Contact the Tripod
General inquiries may be submitted by email to email@example.com, including comments and feedback on stories, suggestions for ideas, and letters to the editor or opinion articles. News tips may also be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Story ideas and news tips may also be submitted via our online form here.
You can also post correspondence or letters to the Tripod at the following address:
The Trinity Tripod, ATTN: Brendan W. Clark ’21, Editor-in-Chief, Box 702582, 300 Summit Street, Hartford, CT 06106.
The Tripod newsroom can be reached at 860.297.2584.
Advertising Opportunities and Policies
The Tripod is pleased to offer advertisers with an opportunity to place advertisements in our weekly print issues and on our website. The Tripod has a page of classified advertisements, located here, where advertisers can post their products and services.
For inquiries on how to advertise in our newspaper or on our website, please email our Business Manager at email@example.com. Advertisers can also direct inquiries regarding rate adjustments, determined on a case-by-case basis, to our Editor-in-Chief at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the convenience of our advertisers, we have posted our rate card below. On-campus organizations and non-profits may be eligible for reduced rates and should refer to the rate card for pricing or contact our Business Manager with questions.
NB: the rate card is updated on a semesterly basis and the below information may not be current. A current rate card can be obtained from the Tripod‘s Business Manager.
Business checks for advertisements should be made payable to the Trinity Tripod and cash will not be accepted.
The Tripod acknowledges that errors will appear in its content and knows that mistakes may occur. To report corrections, please email email@example.com. Please bear in mind that the Tripod only accepts corrections of factual errors and, as a matter of course, will not change articles because of concerns over depiction or portrayal.
The Tripod understands that corrections deal strictly with spelling errors, errors in names and dates, and other minor content errors. Corrections will appear on page two of the next regular print edition and the inaccuracy will be included with the article on the Tripod website.
For additional information on our corrections policy and to make a request for a retraction or other removal due to a reputation-based concern, please consult our Website Retention and Article Removal or Retraction Policies here.