Letter from the Trinity Quest Liaison
Two hours away from New York City or Boston, you’ll find Trinity College in Hartford, CT. It’s a small liberal arts college with about 2,230 students, just the right size for being more than a face or body on campus.
My name is Salima Etoka and I am from Boise, ID. I am a sophomore at Trinity and the Quest Liaison for the 2012-2013 year. I am very excited to have this position and the opportunity to introduce you to the Trinity community. Whether you’re watching a movie at Cinestudio (our on-campus movie theater), doing homework in the top level of the library with the view of downtown Hartford, or admiring the collegiate gothic architecture found on the Long Walk, you’ll feel like you’re part of something great. I came to Trinity without ever having visited but I love how I have been able to make friends, take awesome classes with some of the greatest professors and find ways to be involved on campus… sometimes too involved.
Our Quest Scholars Network chapter at Trinity is fantastic. We help students during move-in days and as they transition to college. We have bi-weekly meetings where we discussed community service opportunities and catch up with what other Scholars are doing. For example, this past year, I turned 18 years old. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to go home and instead, the Quest Scholars helped me celebrate it. So while we focus on doing community service as a group on campus and in the Hartford community, we also serve as a support network for each other.
Salima Etoka, Trinity '15
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