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Album review: Martin Courtney’s “Many Moons”

MATIAS PRIBOR ’16 STAFF WRITER Martin Courtney, of Real Estate fame, delivers homage to suburban life in its comforts and flaws on his debut solo album “Many Moons.” Also, as a fellow New Jersey-ite I felt it my duty to commend Courtney’s performance on the album for exemplifying the experience of nostalgia and melancholy that… Continue Reading

Students showcase music videos this coming Thursday

BY ANDREW HATCH ’17 BUSINESS MANAGER Earlier this year a small group of students got the music video production experience of a lifetime when Professor Justin Francis came to film at Trinity. A highly regarded Hollywood music video director, who has worked with many artists including Carly Rae Jepsen, B.o.B., Santana, and Pharrell, Francis has… Continue Reading

Cinestudio preview: “Steve Jobs” shows man and myth

MATIAS PRIBOR ’16 STAFF WRITER “Steve Jobs” grasps for the kind of formula that brought screenwriter Aaron Sorkin his most recent success in “The Social Network” and director Danny Boyle an Academy Award for Best Director in “Slumdog Millionaire.” The film contains the necessary elements to warrant early Oscar buzz, such as Aaron Sorkin’s trademark… Continue Reading

Review of Adele’s dramatic comeback song: “Hello”

AMANDA LUNDERGAN ’17 A&E EDITOR It’s nearing 2016, and Adele is back at it—crushing the music industry. After her internationally successful album “21” came out in 2011, Adele considered leaving her musical career and went on hiatus to raise her son. Nevertheless, she has returned on Nov. 20, encompassing a wiser perspective on life and… Continue Reading

Vivian Lamb: more than just a costume designer

BHUMIKA CHOUDHARY ’18 STAFF WRITER The Trinity costume shop is a crucial part of the plays and musicals performed here. It not only supports the Theater and Dance Department by supplying costumes, but it also fosters an environment of teaching students costume construction. The costume shop can provide students with all the elements that are… Continue Reading

Album review: St. Germain returns with new sound

HANNAH HO ’19 CONTRIBUTING WRITER French DJ Ludovic Navarre, better known by his moniker St. Germain, just broke a fifteen-year silence with a self titled album. Millennials may recall the jazz-influenced electronic album “Tourist,” headlined by hit single “Rose Rouge.” Defined by catchy house beats and a seductive smoothness, “Tourist”’s tracks remained staples in clubs,… Continue Reading