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Queer coding of American classic horror films

Savannah Wahlgren October 28, 2020

illustration by Kate NuelleWhen modern audiences look back on classic horror movies, there’s a general consensus that these films are no longer scary. It makes sense when the horror films of today...

Josh Rea, Jordan Frederick. Photo by Claire Sammons

Acting with your body: how theatre classes adapt to face masks

Savannah Wahlgren September 30, 2020

photos by Claire SammonsAll classes at Trinity have had to undergo changes to adapt to the new safety requirements put in place due to COVID-19. For many, this resulted in switching to an online curriculum...

The cast gathers to record voice-overs Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

Cast of “Gaia” embraces masks in performances

Savannah Wahlgren September 22, 2020

photo by Kate Nuelle“The first day of rehearsal, we were told that theatre is live; this is not live, so this, what we are doing here, is not theatre,” said sophomore Nathan Mihalski.On a fundamental...

TUPS’ First Years Putting on Theatre prepares for a virtual shows

Savannah Wahlgren September 16, 2020

One of the major traditions of the Trinity University Players (TUPS) is their annual show First Years Putting on Theatre (FYPOT). Production for this event starts at the end of the spring semester when...

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Life lessons learned from inside a psych ward

Savannah Wahlgren September 9, 2020

Trigger warning for suicide, self-harm and eating disordersI’ve found that most people have an extremely inaccurate idea of what life inside a psychiatric hospital looks like. People think that...

Art doesnt have to perfect: some thoughts from a non-artist

Art doesn’t have to perfect: some thoughts from a non-artist

Savannah Wahlgren September 9, 2020

I’ve never considered myself a particularly creative or artistic person. I’ve played flute for eight years and even went to a performing arts high school, but I personally don’t feel like that makes...

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SPB accommodates remote learning for Welcome Week

Savannah Wahlgren August 27, 2020

Illustration by Gracen Hoyle Each year at Trinity is kicked off with the Student Programming Board’s (SPB) Welcome Week events. As with all things, though, the COVID-19 pandemic has heavily impacted...

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Disney’s first openly gay character isn’t the step forward people think it is

Savannah Wahlgren April 9, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutDisney recently announced its first openly gay character. A minor character in their new movie “Onward," a cop makes a reference to her girlfriend’s child in a...

Left to Right:  Ari Fletcher-Bai, Robin Bisset, Thomas Johnson

Write on! Students create space for aspiring authors

Savannah Wahlgren February 27, 2020

Photo by Kate NuelleSeniors Ari Fletcher-Bai and Robin Bissett recently started holding an hour-long writing session in the Tiger Learning Commons at 7 p.m. on Mondays. Both creative writing minors, Fletcher-Bai...

Stage lighting class enlightens its students

Stage lighting class enlightens its students

Savannah Wahlgren February 20, 2020

Photo by Jordan BruceMore goes into a theatre production than just rehearsing lines and scenes. There are people working on costumes, the set, sound and lights. These aspects of the show are behind and...

SOLI plays the stories of many in concert

Savannah Wahlgren February 13, 2020

photo by Martina AlmeidaFor the past 25 years, the chamber ensemble SOLI has sought to share music by 20th- and 21st-century composers with not only those in San Antonio but with audiences from across...

Danza plans to foster community and culture

Danza plans to foster community and culture

Savannah Wahlgren January 30, 2020

Photo provided Amy PlatterDanza is Trinity’s new Latin dance group that began this semester. The group’s creators, Amy Platter and Cannon Wilson, are both sophomores who wanted to create a...

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