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Senior Lauren Dotson places her artwork for sale on stands for Art Market

Students show their creative side at the biannual Art Market

A look into the behind-the-scene artistic crafts of student art market vendors
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter April 18, 2024

The Trinity University Art Market returns once again today, Friday, April 19. Showcasing the wares of more than 40 vendors, students at this semester’s art market will sell a wide variety of creative...

Photograph by Cam Kenefick. Fools Brunch will take place in the Café Theater at 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 28.

Fool’s Brunch: Exploring Trinity’s newest recurring drag show

After its first performance last semester, Fool’s Brunch returns with a larger cast and production
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter March 29, 2024

Following its success last year, the Fool’s Brunch drag show returned Thursday, March 28. All the cast and crew are Trinity students, and this semester’s production will have eight performers. Fool’s...

(Left to right) Freshman Arwen Loxsom playing Wren, freshman Arlo Castilan playing Vern, sophomore Em Miller playing Ginny, and freshman Besty Hammer playing Lulie. Wren talks to the other women about being a lesbian.

TUPS produces ‘5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche’ early this April

This campy, queer comedy explores gay relationships with an irreverent twist
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter March 21, 2024

The Trinity University Players (TUPS) is putting on a production of “5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche,” written by Evan Linder and Andrew Hobgood. This continues TUPS’ tradition of members directing a...

Trinity’s English faculty recommend their favorite novels

Trinity’s English faculty recommend their favorite novels

Three professors share their passion and admiration for literature
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter February 22, 2024

Trinity University’s English professors have encountered a wide range of literature in their studies and in their work. Here, three share their book recommendations that reflect their passion for their...

Trinity’s new translation of ‘Agamemnon’ adds layers of extravagance and drama

Trinity’s new translation of ‘Agamemnon’ adds layers of extravagance and drama

Direction, acting and behind-the-scenes collaboration contribute to this new vision
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter February 16, 2024

The Trinity University Theatre Department is producing a new take on the Aeschylus’ Greek tragedy Agamemnon that will run for the next two weekends. This production not only aims to highlight the drama...

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...

Students observe Eleanor Perriers artwork at the MINI art exhibition.

Student artists make their mark in this year’s MINI

Exhibit allows student artists to display art to public and connect with local artists
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter January 25, 2024

Last week, Trinity’s department of art held its annual MINI, an exhibition of artwork created by Trinity students in the Jim and Janet Dicke Art Building. The gallery allowed the students to display...

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,...

Stained glass windows in Parker Chapel

Ford, Dunn and the artists behind Parker Chapel

The creative efforts of these artists continue to make the chapel a campus icon
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter October 27, 2023

Looking only at the facade of Margarite B. Parker Chapel, a visitor would not guess from the humble exterior what they would find inside. Walking into the chapel, there is a series of parabolic arches...

Gothic horror: The literary subgenre that encapsulates spooky season

Gothic horror: The literary subgenre that encapsulates spooky season

Since its conception, these creepy page-turners continue to captivate readers
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter October 13, 2023

The reason Gothic horror has remained popular for centuries is that it is approachable and scary without being boring. Because it emphasizes atmosphere, and because people have become more desensitized...

Preacher Red produces and performs original content

Preacher Red produces and performs original content

Despite only being three weeks old, Preacher Red is making strides to a first EP
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter September 28, 2023

Near the start of this semester, a group of music-loving students decided to start a rock band called Preacher Red. So far, they have played at a few fraternity events, including at Phi Sigma Chi, and...

Is the new Netflix One Piece adaptation worth watching?

Is the new Netflix “One Piece” adaptation worth watching?

”One Piece” may bring satisfaction to fans
Lottie Correia, Arts Reporter September 21, 2023

After 30 years of continual manga updates and 1,076 anime episodes, Netflix has adapted Eiichiro Oda’s “One Piece” into a live-action series. After many unsuccessful adaptations of other anime, including...

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