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Thinking about the impacts of horror movies

Thinking about the impacts of horror movies

Calliope Izquierdo November 2, 2018

We're in the midst of Halloween season: autumn tones adorn shop windows, inflatable skeletons guard cobwebbed houses, and our collective fears of the political climate may be displaced into fictional...

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Small sounds, big impact

Calliope Izquierdo October 4, 2018

From the first moment the audience enters the theatre, “Small Mouth Sounds,” written by Bess Wohl and directed by Kyle Gillette, presents them with a bearded man wearing an old-timey plaid...

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A look at Sara Cardona’s “This Is Only a Test”

Calliope Izquierdo September 29, 2018

Trinity Art Department and Blue Star Contemporary opened an exhibition of new works by Dallas artist Sara Cardona titled “This Is Only a Test.” In this exhibit, Cardona explores her Mexican heritage...

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Shh… “Small Mouth Sounds” opens

Calliope Izquierdo September 29, 2018

The Theatre department’s first Mainstage production of the year, “Small Mouth Sounds” by Bess Wohl, is simply beyond words — literally. The mostly silent play, directed by Kyle Gillette — assistant...

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Texas-based soft rock band Demitasse set to release their new album

Calliope Izquierdo September 22, 2018

Demitasse’s new album “Powercouple,” coming out next Friday, Sept. 28, presents a wide range of soft acoustic rock that settles into a place of comfort and cheerfulness, despite the issues...

The Mountain Goats romp through San Antonio

The Mountain Goats romp through San Antonio

Calliope Izquierdo September 14, 2018

Indie-rock band The Mountain Goats — headed by John Darnielle — performed at Paper Tiger to an enthusiastic crowd last Friday. The band played a variety of songs, shifting from widely familiar...

A look into graphic narrative courses at Trinity

A look into graphic narrative courses at Trinity

Calliope Izquierdo September 14, 2018

A lot goes into the study of literature and of communication, and both involve studying how different media change and evolve over time, especially as expression moves beyond the written text. That’s...

Catching up with the Trinity Review

Catching up with the Trinity Review

Calliope Izquierdo September 11, 2018

The Trinity Review — Trinity’s student-run literary journal ­— prepares for a lively semester of cultivating students’ creativity through a number of means, whether by encouraging...

Experiencing Dario Robleto's

Experiencing Dario Robleto’s “Ancient Beacons Long for Notice”

Calliope Izquierdo September 5, 2018

The McNay Art Museum presented an exhibition by Houston-based artist Dario Robleto titled “Ancient Beacons Long for Notice,” which will run until Oct. 7. As the title suggests, the exhibit...

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A review of Mitski’s “Be the Cowboy”

Calliope Izquierdo August 31, 2018

In the two weeks since it was released, Mitski’s fifth album “Be the Cowboy” has received enormous acclaim from fans and critics alike. Its serious approach to confronting personal...

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A look into the library’s displays

Calliope Izquierdo August 31, 2018

Upon entering Coates Library, one encounters a small shelf labeled “Discover” standing resolutely by a pillar and displaying books arranged around a specific theme. Ever wonder how...

Of Shakespeare & silence

Of Shakespeare & silence

Calliope Izquierdo August 25, 2018

Whether you’re interested in getting your proverbial hands dirty or you’d just prefer to enjoy an engaging show put on by your peers, students should expect a lively semester for theatre with...

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