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Nicolas Jaar Releases Surprise Album Under A.A.L.

Nicolas Jaar Releases Surprise Album Under A.A.L.

AMANDA LAFFERTY ’21 MANAGING EDITOR Having been so successful with the release of Sirens and its recently revealed deluxe version, Chilean-American DJ Nicolas Jaar had taken a break from producing new material, or so people thought. Jaar mysteriously released an album on Feb. 17 titled 2012-2017 under an underutilized moniker, A.A.L. (Against All Logic), with… Continue Reading

Into The Woods Achieves Trinity Theater Greatness

Into The Woods Achieves Trinity Theater Greatness

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITOR In a broad sense, Into The Woods sets out to defy expectations. Worn out by centuries of homage and rebooting, Grimm’s fairy tales make a near perfect medium for subversion. When everyone thinks they know what will happen next, opportunities for shocking and meaningful changes are everywhere. Performed between Thursday… Continue Reading

The Vagina Monologues Performed on Campus

The Vagina Monologues Performed on Campus

HAMNA TARIQ ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER After the success of last year’s ‘A Memory, a Monologue, a Rant and a Prayer’, the Women Gender Resource Action Center (WGRAC) on campus decided to perform The Vagina Monologues, instead of MMRP, after a few years. Trinity’s rendition of the globally recognized play was directed by Hamna Tariq ’20… Continue Reading

Gardner Theft Trail Stops Cold in Hartford

Gardner Theft Trail Stops Cold in Hartford

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITOR The March, 1990 theft of 13 artworks from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston remains the most valuable single art heist in history. Part of the legend that has built up around the loss and secret movements of the pieces is the result of the strange details of the… Continue Reading

Space Camp and Bat House Rock at The Mill

Space Camp and Bat House Rock at The Mill

MEG SMITH ’21 A & E EDITOR The Mill provided a fun and fresh Friday night concert with Connecticut-based non-binary industrial metal band Space Camp and Boston indie-rock quartet Bat House. Space Camp opened with a literal bang as they lled the tiny venue with their chaotic, rebellious sound and undeniably genderqueer presence. Their merchandise… Continue Reading

Aeolus Quartet Performs Mozart and Beethoven

Aeolus Quartet Performs Mozart and Beethoven

BEN GAMBUZZA ’20 NEWS EDITOR The Aeolus Quartet returned to Trinity after their previous performance in fall 2016 to play music of Mozart and Beethoven on Monday. The young, award-winning quartet is made up of Nicholas Tavani on first violin, Rachel Shapiro on second violin, Caitlin Lynch on viola, and Alan Richardson on cello. All… Continue Reading