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Paige Carlisle

Paige Carlisle is a Trinity senior and a staff reporter for The Chronicle.


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Jerome Lynch has served as the Donald Malloure Department Chair of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Michigan since 2017.
NEWS  |  UNIVERSITY

Incoming Pratt dean Jerome Lynch to 'prepare future thought leaders' through diversity, interdisciplinary initiatives

For Jerome Lynch, incoming Vinik dean of the Pratt School of Engineering, "technology is just one part of the solution set" when it comes to solving the real-world problems with which engineers are faced. Whether in the classroom or through extracurriculars, Lynch "definitely [wants] those experiences to reaffirm [students'] interest in engineering.”


Anthony Fauci spoke about the COVID-19 vaccination effort in a Feb. 10 talk.
NEWS  |  HEALTH SCIENCE

Fauci says pandemic could improve by March or April, discusses contradicting Trump

Fauci and David Rubenstein, Trinity ‘70, discussed the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccine distribution at an event that was livestreamed on Youtube. Fauci said the pandemic situation could improve by March or April if Americans continue to wear masks, practice social distancing and avoid congregating. But he also acknowledged the presence of new threats.


NEWS  |  LOCAL NATIONAL

Survivors of Greensboro Massacre recall its impact, their paths to activism

Survivors of the 1979 Greensboro Massacre spoke about their experiences at Duke as inspiration for their activism during a Tuesday event hosted by the Trent Center for Bioethics, Humanities and History of Medicine. Rosalyn Pelles, former executive director of the North Carolina NAACP, moderated the talk, titled “Remembering a 1979 Moral Moment: Medical Activists, Racial Justice and Confronting the KKK”. 


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