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Don't fall into the trap of internalized misogyny

Don’t fall into the trap of internalized misogyny

Shelby Sperling November 4, 2020

photo provided by Shelby SperlingI was a “pick me” girl at one point. A pick me girl is a girl who behaves with the drive to impress or be accepted by men. This usually can manifest in putting...

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Why Quentin Tarantino’s movies actually suck, Part I: Exploiting film actresses for his foot fetish

Victoria Stringer November 4, 2020

illustration by Kate NuelleDISCLAIMER FOR THE COMMENT SECTION: First of all, this is not a personal attack on your taste in movies; we were all hoodwinked by the same algorithm. I am also not implying...

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Faculty Favorites: Halloween Movie Recommendations

Jordyn Guzman October 21, 2020

illustration by Gracen HoyleAs Halloween is fast-approaching, fall season has brought back spooky classics such as “It” and “Child’s Play.” This autumnal section of films...

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Fun activities in San Antonio that are COVID-19 safe

Paige Wallace September 30, 2020

photo by Kate Nuelle2020 has been one hell of a year, and it’s safe to say everyone’s stress levels are pretty high right now. While everyone’s first priority should be COVID-19 safety...

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Athletes’ Favorite Sports Movies

Paige Wallace September 16, 2020

Typically, the Trinitonian reports on athletes' thoughts on games or their statistics and performances. However, since sports are on somewhat of a hiatus this semester, I have the unique opportunity to...

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What to watch, read and listen to while stuck at home

Editorial Board March 25, 2020

Illustrations by Genevieve Humphreys This article is a part of the Trinitonian’s coverage of Trinity University’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to read the rest of our...

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Why “not like the other girls” is harmful

Natalia Salas February 27, 2020

Illustration by Ren RaderThe worst thing I thought I could be as a young girl was like other girls. Movies and television taught me over and over again that being “not like the other girls”...

Rom-Coms: Are they actually that romantic?

Victoria Stringer February 19, 2020

Illustration by Ren RaderRomantic comedies, or "rom-coms,” have been a part of my life since I was a little girl. I remember curling up on the couch with my mother and sister and watching Sandra...

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Innovation is on the horizon for 2020 cinema

Evan Engelhaupt February 13, 2020

illustration by Ren RaderLast year was a massive year for movies. Alongside several bounds in cinematography with movies like “1917,” “Lighthouse,” “Lion King” and “Joker,”...

We must recognize films made by women

We must recognize films made by women

Natalia Salas January 30, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutAfter I watched "Booksmart," directed by Olivia Wilde, the first of (so far) seven times, I read review after review and watched one interview after the other. While many of...

Collaborative podcast “Such a Nightmare” combines cinematic analysis with humor

Collaborative podcast “Such a Nightmare” combines cinematic analysis with humor

Noelle Barrera October 24, 2019

Photo by Mona MirpourFor the past year, sophomore Anthony Tresca and Katherine Troyer, assistant director for programs in the Collaborative for Learning and Teaching (CLT), have been recording episodes...

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Is “Star Wars” lost to the dark side?

Austin Davidson August 29, 2019

Illustration by Ren Rader, guest contributorI can’t remember the first time I watched a “Star Wars” movie, but I can distinctly recall my favorite memory watching one. I was with my extended...

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