Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

Queer coding of American classic horror films

Savannah Wahlgren October 28, 2020
Older filmmakers often turned to queer coding to communicate with their audience
Josh Rea, Jordan Frederick. Photo by Claire Sammons

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

Savannah Wahlgren September 30, 2020
New safety requirements push students taking in-person theatre classes to act with more than just their face
The cast gathers to record voice-overs Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

Cast of “Gaia” embraces masks in performances

Savannah Wahlgren September 22, 2020
Students and faculty involved in production navigate the challenges of performing in face masks

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

Savannah Wahlgren September 16, 2020
TUPS hopes FYPOT helps to replicate sense of community amidst remote learning and social distancing.
Photo credit: Gracen Hoyle

Life lessons learned from inside a psych ward

Savannah Wahlgren September 9, 2020
During my junior year of high school, I spent eight days in a psychiatric hospital. Apart from a new set of coping skills and thought exercises, I managed to learn a few things along the way.
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
Quarantine gave me the chance to create art of my own, and I learned a few things in the process.
Photo credit: Gracen Hoyle

SPB accommodates remote learning for Welcome Week

Savannah Wahlgren August 27, 2020
As Trinity begins its first semester of remote learning, the Student Programming Board hopes to replicate Welcome Week's sense of community through virtual events.
Photo credit: Andrea Nebhut

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

Savannah Wahlgren April 9, 2020
This is just the next logical step forward in the queer coding of monsters and Disney villains.
Left to Right:  Ari Fletcher-Bai, Robin Bisset, Thomas Johnson

Write on! Students create space for aspiring authors

Savannah Wahlgren February 27, 2020
Seniors Ari Fletcher-Bai and Robin Bissett hope to cultivate space for all creative writers
Stage lighting class enlightens its students

Stage lighting class enlightens its students

Savannah Wahlgren February 20, 2020
Department of Theatre shines a light on the backstage of shows

SOLI plays the stories of many in concert

Savannah Wahlgren February 13, 2020
Chamber ensemble brings its program to Trinity to present a variety of different composers’ works
Danza plans to foster community and culture

Danza plans to foster community and culture

Savannah Wahlgren January 30, 2020
Trinity is home to many dance groups, all of which are known for a specific style of dance. Danza hopes to spice things up by bringing Latin dance to the community.

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