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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Michael Borders presents “Connecticut Industry Mural” at the Widener Gallery

POOJA SAVANSUKHA ’15 A & E Editor Last Monday, Nov. 10, the Widener Gallery at Austin Arts Center hosted an opening for an intriguing display of the “Connecticut Industry Mural” by artist Michael Borders. The event also featured an insightful talk with Borders who discussed the process and conception of his fascinating artwork that layers… Continue Reading

Trinity students perform in John Ford’s “‘Tis’ Pity She’s A Whore”

ANA MEDINA ’16 A & E Editor This past Thursday, the Austin Arts Center welcomed the opening of this year’s fall main-stage theater production, “‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore.” The performance was directed by Associate Professor of Theatre and Dance Barbara Karger, and featured talented student actors. The cast included Madison Hummer ’18, Dan Trainor… Continue Reading

Trinity alumna Rachel Platten performs at The Mill

ELISE KEI-RAHN ’16 CONTRIBUTING WRITER Last Tuesday evening, talented pop singer-songwriter and Trinity alumna, Rachel Platten ’03, returned to campus for an exclusive performance at The Mill. Despite currently being on a house tour, she took the time to visit her alma mater and share stories about the experiences she’s had during her time working in… Continue Reading

“‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore” opens this week at Austin Arts

FORREST ROBINETTE ’16 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ​This year’s fall main-stage theater production, “‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore,” opens this week at Austin Arts. The play, written by John Ford, is a tragedy of love, lust, violence, and revenge. Ford, a Jacobean era playwright, wrote “‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore” in 1633 and it has since become known… Continue Reading