St. Anthony Hall is actively involved in collegiate affairs, conducting educational, charitable, and literary activities internally, as well as within the Trinity community. We endow the St. Anthony Professorship in Art History and annual prizes for Trinity students in athletics and community service. We also sponsors the Clement lecture, an annual public lecture named for distinguished Trinity alumnus and Hall member, Martin W. Clement, class of 1901.
Our community involvement spans back to the chapter’s founding. Notable initiatives include leading efforts to establish the Trinity Alumni Association in the 1920s, as well as the 1937 founding of the college’s longest continuing popular performance group, the Trinity Pipes. St. Anthony Hall members have served and continue to serve the college as members of the faculty and the administration, while our current undergraduates are involved in numerous college academic, artistic, student government, and athletic pursuits.