Time for the Yuletide at Vespers

Time for the Yuletide at Vespers

Rafaela Brenner November 29, 2018

With the advent of the Holiday Season, Trinity University’s oldest tradition is just around the corner: on Sunday, Dec. 2, the annual Christmas Vespers service will be held at Trinity’s Margarite...

Photo credit: Kaitlyn Curry

Crimes of Grindelwald: a beauty or a beast of a film?

Rafaela Brenner November 29, 2018

Is it a crime to enjoy the newest installment in the Harry Potter franchise, “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”? This question may be on your mind, moviegoer, if you’ve already...

Jazz Ensemble’s fall concert livens up Ruth Taylor Recital Hall

Rafaela Brenner November 15, 2018

Trinity University’s Jazz Ensemble gathered in Ruth Taylor Recital Hall this past Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 7:30 p.m., to put on a set of both jazz combos and big band pieces for their annual fall concert,...

Photo credit: Kaitlyn Curry

Strike the FilmStruck iron while it’s hot

Rafaela Brenner November 14, 2018

A sad day is soon to come for movie buffs: on Nov. 29, 2018, the film-streaming subscription service FilmStruck will be discontinued due to the decision by WarnerMedia — recently merged with AT&T...

Witching hour: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina brews a fun TV potion

Witching hour: “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” brews a fun TV potion

Rafaela Brenner November 8, 2018

Now that Halloween is past, we’ve all hopefully made it through the spooky season unscathed. My wish is that you’ll be able to say the same about the first season of Netflix’s recently...

Come home to Fun Home

Come home to “Fun Home”

Rafaela Brenner November 5, 2018

I was lucky enough to see “Fun Home,” the currently running production at The Public Theater of San Antonio this season. This production — deftly directed by Molly Cox — was my...

Mabuhay comes to Laurie Auditorium to celebrate Filipino heritage

Mabuhay comes to Laurie Auditorium to celebrate Filipino heritage

Rafaela Brenner October 26, 2018

What does your ideal weekend night out look like? If it includes food, dancing and a whole lot of spectacle, this upcoming Saturday is your lucky day. On Oct. 27 at 7 p.m., Trinity’s Filipino Student...

Photo credit: Genevieve Humphreys

Collaged Campus: A Focus on Club Lib

Rafaela Brenner October 19, 2018

Coates Library offers numerous resources to Trinity’s campus, but books and other print sources aren’t the only types of media that wait to be explored as you walk in. With many of works of...

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What the fork? And other ethical issues

Rafaela Brenner October 19, 2018

Feeling stressed after taking that midterm? Did that horror movie shake you to your core? No problem: the time has come again to purge all fear from your mind and fall back on an amusing rerun of "Friends,"...

Black Dove singing in the dead of night

“Black Dove” singing in the dead of night

Rafaela Brenner October 4, 2018

This past Friday evening, award-winning writer and activist Ana Castillo gave a reading from a selection of her latest work at Ruth Taylor Recital Hall to members of the public. The reading was organized...

Chancie Calliham (center) and other members of Loon E Crew Photo credit: Elizabeth Nelson

Are we Tiger or are we dancer?

Rafaela Brenner September 24, 2018

Whether you’re an experienced dancer or you’ve got two left feet, the student dance organizations on campus provide plenty of opportunities to bust a move or see an energetic performance. You’ve...

Kerry Madden, Lamonte Brooks, Ren Hill, Mac Holt, Nabeel Gaber

Say “yes, and…” to student improv group Buddy Buddy

Rafaela Brenner September 23, 2018

For the average Trinity student, the day can, at moments, feel overly structured by classes, jobs and extracurriculars, to name just a few items that might be on your Google Calendar. But if you’ve...

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