Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Monthly Archives: January 2017

Greek Life Spotlight: The Order of the Elms

Greek Life Spotlight: The Order of the Elms

SOPHIA GOURLEY ’19 FEATURES EDITOR With Rush Week upon us, the Tripod got acquainted with one of the new sororities on campus. We sat down with co-founder of The Order of the Elms, Kenzie Levy ’18 to learn more about the new Greek Letter Organization (GLO). Trinity Tripod: What made you want to start a sorority… Continue Reading

Cinestudio Preview: Doctor Strange

Cinestudio Preview: Doctor Strange

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR In the landscape of movies in the year 2017, it’s astonishing how many superhero movies there are on the market. As the Western was the dominant craze in American film for a sizeable chunk of the twentieth century, the superhero film just will not slow down. The challenge,… Continue Reading

New We-Ha Favorite: Oak and Park Restaurant

Jenna Behan ‘19 Contributing Writer Before you resort to your go-to Blue Back restaurant, you might want to consider something new. And listen up: parking here is free. Enough said, and enough with paying five dollars to park for dinner at bartaco. Oak and Park Restaurant is less than ten minutes off campus and it’s… Continue Reading

Administration Responds to ACT Demands

JOSEPH DIBACCO ’19 NEWS EDITOR The Action Coalition of Trinity, the student-led human rights group that made a list of 13 demands of President Berger-Sweeney and the Trinity administration and posted it all over campus, has made it clear that it would like some support from the administration, but wants to take the lead in any… Continue Reading

Come see “Kid Koala,” at the Austin Arts Center

Come see “Kid Koala,” at the Austin Arts Center

CHARLES MEIER MCMAHON ’18 A&E EDITOR On February 11th, Trinity College will be blessed with the presence of the elusive rapper/producer Kid Koala. Chances are you haven’t heard of the Canada based disc-jockey, but Kid Koala— otherwise known as Eric San— isn’t known for chasing the spotlight. Rather, San collaborates with well-known musicians, often producing… Continue Reading