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The team competing in their recent SCAC competition

How TU Gaming became a community

Hint: it involves Super Smash Bros.
Madison Haxton, Reporting Intern April 28, 2022

TU Gaming started out pretty simply. A small group of Trinity students came together in 2008 to play games, relax and catch up with each other. Over the years, the club developed in order to accommodate...

2022 Senior art major exhibition Recomposition

2022 Senior art major exhibition “Recomposition”

“Recomposition” highlights the importance of being together and how we affect one another
Ayden Smith, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 28, 2022

The Art and Art History Department’s annual senior art major exhibition, titled “Recomposition,” opened on Thursday, April 21 in the Michael and Noémi Neidorff Art Gallery. Eight students — Jay...

Immersive theater group visits Trinity

Immersive theater group visits Trinity

Third Rail Projects explores the boundaries of theater
Ashley Allen, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 28, 2022

Third Rail Projects, a group based out of New York that creates site-specific, immersive and experiential performances, visited Trinity University’s campus from April 22 through 30. The group hosted...

Album review: Peach Pit’s “From 2 to 3”

Album review: Peach Pit’s “From 2 to 3”

The Canadian band’s newest release is comprised of easy listening alternative pop tracks
Ashley Allen, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 21, 2022

Peach Pit’s music seamlessly combines satisfying instrumental sounds with mostly gloomy, drug-ridden narrative lyrics. The alternative indie-pop band from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is fairly...

Members of Loon E. Crew practice ahead of their Saturday performance.

Loon-E Crew’s annual showcase returns to Trinity

This year, the team is more excited than ever to perform
Madison Haxton, Reporting Intern April 21, 2022

Loon-E Crew is hosting its first in-person show since 2019 on Saturday, April 23 at 7 p.m. in Laurie Auditorium. The members of Trinity’s only hip-hop dance team have put on annual dance exhibitions...

Finishing the semester poetically

Finishing the semester poetically

Ways to get involved in National Poetry Month even if you’re busy or inexperienced
Katy Browne, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 21, 2022

April marks National Poetry Month, a celebration of poetry introduced in 1996 by the Academy of American Poets. Trinity students going about Coates Library may have already noticed a small curated shelf...

Dont enter The Bubble

Don’t enter “The Bubble”

Judd Apatow's latest comedy lacks any actual comedy
Om Dighe, Arts Columnist April 21, 2022

“The Bubble” is the latest film from Judd Apatow, who previously wrote and directed “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” “Knocked Up” and “Funny People.” The Netflix movie follows the cast and crew...

Elon Musk speaks out about social media and the freedom of speech

Elon Musk speaks out about social media and the freedom of speech

After purchasing 9.2% of Twitter shares, Musk offered the company $43 billion to enact a shareholder rights plan
Ayden Smith, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 21, 2022

Billionaire businessman Elon Musk now owns a significant piece of social media giant Twitter. On April 1, he secured 9.2% of the company’s stock, officially making Musk the largest shareholder after...

The Wizard playing live at KRTUs Indie Showcase at the Lighthouse Lounge

KRTU Indie Overnight showcase highlights three local bands

Trinity’s independent radio station hosts showcase at local bar
Ashley Allen, Arts reporter April 14, 2022

Sauntering through thick wafts of cigarette smoke in the parking lot on the late evening of April 2, I made my way through the doors of The Lighthouse Neighborhood Lounge near Woodlawn Lake. As this was...

Not all press is good press

Not all press is good press

The 2022 Oscars slap raised attention, but not in a good way
Madison Haxton, Reporting Intern April 14, 2022

The infamous Will Smith slap put the 2022 Oscars back on the map for many people. The real question is: is that a good thing? Unfortunately, I think we already know the answer. As sensational and surprising...

Art and Intersectionality event expresses students’ multifaceted identities

Art and Intersectionality event expresses students’ multifaceted identities

Trinity Diversity Connection’s kicked off the university’s Diversity Week by inviting students to learn about identity and intersectionality
Ayden Smith, Arts and Entertainment Reporter April 14, 2022

To begin the university’s Diversity Week, Trinity Diversity Connection (TDC) hosted an Art and Intersectionality Day in the Fiesta Room where students were invited to decorate tote bags. Using patches,...

“X” is an VII out of X

“X” is an VII out of X

Ti West’s newest slasher kills
Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist April 14, 2022

“X” is a slasher film from director Ti West, and it stars Mia Goth, Jenna Ortega, Martin Henderson, Brittany Snow and Scott Mescudi. The film takes place in Texas in the late ‘70s, and it follows...

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