Black History Month Spotlight: Naya Rivera

Black History Month Spotlight: Naya Rivera

Trinity students share how the late star's character on Glee impacted them
Kayla Padilla, Editor-in-Chief February 12, 2021

Santana Lopez, Naya Rivera’s most memorable television character, served as a vessel for the Afro-Latinx queer experience for countless young girls. The late actress, who was tragically recovered on...

Andrew Walker (he/him, 2023, Political Science and Sociology major)and Xander Hancock (he/him, 2022, Business Administration with a Concentration in Marketing, and Spanish). Photo credit: Claire Sammons

TUPS presents “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare”

Joshua Anaya November 5, 2020

photo by Claire Sammons Hearing Shakespeare’s name takes me back to high school English classes where weeks upon weeks of his works were covered in excruciating detail. Here at Trinity, however,...

Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

Exploring the afterlife of San Antonio’s art organizations

Joshua Anaya October 29, 2020

photo by Kate Nuelle Local art venues like the San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA) and Artpace San Antonio have been anxious to re-open their doors to the public to ensure that creators and SA citizens...

Photo credit: Ren Rader

Remembering musician Eddie Van Halen after his death

Joshua Anaya October 21, 2020

illustration by Ren RaderEddie Van Halen — lead guitarist of iconic rock group Van Halen — passed away on Oct. 6 following complications with lung cancer according to a tweet from his son,...

Photo credit: Kate Nuelle

Exploring the afterlife of San Antonio’s local music scene

Joshua Anaya September 30, 2020

photo by Kate Nuelle For musicians here in San Antonio, the COVID-19 outbreak has opened up an uncharted territory of uncertainty towards what the local music scene will look like in the future. As...

Photo credit: Ren Rader

You don’t need somewhere to go to get all dressed up

Joshua Anaya September 23, 2020

When I think of the expression “all dressed up with nowhere to go,” it implies that there was an anticipated occasion that didn’t take place. Does there have to be an occasion for us to dress up...

Photo credit: Ren Rader

From Florida to California: ‘Baskin’ in the light of the dance floor

Joshua Anaya September 22, 2020

illustration by Ren Rader As she gleefully danced to “Eye of the Tiger” below the spotlight on one of America’s most famed dance floors, Carole Baskin had all eyes on her. Baskin, an American...

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...

Photo credit: Diep Hoang

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...

A message to Danny Anderson and the Board of Trustees: Divest.

A message to Danny Anderson and the Board of Trustees: Divest.

Ethan Crane April 30, 2020

Illustration by Genevieve Humphreys I would like to share the following message — signed by hundreds of Trinity students and alumni — directed to President Danny Anderson and the Board of Trustees: We...

Free speech is not always agreeable

Free speech is not always agreeable

Gabriel Odom April 23, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutRecently I had the chance to peruse Joshua Anaya’s op-ed on Theresa May speaking on campus. His response did not surprise me, and he made some articulate and concerning...

A case against the idolization of Theresa May

A case against the idolization of Theresa May

Joshua Anaya April 4, 2020

Illustration by Andrea Nebhut Just before the semester came to a rapid close, Trinity held their annual Flora Cameron Lecture on Politics and Public Affairs; their invitee this semester was Theresa...

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