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Celebrating the best of 2016

Julia Gibbons, Allie Stein, and Elizabeth Fenichel
February 10, 2017
Filed under LIFESTYLES

TV Shows:    “The Get Down” is a Netflix original series set in New York in the ‘70s.  The series follows a group of African American teenagers and is a fun and not terribly long series if you’re looking for something new to watch.    “Speechless” follows the DiMeo family comprised of husb...

Celebrities for a change

Celebrities for a change

Harper Wilcox, STAFF WRITER
February 10, 2017
Filed under LIFESTYLES

   With 30 award nominations and eight wins, it’s no surprise that Meryl Streep took home the Cecil B. DeMille Award for Lifetime Achievement at the Golden Globes on Jan. 8.    Streep used her time onstage to not only thank her family and friends but also to emphasize her hatred and disgust f...

You choose, you lose

You choose, you lose

OLIVIA DEMETRIADES, STAFF WRITER
February 9, 2017
Filed under LIFESTYLES

   After coming home one day last week from two tests, a quiz and a two-mile time trial for track try-outs, the last thing I wanted to do was struggle through homework for three hours. Most nights, I persevere through my schoolwork, but on this night in particular, I succumbed to the calling of "Ho...

How to fight Senioritis

ALEXANDRA FELD, FOCUS EDITOR
January 23, 2017
Filed under LIFESTYLES

   After my first week of being a second semester senior I’ve watched four movies and binged an entire show on Netflix. I’m going to bed about two hours earlier than usual because I don’t feel like doing homework, and my best excuse is “I’m in college so my grades don't matter anymore.”...

Big River: From the page to the stage

Big River:  From the page to the stage

ZOE MYERS-BOCHNER, STAFF WRITER
January 23, 2017
Filed under LIFESTYLES, REVIEWS

Most of Trinity’s students should be very familiar with the plot of this year’s all-school musical, “Big River.” That is because the musical is based on Mark Twain’s “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” which students read in 10th grade. “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” has been...

Movies worth melting for

Movies worth melting for

AAVNI GUPTA, LIFESTYLES EDITOR
December 15, 2016
Filed under LIFESTYLES, SHOWCASE

Once exams are over, Christmas will be just around the corner. Put on your fuzzy socks, grab some hot chocolate, and choose a movie to put you in the Christmas mood. The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) Although this movie may have been defined as a Halloween film, it no doubt has a good sense...

Ho-ho-holiday habits

Ho-ho-holiday habits

OLIVIA DEMETRIADES, STAFF WRITER
December 15, 2016
Filed under LIFESTYLES, SHOWCASE

  Every December, millions of Americans grab the remote, ready to give up an hour and 37 minutes to watch Will Ferrell trek through New York City wearing a jacket, bright green tights and not much else. What is it about this one movie, “Elf,” that compels us to tune in, year after year, to wa...

Unlocking the secrets to running a successful club

Unlocking the secrets to running a successful club

JULIA ORR, STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER
December 6, 2016
Filed under LIFESTYLES

Adede Appah-Sampong is the sort of person who is described as “naturally charismatic”, which is a very good thing, considering the sophomore is president of Trinity’s Key Club this year, as she ran when she was only a freshmen. When asked how she joined Key Club in the first place, Adede says “I...

Creativity from the chaos

Creativity from the chaos

OLIVIA DEMETRIADES, STAFF WRITER
November 4, 2016
Filed under LIFESTYLES

 Since we were little, we have been coerced into cleaning our rooms. Time and time again we’d resist–making our beds was futile because it would only be undone later that day, or that it made perfect sense to leave our clean clothes in a pile in our room because we would wear them soon anyway....

Reflecting on Good Times: a freshman’s thoughts as her brothers return to college

November 4, 2016
Filed under LIFESTYLES

  As school starts again and we all say goodbye to our favorite people, I sat down with Freshman Lexi Good to talk about how she's affected by her brother's going back to school.   The Voice: What are the pros and cons about having your brothers go off to college? Lexi: So...

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