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Theatre back on-stage with physical audience following virtual semesters

Theatre back on-stage with physical audience following virtual semesters

"365 Days/365 Plays,” directed by professor Kyle Gillett, comes to stage on Oct. 1
Ayden Smith, Arts Reporter September 23, 2021

Rachel Joseph, associate professor for theatre, is directing the department’s second show of the fall semester, “Silent Retreat.” In preparing for this upcoming show, Joseph has not forgotten the...

From left to right: Students Tucker Craft, Jack Maxwell, and Logan Martinez view seal display

Student-written labels featured at San Antonio Museum of Art

Labels were written by students of the art history course This Is America
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist September 23, 2021

Ever notice museum tags at the San Antonio Museum of Art written by your peers when walking through the galleries? During spring 2020 and 2021, Trinity students enrolled in the art history course “This...

Self-portrait photography by Mari Hernandez open at Neidorff Art Gallery

Self-portrait photography by Mari Hernandez open at Neidorff Art Gallery

San Antonio artist explores story of Mexican-American experience and identity
September 16, 2021

From Sept. 9 to Nov. 6, the work of San Antonio based artist Mari Hernandez will be exhibited in a solo show titled, “Figments of Truth.” “Figments of Truth” is an installation that addresses the...

Tell Everyone: The Poignancy of 2021s  Candyman

Tell Everyone: The Poignancy of 2021’s “Candyman”

Candyman film expertly combines horror and social commentary
Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist September 16, 2021

It’s been almost a year since I wrote my first piece on the film “Candyman” from 1992, in which I argued that it was much more than just the Bloody Mary-esque slasher movie that many people perceive...

Exploring the early-2000s roots of todays indie-pop

Exploring the early-2000s roots of today’s indie-pop

Iconic sounds from early 2000s pop-rock have found a home in Gen-Z's playlists and music
Ayden Smith, Arts Reporter September 9, 2021

What we listen to, watch and spend time doing shapes us in both big and small ways. Artists of all different types both intentionally and unintentionally wear their influences on their sleeve, and some...

Photograps from Charlie Morriss BLOODshotbloodSHOT

Artist Spotlight: Current events through the lens of Charlie Morris

University professor's photography project selected to be featured in Luxembourg exhibition
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist September 9, 2021

I sat down with Charlie Morris, mixed media artist and adjunct professor in the art and art history department, to talk about his recent work. Morris’s photography project, BLOODshotbloodSHOT, shot in...

The orchestras string players rehearse inside and within six feet of each other for the first time since the pandemic.

Play it by ear: Choir and orchestra adjust to COVID updates

Simultaneous high vaccination rates and new strains cause more changes in rehearsal protocol
Jordyn Guzman, Arts reporter September 9, 2021

With the most difficult part of the pandemic behind them, Trinity’s choral groups and orchestra have done what they can to start their first semester off strong here on campus. Protocols, although not...

Company founded by theatre students to compete for Stumberg grand prize

Company founded by theatre students to compete for Stumberg grand prize

The trio will continue their research over the summer with a stipend
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief May 3, 2021

The Stumberg New Venture Competition, open to students of any year or major, is entering its “Summer Accelerator” phase after five finalists were selected to move on. One of the finalists is New Works...

Egress exhibition now live

‘Egress’ exhibition now live

Senior students tackle current events through their art
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist May 1, 2021

Trinity University’s annual Senior Art Major Exhibition is here. This year’s exhibition, titled Egress, bids farewell to six senior art majors by showcasing their best work on campus. Senior art majors...

Falafel — the inexpensive, crunchy crowd pleaser

Falafel — the inexpensive, crunchy crowd pleaser

A recipe for carnivores and herbivores alike
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist April 28, 2021

Say goodbye to dense dough balls; this falafel recipe includes fresh ingredients you can purchase on a budget. Plus, you can make your falafels as spicy and as big or small as you want. I always whip up...

Student art spotlight: Stella Luck

Student art spotlight: Stella Luck

The senior will be featuring 4-5 of her pieces in TU's annual art exhibition
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist April 24, 2021

Stella Luck, senior studio art and Spanish double major, has been creating art via different mediums since a very young age. Currently, Luck is working on making pieces with a technique called tufting....

Kirsteine Victoriano (left), Julissa Ramirez (middle) and Joelle MacDonlad (right) practice their show.

Theatre students put on performance of ‘Bags’

Directed by senior Kathleen Arbogast, the show involved a small cast of 3 actors
Savannah Wahlgren, Arts Editor April 21, 2021

This past weekend, three actors took to the stage in Trinity’s Attic Theater to put on a production of Anne V. McGravie’s one-act play, Bags. Set in 1980’s Northern Ireland during a time of intense...

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