Trinity is making a step in the right direction, in regards to campus facilities. For one, the library is fantastic. There are plenty of places to study with a variety of sweeping, panoramic views of campus. There is also a study lounge encircling a large fireplace for the winter. In the basement is the computer lounge, and the librarians are eager to help you whenever and however they can. The movie theater is in a converted play-theater, with dual levels and red curtain and all. It is definitely an experience; although for those who prefer less arthouse-type flicks, Crown Palace Theater is a five-minute drive away. The gym does not have enough treadmills, but the rest of the equipment is more or less up-to-date.
Overall, Trinity's facilities are indicative of just how small this school really is. Don't expect any big university-type efficiency here. Buildings are definitely designed for aesthetics as well as for a particular use. There may not be an official student center at Trinity, but in a sense, students would argue that the whole campus is our student center. Living at Trinity, you don't feel as though you are one person living in a huge complex; rather, you feel like one big family living in a really big house.