Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Photo Essay: Touring Trinity College

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The 1933 Gothic style Trinity College Chapel stands out on campus. 

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Inside the chapel, tour guide Jacqueline Bosa, right, tells a tour group about the historic building.
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The front of the chapel.

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The organ in the main chapel at Trinity College contains nearly 5,000 pipes.

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The Long Walk passes the Gothic building that both houses students and contains classroom and office space.
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Jacqueline Busa, a student at Trinity and a college tour guide, talks with a group inside Mather Hall, the main dining facility on campus, while Emily Bland, a first-year student and tour guide, listens.
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A statue of Bishop Thomas Church Brownell, a founder of Trinity College, is a focal point on campus. 
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The Roy Nutt Building is designed to look like the periodic table of elements.

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Tour guide Jacqueline Busa addresses a group of visitors at Trinity College.

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Snow blankets the Trinity College campus.
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Austin Arts Center at Trinity College.
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The sun sets on the Trinity College campus in Hartford.
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Trinity College Chapel.
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