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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Cinestudio Review: Tim Burton’s drama “Big Eyes”

by TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 STAFF WRITER You’ve probably seen one of Margaret Keane’s paintings reproduced. Most likely next to a porcelain unicorn on the bedside table of an older aunt who collects cats and calls herself their mother. Keane’s art belongs to the category known as kitsch, and it’s everywhere. Little homeless children stare tearfully… Continue Reading

Fifty Shades of Grey Emphasizes Consent

MADISON OCHS ’18 OPINION EDITOR Cinemas worldwide were flooded with patrons hoping to see the film rendition of E. L. James’ novel, “Fifty Shades of Grey.” Not a single attendee was ignorant of the fact that the plot has a shocking twist. The relationship between the protagonists, Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey, grows to consist… Continue Reading

An Open Letter to Trinity’s Fraternity Brothers

ELISE KEI-RAHN ’16 STAFF WRITER Most of my experiences with the Greek scene at Trinity mimic one another in the sense that I’ve had relatively lackluster incidents.  Perhaps it’s the fact that I’m a washed out junior who no longer has the dedicated freshman mindset of conquering every frat Thursday through Saturday.  My heart doesn’t… Continue Reading

Roy Moore: Committed to Self More Than to Citizens

SHEILA NJAU ’17 STAFF WRITER Currently, 37 states allow same–sex marriage, but one state remains far behind in legalizing gay marriage than the other 13 remaining states; Alabama. Despite the fact that a federal judge has stated Alabama cannot continue to stop same-sex couples from getting married, Alabama’s chief justice, Roy Moore, has informed probate… Continue Reading