Follow-up: Trinity Theatre for Social Change

In late September, I watched the first showing of this semester’s Theatre for Social Change project. This is an ongoing project by Roberto Prestigiacomo,...

Behind the Big Red Curtain: An inside look at “Into the...

The theatre department debuted "Into the Woods" last Friday, but preparation for this semester's mainstage show has been ongoing since auditions were held in...

Pop art history: Peggy Phelan speaks on Andy Warhol

Students, faculty, staff and assorted lecture attendees filled every seat and parts of the floor within the Chapman Great Hall the evening of Nov....

‘Tis the season to give the merry gift of art

Getting through the holiday season as a college student is complicated. Once finals are over, I find it hard to think about anything than...

Trinity prepares for traditional holiday concerts

Though our thermometers might not show it, the Yuletide season is upon us and it is high time for some cozy Christmas music to...

International choir performs Chinese folk music

The International Arts Vocal Recital held in Ruth Taylor Recital Hall showcased how vocal performances are capable of telling stories and immersing audiences in...

Final Lennox Lecture explores ancient Egypt

Molly Swetnam-Burland, associate professor of classical studies at the College of William and Mary, closed out the 2017 Lennox Seminar lecture series on Nov....

Lion-Hunting, Water and Flowers: Tim Whitmarsh lectures on Greek literature

The latest of this year's Lennox Seminar lecture series brought another lauded speaker from the University of Cambridge to Trinity. On Monday, Nov. 6,...