Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Category Archives: ARTS

Spring Weekend at the Mill Applauded by Students

Spring Weekend at the Mill Applauded by Students

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITOR Last Saturday, in an event following the main Spring Weekend concert at Koeppel Ice Rink, the Mill hosted “Spring Freakend.” The show featured three bands that performed on a large outdoor stage behind the Mill. The first band to perform was longtime Mill standby Wooly Mammoths. The band that was… Continue Reading

Spring Weekend Shakeup Results in New Choice

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITOR Upon meeting last week and reviewing the decision to allow rapper B.o.B to perform at Spring Weekend, Barnyard voted to cancel their announcement. In the wake of the last-minute change in plans, students wondered if the entire event would be cancelled. On the morning of Monday, April 9, however, EAC… Continue Reading

Hip Hop Festival: Bennett Performs, NoName Cancels

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITOR   The Trinity Annual Hip Hop Festival concluded in a concert in the Washington Room last Saturday Night. The headliners, Rappers Taylor Bennett and Noname, both Chicago natives, had drawn a crowd of around two hundred spectators to a lively and excited atmosphere. The Saturday night concert functions as the… Continue Reading

2018 Spring Dance Concert Magical and Captivating

2018 Spring Dance Concert Magical and Captivating

MEG SMITH ’21 STAFF WRITER The Spring Dance Concert, presented annually by the Department of Theater and Dance, captivated audiences on Friday, March 30 and Saturday, March 31. This year’s program consisted of seven dances, choreographed by four students, two faculty, and one guest choreographer from the Hartt School. The show opened to a number… Continue Reading

Mostra di Monet Exhibit in Rome Raises Questions

ALISON COFRANCESCO ’20 CONTRIBUTING WRITER The recent Mostra di Monet Exhibit in Rome provided a chance for visitors to see select works from the artist’s early caricatures, cityscapes, and later natural studies as his vision deteriorated. Along with Monet’s paintings, the show also included a digitally recreated 3D print of one of his works. In… Continue Reading

Cinestudio Movie Review: The Great Silence

TRIP SLAYMAKER ’18 A&E EDITOR Setting a western in a snowy landscape may seem like a simple way to change audience expectations. Sergio Corbucci’s The Great Silence is one of the great spaghetti westerns of the sixties not just because it was the first set in snow, but because it subverts nearly every touchstone of… Continue Reading

International Hip Hop Festival Preview

International Hip Hop Festival Preview

TRINITY TRIPOD A&E SECTION Trinity’s annual International Hip Hop Festival will take place at Mather Hall’s Washington Room on Friday, April 6, through Sunday, April 8. Free and open to the public, the festival’s theme will be “censorship, free-speech a nd protest.”       Headlining the event is hip hop artist Noname, who grew… Continue Reading