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Artistic restrictions and why they’re great

Dylan Wagner April 21, 2017

Artistic creation is a messy process. It's a neat process. It requires inspiration. It requires perspiration. Anyone who claims to create artistic content has, and is allowed to have, their own opinion...

Philosophy professor discusses aesthetic value of television

Dylan Wagner March 31, 2017

While my interview with Dr. Heller was more focused on the role of music on college students both on campus and after graduation, my discussion with Dr. Kania turned to complex, abstract philosophical...

Music notes: department chair discusses art, education

Dylan Wagner March 31, 2017

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to interview professor David Heller. Heller, among other things, is a renowned organist and head of the music department here at Trinity and kindly agreed to an...

Electronic Erosions

Electronic Erosions

Dylan Wagner March 2, 2017

I won't bury the lede, thanks to the probably cryptic : this tiny article is about the morality of downloading content, specifically music, illegally. Per Trinity rules, I of course do not pirate music....

“Presidency: Trump” borrows from reality

Dylan Wagner February 9, 2017

The hit political satire airing on almost every network reaches further than most using brilliantly timed outrage I was excited to see the pilot of "Presidency: Trump" just so I could see it drop...

Baan Esaan: North Thai food done right and now it's gone

Baan Esaan: North Thai food done right and now it’s gone

Dylan Wagner September 30, 2016

Last Friday, my friend and Trinitonian alum Kim Nguyen took me to eat North Thai cuisine, a type of food I knew nothing about. I had no idea I was about to consume one of the most delicious combinations...

Streaming service free-for-all: which one will win and which is the best for you?

Streaming service free-for-all: which one will win and which is the best for you?

Dylan Wagner September 15, 2016

Online content streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Video are situated to control what the future of media streaming looks like, and they are all making different choices on how their particular...

A look at the creator behind

A look at the creator behind “Obstacle”

Dylan Wagner September 10, 2016

Debuting from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sept. 7, Swedish artist  Patrik Elgstrà¶m brings "Obstacle," his black-and-white photographic journey of Berlin, to the Michael and Noemi Neidorff Art Gallery located...

Trinity student's fast food rap defends Texas classic Whataburger against In-N-Out Burger

Trinity student’s fast food rap defends Texas classic Whataburger against In-N-Out Burger

Dylan Wagner September 10, 2016

After sophomore Isaiah Specks' became Twitter-famous and a Trinity legend with his pro-Whataburger/anti-In-N--Out rap, I had to get the real story on how one of our fellow students made such a splash....

A look at the creator behind

A look at the creator behind “Obstacle”

Dylan Wagner September 10, 2016

Debuting from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sept. 7, Swedish artist  Patrik Elgstrà¶m brings "Obstacle," his black-and-white photographic journey of Berlin, to the Michael and Noemi Neidorff Art Gallery located...

Dylan's game of the summer:

Dylan’s game of the summer: “Overwatch” is the real MVP

Dylan Wagner August 26, 2016

While there was no shortage of video game releases this summer"”"No Man's Sky" and "The Witness" come to mind "” my easy pick for game of the summer is Blizzard's highly anticipated "Overwatch."...

Sci-fi and art: Thoughts from a man of art

Dylan Wagner April 8, 2016

Science fiction and its artistic value has long been a hot topic of discussion in academia and dorm rooms alike. Are sci-fi films art? Can sci-fi novels ever achieve the status of "literature"? Have...

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