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Does touring the world kill it?

Entertainment and the environment: How concerts can be more sustainable
Parker Parent, Arts & Entertainment Reporter April 20, 2023

Masses of crowds gather, thirsty and exhausted, charging to the frontlines, ready to fight for a place in the pit of a Taylor Swift concert. Bands holding concerts and touring worldwide are staples of...

Opinion: The future filled with AI’s work

Opinion: The future filled with AI’s work

A look into the ethics of the artwork and deepfakes being created online, thanks to AI
Parker Parent, Arts & Entertainment Reporter April 13, 2023

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a new technology that has rapidly advanced in recent years. While ChatGPT, an AI program that writes text based on prompts inputted by the user, has been foregrounded in...

Dying, dying, dead: Is the MCU still alive?

Dying, dying, dead: Is the MCU still alive?

Trinity students’ take on the state of the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Parker Parent, Arts & Entertainment Reporter April 6, 2023

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is a series of films that began with the release of “Iron Man” in 2008 and has continued with 30 subsequent entries in the franchise. However, as the universe enters...

“The Beast” brightens the skies of Trinity

“The Beast” brightens the skies of Trinity

Banessa "The Beast" Beastly’s inauguration events motivate new funding to security and the arts
Bemma Barent, Arts & Entertainment Reporter March 30, 2023

This piece is entirely satirical. Read the rest of our April Fool’s edition, the Trinibonian, here.  Trinity recently welcomed its newest president, Banessa “The Beast” Beastly, with an elaborate...

New on-campus music festival coming this April

New on-campus music festival coming this April

Prassel lawn to host the inaugural KRTUfest featuring local, Trinity-connected bands
Parker Parent, Arts & Entertainment Reporter March 23, 2023

Trinity is welcoming a brand new campus tradition this year with KRTUfest, an on-campus music festival. The event will include live music from four local bands with Trinity connections, a food truck and...

If you give a bear cocaine, she’ll want a movie to go with it

If you give a bear cocaine, she’ll want a movie to go with it

Hot take: Maybe the real Cocaine Bear was the friends we made along the way
Parker Parent, Arts and Entertainment Reporter March 9, 2023

When I sat down that fateful Sunday for a matinee showing of “Cocaine Bear,” I didn’t expect to leave the theater a changed person — and I didn’t — but it was more fun than I thought it would...

Holding out hope for unproblematic vampire stories

Holding out hope for unproblematic vampire stories

Meyer announces two new books coming soon to the saga
Parker Parent, Arts & Entertainment Reporter March 2, 2023

“Twilight” has been having a renaissance as of late, with a recent resurgence in the movie’s popularity and the 2020 release of “Midnight Sun,” a novel that recounts the events of the first book...

Does the legacy of Harry Potter hold up?

Does the legacy of Harry Potter hold up?

New Harry Potter video game, Hogwarts Legacy, garners controversy upon release
Parker Parent, Arts and Entertainment Reporter February 23, 2023

With 500 million book copies sold and 11 movies and 17 video games released, it’s no secret that Harry Potter is a well-known franchise. However, its newest video game, Hogwarts Legacy, has been met...

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