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An unfortunate return to ‘Silent Hill’

An unfortunate return to ‘Silent Hill’

The iconic ‘Silent Hill’ franchise is coming back, but it’s not something to be excited about
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist February 15, 2024

“In my restless dreams, I see that town. Silent Hill.” The “Silent Hill” franchise is one of the most iconic series in all of gaming, with its titular town in Maine serving as the nightmarish...

Various artists standing with their Grammy awards, color

Older women in the arts should get more respect

Why the best part of the entire Grammys was Joni Mitchell and Tracy Chapman
Lara Lashus, Arts & Entertainment Columnist February 15, 2024

My favorite part of the Grammys on Sunday, Feb. 4 was not what I first expected. I followed the wins live, eagerly anticipating artist appearances and well-deserved awards. Taylor Swift and SZA and boygenius...

Lampo Leong speaks about his artwork to attendees

Trinity community gathers for artist Lampo Leong

Leong discusses his artistic process and his personal art inspirations in a lecture
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter February 8, 2024

On Monday, Chinese-American artist Lampo Leong lectured at Trinity in the Chapman Auditorium about his decades-long creative career. He showed a visual history of his work and discussed in detail the process...

Social media knows more than you think

Social media knows more than you think

Do we realize how much algorithms dictate our online experience?
Aubrey Jackson, Arts & Entertainment Reporter February 8, 2024

So you want to have a conversation about social media in 2024 — I do too, but it’s hard to know where to start when we see everything moving at a speed so fast it feels like if we say anything about...

Norma E. Cantú introduces authors Irene Lara Silva and Octavio Quintanilla

Poet laureates of Texas join community at Trinity

ire’ne lara silva and Octavio Quintanilla discuss writing about loss and identity
Lara Lashus, Arts & Entertainment Columnist February 8, 2024

Poet laureates of Texas join community at Trinity ire’ne lara silva and Octavio Quintanilla discuss writing about loss and identity ire’ne lara silva, 2023 Texas state poet laureate, and Octavio...

My Coverage of the 2024 Sundance Film Festival

My Coverage of the 2024 Sundance Film Festival

I watched four Sundance films this year, and here are my thoughts
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist February 8, 2024

Sundance Film Festival is one of the most influential film festivals today. Since its inception in 1978, its focus on promoting independent films has launched the careers of numerous high-profile directors,...

“Passages” and the double standards of sex scenes

“Passages” and the double standards of sex scenes

It’s time to be candid about Hollywood’s seeming distaste of onscreen depictions of gay sex
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist February 8, 2024

In late January, the nominations for the 96th Academy Awards were announced, with “Poor Things” receiving 11 well-deserved nominations. The film is easily my favorite from last year, thanks to its...

How parasocial relationships impact society

How parasocial relationships impact society

The pros and cons of obsessing over celebrities online
Eve Slemp, Arts & Entertainment Editor February 8, 2024

Have you ever had a special connection with a celebrity and thought, “We are meant to be; … we just haven’t met yet.” Well, I have some news for you: you’re experiencing the effect of a parasocial...

Haynes v Fualaau: The Controversy of “May December”

Haynes v Fualaau: The Controversy of “May December”

The film “May December” has received acclaim for its portrayal of grooming, but its “subject” says otherwise.
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist February 1, 2024

Trigger Warning: Discussion of grooming and statutory rape “May December” is the latest film from acclaimed filmmaker Todd Haynes (“Far from Heaven,” “Carol”), and follows an actress who...

This year’s 2024 winter layering fashion guide

All you need to know on staying warm and stylish by your favorite New Englander
Eve Slemp, Arts & Entertainment Editor February 1, 2024

Amid all the blizzards, plummeting temperatures and extreme cases of cold fronts…oh wait … it’s 70 degrees out … regardless, I am here to present: your 2024 Winter Fashion Guide (from your favorite...

It’s called “Barbie,” not “Ken”

It’s called “Barbie,” not “Ken”

Ashwini Vivek, Opinion Columnist February 1, 2024

You cannot picture the summer of 2023 without thinking of “Barbie” and the stir it caused among moviegoers everywhere. Directed by Greta Gerwig, starring Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling, and marketed...

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,...

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