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From vampires to bats: “The Batman” review

From vampires to bats: “The Batman” review

Pattinson’s performance as the caped crusader sparkles on the silver screen
Om Dighe, Arts Columnist March 24, 2022

After years of anticipation, “The Batman” is finally here. The film follows the titular Caped Crusader (Robert Pattinson, “The Lighthouse”) who, after two years of fighting crime in Gotham City,...

Texas Chainsaw Massacre let down its predecessor

“Texas Chainsaw Massacre” let down its predecessor

Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist March 18, 2022

Directed by David Blue Garcia and written by Chris Thomas Devlin, Rodo Sayagues and Fede Alvarez, “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” is a sequel to Tobe Hooper’s 1974 classic “The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.”...

OPINION: “Euphoria,” surrealism and the ever-present high school drama

OPINION: “Euphoria,” surrealism and the ever-present high school drama

Katy Browne, Arts and Entertainment Reporter March 17, 2022

If it hadn’t already, HBO’s “Euphoria” undeniably ascended to cultural phenomenon status this season, reportedly having 6.6 million viewers across platforms on finale night. Each week, Twitter...

Album Review: Alt-J’s “The Dream”

Album Review: Alt-J’s “The Dream”

The alternative indie band’s fourth studio album is unsurprisingly full of surprises
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist March 17, 2022

Alt-J is far from being a new band on the block: in fact, their 2012 debut album “An Awesome Wave” won the British Mercury Prize, and their 2014 album “This Is All Yours” was nominated for a Grammy...

Gallery Practicum: Creating space for art

Gallery Practicum: Creating space for art

The Gallery Practicum course encourages students to explore art from a curator’s perspective
Ayden Smith, Arts Reporter March 3, 2022

The Gallery Practicum class meets in a room hidden from the outside (at least to non-art students like myself), within a compound of other art classrooms in Dicke-Smith. The unfortunate meeting time on...

New Works SA Officers

Catching up with New Works SA

Theater non-profit makes strides with community outreach and new musical
Ashley Allen, Arts and Entertainment Reporter March 3, 2022

New Works SA, a San Antonio-based theater non-profit, plans to premiere their newest project, “Girl In The Cocoon,” in July. The company was born in 2019 as the brainchild of Trinity students Wren...

Don’t watch “Don’t Breathe 2”

Don’t watch “Don’t Breathe 2”

Trigger warning: Mentions of sexual assault, forced pregnancy
Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist March 3, 2022

“Don’t Breathe 2” is a 2021 horror film directed by Rodo Sayagues and written by Sayagues and Fede Alvarez. The film once again stars Stephen Lang as the Blind Man, and it follows him as he ventures...

Exhibition Catalogue

Explore “Unreal Paradise” in Neidorff Gallery exhibit

Artist Marnie Weber features over thirty years of artwork in her collage series
Ashley Allen, Arts and Entertainment Reporter February 24, 2022

The collage exhibition “Marnie Weber, Unreal Paradise: Collage Works from 1992–2022” is now on view in the Michael and Noémi Neidorff Art Gallery in the Dicke-Smith Art Building until March 26....

Opinion: “Don’t Look Up” doesn’t deserve an Oscar

Opinion: “Don’t Look Up” doesn’t deserve an Oscar

Om Dighe, Arts and Entertainment Reporter February 24, 2022

On February 8, the nominees for the 94th Academy Awards were announced, and, as usual, I have mixed feelings. There were great films that didn’t receive any nominations due to their lack of exposure,...

Pic of Playwright winner Nathan Mihalski taken by Allison Wolff and sent to me by Nathan.

Winner of TUPS Playwriting Competition Announced

Nathan Mihalski’s “Burger Islanders: Infinity Sauce” takes first
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist February 17, 2022

“Burger Islanders: Infinity Sauce,” a fast-food surrealist play with tinges of medieval fantasy, will be performed on Saturday, March 26 in the Café Theater of Ruth Taylor Recital Hall. The play,...

Not your typical scholarly publications

Not your typical scholarly publications

The works of 3 faculty members that don't fit traditional scholarship
Ayden Smith, Arts Reporter February 13, 2022

Professors aren’t just the really smart people who assign us seemingly impossible tasks. Trinity professors are also really smart people who have to write about things. It’s fairly easy to visualize...

Spilling the NFTea

Spilling the NFTea

Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist February 11, 2022

When I pitched an article about the intersection between art and technology via a deep dive into the world of crypto and NFTs, I did not realize how controversial the subject was. After inquiring about...

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