2021 Texas Art Biennial on view at five museums across the state

2021 Texas Art Biennial on view at five museums across the state

Exhibition combines contemporary artworks from Texas-based and non-Texas-based artists
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist October 14, 2021

The 2021 Texas Art Biennial, titled A New Landscape, A Possible Horizon, puts some of the latest, most innovative contemporary art on view at five art galleries and museums across San Antonio and Houston...

Theatre back on-stage with physical audience following virtual semesters

Theatre back on-stage with physical audience following virtual semesters

"365 Days/365 Plays,” directed by professor Kyle Gillett, comes to stage on Oct. 1
Ayden Smith, Arts Reporter September 23, 2021

Rachel Joseph, associate professor for theatre, is directing the department’s second show of the fall semester, “Silent Retreat.” In preparing for this upcoming show, Joseph has not forgotten the...

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For the Record: a review of CTV3: Cool Tapes Vol. 3 by Jaden

Christian Settles September 10, 2020

For the record, I didn’t even know that this album came out. I guess Spotify’s “New Music Friday” failed me this time, but thanks to a friend’s Instagram story, I picked up on it and have been...

Student Jimmy Phan practices for his piano class with Dr. Carolyn True on campus. Students are a assigned a specific practice room, and must use a weekly sign up form to indicate their reservations. Additionally, students are responsible for wiping down pianos after use, and allowing the room to air out for fifteen minutes when they have finished practicing. Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

The show must go on: Fine Art departments go remote

Joshua Anaya September 3, 2020

Following the spring 2020 shift to entirely remote learning, the music and theater departments within Trinity’s fine arts program faced a drastic challenge. In addition to adjusting their purely academic...

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“Useless” degrees: Not so useless after all

Julian Valdez September 3, 2020

Certain degrees seem to be much more respected than others. This creates an imbalance with what students want to study in college. I remember in high school so many people wanting to go into STEM and business...

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Studio Art Amidst COVID-19

Joshua Anaya August 27, 2020

illustration by Diep Hoang For the fall 2020 semester, the studio art department is projected to have around 16 courses offered, with an estimate of about 150 students enrolled. Of these courses, only...

Trinity hires new percussion instructor

Trinity hires new percussion instructor

Austin Davidson October 20, 2019

Over the summer, Trinity’s music department hired a new adjunct percussion instructor, Bryce Turner, to replace the previous instructor. Turner is fresh out of graduate school at the University of...

Student Artist Spotlight: Max Armitage

Student Artist Spotlight: Max Armitage

Jocelyn Brooks October 3, 2019

Art by Elena NegrónHow did you become interested in rapping?Maximillian Armitage: I had too much time on my hands in, like, 10th grade because I used to do a competitive Pokémon game, which was...

Hannah Hsu

Trinity’s newest A capella group takes the stage

Savannah Wahlgren September 20, 2019

Photo provided by Hannah HsuIt’s no secret that life at Trinity can get tough. With rigorous classes, a large variety of student organizations and having to climb Cardiac Hill all the time, each...

(left to right) Camden Lemond, Grant Peterson Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

Time for a Lunar New Year

Noor Rahman February 14, 2019

Photo by Matthew ClaybrookBefore last year, Lunar New Year averaged around 300 people in attendance. Last year, over 600 people went. This year, the organizers expect even more. The event will ring in...

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“Aquaman” holds no water to “Moana”

Elise Hester January 22, 2019

”Aquaman” made a billion dollars — staggering, especially considering that “Aquaman” is not a good movie. There were several contradictions to “Justice League,”...

San Antonio to celebrate its third century in style

San Antonio to celebrate its third century in style

Georgie Riggs January 17, 2018

The great white hope of Ireland, affectionately known as the “devil’s apples,” first reached New England’s shores 300 years ago, in 1718. The settlers called them potatoes. That same year, on the...

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