Deconstructing graphic novels with Dylan Meconis

I am a huge comic and graphic novel enthusiast; I have been reading them since I was a child and will continue until I...

Bárbara Renaud González and “The Buttocks of J. Lo”

Trinity University continued to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month with a Thursday, Oct. 5 presentation in the Chapman Center’s Great Hall by Bárbara Renaud González,...

Into the Woods: A Q&A with the leading man

After the very successful and well-received “Theatre for Social Change” project, the Trinity theatre department is once again getting ready for another big hit....

Orchestra tunes up for Halloween concert

The Trinity Symphony Orchestra will fill the Ruth Taylor Recital Hall with their fall concert, “Tableaux, an Evening of French Music,” this Halloween. Selections...

Craig Williams speaks on the power of love

Trinity University’s second Lennox Seminar lecture took place Monday, Oct. 2, in the Fiesta Room from Craig Williams, professor of classics at the University...

Cashmere Cat performs to an underwhelming audience

Before I begin explaining why I didn’t enjoy the Welcome Week Concert, I will say that in no way is my dissatisfaction due to...

Cry “Mother!” New movie divides audiences

It’s a situation that’s been explored before in many cinematic and literary works: a gifted man whose wife works in the shadows, unacknowledged, yet...

‘Nightmare Before Christmas’ exhibit haunts the McNay

This holiday season, the McNay Art Museum gives us all a chance to take a turn down memory lane with an immersive installation of original...