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Don’t Worry, Darling — it’s just publicity... isn’t it?

Don’t Worry, Darling — it’s just publicity… isn’t it?

Olivia Wilde’s film under fire after the release of a clip starring Harry Styles and Florence Pugh
Madison Haxton, Art and Entertainment Reporter September 8, 2022

Internationally renowned English singer-songwriter Harry Styles is not particularly known for his acting prowess. Though he performed well in Christopher Nolan’s 2017 award-winning film “Dunkirk,”...

Jordan Peele’s new “Nope” is a resounding yup for us

Jordan Peele’s new “Nope” is a resounding yup for us

Why his third project, a new science-fiction horror film, is his best directorial outing to date
Om Dighe, Arts and Entertainment Reporter September 8, 2022

“Nope” is a neo-Western, science fiction horror film from writer-director Jordan Peele. The film stars Daniel Kaluuya (“Judas and the Black Messiah”), Keke Palmer (“Turnt Up with the Taylors”),...

Tapestries on display at the Centro de Artes Gallery

A duality of worlds: The Centro de Artes’ current exhibits

Hernandez and Montelongo are sharing their Latinx experiences in the U.S. through artwork
Spencer Schyma, Arts & Entertainment Reporter September 8, 2022

On the eastern corner of the Historic Market Square downtown sits the Centro de Artes, a beautiful two-story art gallery that dedicates itself to sharing the Latin American experience through Latino artists...

Illustration by Michaela Bosco

Scamilton: Lin-Manuel Miranda says no to this

South Texas church faces charges after illegal reproduction of hit musical “Hamilton”
Abigail Hernandez, Arts and Entertainment Reporter September 1, 2022

The Door Christian Fellowship Ministries is currently under fire for staging and performing two unauthorized productions of the hit musical “Hamilton.” The production altered the original script to...

The true horror of “Men”

The true horror of “Men”

Does Alex Garland’s latest feature actually say anything of merit?
Om Dighe, Arts and Entertainment Reporter September 1, 2022

“Men” is a 2022 folk horror film from director Alex Garland (“Ex Machina,” “Annihilation”) that explores the horrors of toxic masculinity and abuse. The film follows a woman named Harper (played...

Creating diversity in “The Rings of Power”

Creating diversity in “The Rings of Power”

Concerning hobbits, history and actors of color
Ava Peinhardt and Madison Haxton, Reporters September 1, 2022

“The Lord of the Rings” has long been well-known for its expansive setting, lovable characters and incomparable story. Originally written by J.R.R. Tolkien in the mid-twentieth century, the novels...

Tea Gardens

Free things to do when you’re bored in San Antonio

Places and events to spend your time but not your money
Spencer Schyma, Arts & Entertainment Reporter September 1, 2022

Do you want to find ways to enjoy San Antonio but you have little to no money in that mangled college bank account? We’ve got you covered. Here are some places and events that cost nothing, plus...

Isa Grimsinger is a student worker at CELCS.

“Find your direction” with CELCS

Exploring the opportunities offered by Trinity’s Center for Experiential Learning and Career Success
Angelina D'Elia, Arts and Entertainment Editor September 1, 2022

As another busy semester begins, resources and departments across campus are reaching out to new and returning students alike. One such office with a lot to offer is the Center for Experiential Learning...

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 2018 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...

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