The Trinity Tripod

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The Trinity Tripod
The cover of the first issue of The Trinity Tripod
Type Weekly student newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Trinity College
Editor Madeline Baum and Erica Bertoli
Founded 1904
Headquarters Jackson Dormitory
Trinity College
Hartford, Connecticut
United States

The Trinity Tripod is the primary student newspaper of Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Since 2006, the Tripod has been arranged with five sections, in order, News, Opinions, Features, Arts and Sports. Each of those sections has two co-editors. A typical issue of the Tripod has 24 pages, and is published weekly on Tuesdays, when classes are in session.


The Trinity Tripod was first published by the students of Trinity College in 1904. The newspaper is an affiliate of UWIRE,[1] which distributes and promotes its content to their network.


Famous alumni include syndicated columnist George F. Will 1962, Jim Murray 1943, and reporter William K. Marimow 1969 – all Pulitzer Prize winners.


  1. ^ [1] Archived February 15, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.

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