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Monthly Archives: December 2013

Trinity Mock Trial Team hosts annual Trinvitational competition

Kristina Xie ’16 Staff Writer The Trinity Mock Trial Association brought seven Mock Trial teams from all over the Northeast to campus in order to compete in the first ever Trinity College Mock Trial Invitational, affectionately coined the Trinvitational. The teams who visited campus are all members of  the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA), which… Continue Reading

Woody Allen produces adaptation of A Streetcar Named Desire Desire

Pooja Savansukha ’15 Arts Editor “Blue Jasmine,” Woody Allen’s most recent film is a comedy-drama that depicts a contemporary adaptation of Tennessee Williams’ award-winning play, “A Streetcar Named Desire.” Woody Allen is known for directing films that tend to have  a bittersweet romantic feel. His recent films have used the backdrop of Barcelona, Paris and… Continue Reading

Trinity College Bantam Artist of the Week: Liam Doran ‘14

Campbell North ’17 Staff Writer Candid and kind, Liam Doran ’14 has found a balance between two extremes of Trinity’s curriculum, computer science and creative writing. This unique combination is the product of Doran’s diverse upbringing. Growing up, Doran had direct exposure to art in his house because his father has a BFA in sculpture… Continue Reading

Trinity hosts the NY Upright Citizens Brigade Touring

Pooja Savansukha Arts Editor On Friday, November 22, Trinity hosted an event by the Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB) Touring Company, an improvisational comedy group. The event, an evening of comedy also featured a short opening set by Trinity’s much loved, premier improvgroup, ‘The Moveable Joints.’ The UCB has alumni all over the professional comedy world… Continue Reading

“Disintegration Loops: Tales of the Uncanny” at Garmany Hall

By Malcom Moon ’15 Contributing Writer From November 21 through the 23, Garmany Hall at Austin Arts Center showcased the performance, “Disintegration Loops Part 2: Tales of the Uncanny.” The play told a “story of two men engaged in a scientific experiment to reshape history. By reenacting a past catastrophe, they hoped to create a… Continue Reading