About The Mill
What is the Mill?
The Mill is a diverse group of creative students committed to enhancing the social climate at Trinity College. As a group representing the myriad of social niches on campus, we actively seek new opportunities to promote themes of creativity, innovation and passion. The goal is to unify a vibrant and eclectic student body and improve social culture by fostering the student arts. As a venue, theMill enables creative expression, artistic collaboration and innovative thought.
Where is the Mill?
We’re located at 79 Vernon St., Hartford CT, at Trinity College. We are next to the Psi Upsilon fraternity house and across the street from the Campus Safety office.
How can I get involved in The Mill?
Come to one of our meetings! We have General Body Meetings every Thursday at 6:00 PM. Each of our committees meets at least once per week as well…
Music/Programming: Sundays at 8pm
Visual Arts: after general meeting on Thursdays
Community Involvement: TBA
Executive Board: Sundays at 2pm
What kind of programming does the Mill put on?
The Mill throws all kinds of sick events that are open to all! We thrown open-mics, gallery openings, and acapella concerts to showcase the works of Trinity College students. We have a weekly film series, and we also bring in bands from all over to perform in our venue space (or sometimes in our backyard).
Some acts that have performed at The Mill are…
Theophilus London, Flosstradamus, RJD2, Zion-I, Wet Bandits, Sleigh Bells, Body Language, Rumspringa, Savoir Adore, Das Racist, Yes Giantess, Brahms, Fang Island, Boy Crisis, Bear Hands, Cale Parks, Papa, Cut Off Your Hands, Big Digits, and Darwin Deez
Who can I contact about getting involved with The Mill?
You can shoot an e-mail to anyone on our Executive Board!
- President: Nellie Laskow
- House Manager: Ashish Adikhari
- Venue Manager: Vince Novelli
- Art Gallery Manager: Alex Meredith
- Magazine Editor: John Downes-Angus
- Membership Liason: Ellie Anderson
- Treasurer: Sean Mansoory
- Secretary: Julia Stein
Who runs the ‘themilltheblog’?
All Mill members are involved in the project, as well as a number of featured contributors. Each contributor has a link in the blog’s sidebar to all of their posts. If you are a Mill member and would like to write for a blog, of if you’d just like to contact the webmaster, send an email to email@example.com.