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Dr. Andrew Porter signed copies at his book launch on Tuesday night.

Finding inspiration in the ordinary: “The Disappeared”

Trinity professor Andrew Porter shares insights into the creative process from his new book
Samira Turino, Arts & Entertainment Reporter April 13, 2023

In his latest book, “The Disappeared,” Andrew Porter, professor of English and director of the creative writing program at Trinity, plunges readers into the vanishings in the cities of San Antonio...

Renowned poet Matthew Zapruder spoke at Thursdays Story of a Poem event hosted by the TU Humanities Collective.

National Poetry Month: Celebrating storytelling

Festivities make their way to San Antonio this April
Samira Turino, Arts & Entertainment Reporter April 6, 2023

As the city begins to welcome the arrival of spring with its fresh beginnings and new growths, celebrations in honor of National Poetry Month commence. With a vibrant and diverse community of poets in...

Bily Beng

Murchison Tower levels up

A look into former president Handy Danderson’s secret gaming career
Bamira Burino, Arts & Entertainment Reporter March 30, 2023

This piece is entirely satirical. Read the rest of our April Fool’s edition, the Trinibonian, here.  Have you ever noticed the LED lights illuminating the Murchison Tower late at night? Or maybe...

Bombay Bicycle Club

Exploring San Antonio as off-campus life takes center stage

How the shift to college life and lifted restrictions have changed going-out culture
Samira Turino, Arts and Entertainment Reporter March 9, 2023

With heavy COVID restrictions becoming a thing of the past, the St. Mary’s St. sidewalks are again filled with students making their way to Bombay Bicycle Club on Thursdays, a day more infamously referred...

Dawson Durr and Grace Robertson show off their designs made in the MakerSpace.

MakerSpace highlights student creativity

See how students are using campus resources to support their personal interests
Samira Turino, Arts & Entertainment Reporter March 2, 2023

The Center for the Sciences and Innovation (CSI) is home to many of the university’s technological resources, most of which are housed in the heart of the building: the MakerSpace. Located at the corner...

College life lowers televised event viewership

College life lowers televised event viewership

How students navigate the effects college life has on their TV-watching habits
Samira Turino, Arts and Entertainment Reporter February 23, 2023

With the beginning of every year comes a new television award season. People across America will be, and have been, tuning in to watch their Super Bowl champion, Album of the Year and Best Picture winners...

Actors in Could You Please Look Into the Camera

Upcoming theater production navigates casting controversy

A close look at Trinity Theatre’s upcoming production of “Could You Please Look into the Camera?”
Samira Turino, Arts and Entertainment Reporter February 16, 2023

“Could You Please Look into the Camera?” follows the interviews of young protesters during their detention by the Bashar Assad regime. The play, written by Syrian playwright Mohammad Al Attar, will...

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