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Media attempts to transition toward body acceptance

Media attempts to transition toward body acceptance

New films spread positive body messages, changing ideas of the ‘perfect body’
Eve Slemp, Arts & Entertainment Editor January 25, 2024

Every day after school once the digital clock on my stovetop struck 3 p.m., I’d rush to my living room, curl up on my cozy couch and eagerly wait to hear, “I know / You see / Somehow, the world will...

Dylan Lee poses in her photo shoot promoting the release of her debut EP Bittersweet

Singer-songwriter with southern spunk

Dylan Lee on her debut EP “Bittersweet”
Aubrey Jackson, Arts & Entertainment Reporter January 25, 2024

When Dylan Lee entered a songwriting competition in August of 2023, she had no idea she would release “Bittersweet,” her debut extended play (EP), in November of that same year. Megan Stauffer, who...

The Death of the DC Extended Universe

The Death of the DC Extended Universe

With the release of “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom,” it’s finally time to mourn the DC Extended Universe
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist January 25, 2024

James Wan’s “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” is the 15th and final installment of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU), and it’s safe to say that the franchise has ended in the same way that it started...

Students observe Eleanor Perriers artwork at the MINI art exhibition.

Student artists make their mark in this year’s MINI

Exhibit allows student artists to display art to public and connect with local artists
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter January 25, 2024

Last week, Trinity’s department of art held its annual MINI, an exhibition of artwork created by Trinity students in the Jim and Janet Dicke Art Building. The gallery allowed the students to display...

Sophomore Olive Irons sets up anime paintings for TU Arts Festival

The Fall Art Market is bigger and better than ever

The first Autumn Festival of the Arts has made the annual Fall Art Market one of its biggest events
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter November 9, 2023

Last Friday, the Trinity Art Collective (TAC) put on a Fall Art Market where student artists sold their wares to students, faculty and staff. This semester’s Fall Art Market was the biggest one yet,...

A new tradition: Trinity Autumn Festival of the Arts

A new tradition: Trinity Autumn Festival of the Arts

First TAFA highlights arts of various forms from Trinity students and alumni
Aubrey Jackson, Arts & Entertainment Reporter November 9, 2023

The first annual Trinity Autumn Festival of the Arts (TAFA) marks an effort to highlight art and creativity on campus this semester. Events of all sorts—stage productions, visual art exhibits, concerts,...

Female rage: A force to be reckoned with

Female rage: A force to be reckoned with

Women across media are elevating the portrayal of the range of female emotion
Rachel Oliver, Managing Editor November 2, 2023

Actresses like Mia Goth and Florence Pugh have recently been all the rage … female rage, that is. With movies like “X” and “Pearl,” “Don’t Worry Darling” and “Midsommar,” contemporary...

My most anticipated albums for the remainder of 2023

My most anticipated albums for the remainder of 2023

The year is far from over for hip-hop
Blake Bryan, Arts & Entertainment Reporter November 2, 2023

2023 has been an admirable year for rap music, especially in the more abstract and experimental realm of the genre. “Maps” by Billy Woods and Kenny Segal is probably my favorite release thus far, followed...

Domont debuts with the gripping and powerful “Fair Play”

Domont debuts with the gripping and powerful “Fair Play”

Chloe Domont delivers a fantastically written, directed and acted thriller about gender roles
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist November 2, 2023

“Fair Play” is a psychological thriller from writer/director Chloe Domont in her directorial debut. The film follows Emily and Luke, a recently engaged couple who keep their relationship hidden from...

Rocky Horror Show cast rehearsing.
Photo By Fredric Marmolejo

Consent and campiness: Reimagining “Rocky Horror”

Preserving integral themes in TUPS’ modern adaptation of a cult classic
Aubrey Jackson, Arts & Entertainment Reporter October 27, 2023

Trinity University Players (TUPS) joins thousands of casts nationwide in the tradition of reenacting the film “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” this Friday and Saturday. Made in 1975, “Rocky Horror”...

Westside Gunn’s newest is a messy but worthy rap entry

Westside Gunn’s newest is a messy but worthy rap entry

The Buffalo MC’s “final” album serves as a respectable send-off to this chapter of his career
Blake Bryan, Arts & Entertainment Reporter October 27, 2023

Independent hip-hop label Griselda Records has held a major stake in the underground throughout the last decade. Known for raw street tales spat over simultaneously grimy and luxurious productions, Griselda’s...

Scorsese’s latest is nearly perfect despite runtime

Scorsese’s latest is nearly perfect despite runtime

Scorsese returns with a tragic depiction of a dark time in American history
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist October 27, 2023

“Killers of the Flower Moon” is an epic Western crime drama from the legendary Martin Scorsese. Based on David Grann’s nonfiction book of the same name, the story follows a string of murders of the...

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