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Paris, Tokyo… Reykjavík? Not so typical summer hotspots

NOOPUR RANGANATHAN, COPY EDITOR
May 24, 2016
Filed under LIFESTYLES

It's finally that time of the year when we can throw away all the books and just relax. Summer ushers in visions of swaying palm trees, sunny beaches, tall cool drinks, wide straw hats, carry-all totes, sunscreen bottles, flip flops and oh yes sunglasses! Time to chill out in those dreamy places ...

Beyond Birks: Three more ugly shoes to carry you through summer

AMY LOWNDES, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
May 24, 2016
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   The ugly shoe trend has officially morphed from a quirky trend into a closet fixture. In recent months, we have seen the renaissance of Birkenstocks, the chunky heel, and even for a brave but persecuted minority, crocs. This summer is the perfect time to brush off your most hideous footwear and ...

How to have a Marvel-ous summer

VALERIE TRAPP AND ALEXANDRA LIPTON, OPINIONS EDITOR AND COPY EDITOR
May 23, 2016
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   Do you have any summer plans? How about saving the world?    A little too ambitious, you say? Perhaps. But gosh would that look good on a college resumé. Good news: you can freshen up your world-saving abilities through film tutorials. While you probably won’t be able to save the world y...

Search for a sense of spring style

Search for a sense of spring style

MEG PARENT, STAFF WRITER
March 4, 2016
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It’s time to pack up winter clothing and put it in the very back of your closet. Now we can all start wearing our favorite, adorable spring clothing. Amid the season, it’s time for light-colored pastels and floral sundresses. Bring out your jean shorts, Lilly Pulitzer prints and flip flops. If you...

Erasing electronic waste

Erasing electronic waste

AAVNI GUPTA, LIFESTYLES EDITOR
March 4, 2016
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We all have that one lonely drawer in our house that is filled with old, worn-out electronics. Now, picture that pile in your drawer as a huge landfill of electronics, somewhere in the middle of nowhere, emitting toxins and poisons in the air. The buildup of thrown-away electronics contributes to electronic...

Dazzled by dystopia

Dazzled by dystopia

Zoe Myers-Bochner, Staff Writer
March 4, 2016
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Imagine a world in which everything that you do is monitored by the government.  The clothes you wear, the decisions you make and the vocational field that you enter are all decided for you by people whom you don’t know.  Most of the newly-written books that have become household names in the past...

Tick-tock to the original clock

Tick-tock to the original clock

NOOPUR RANGANATHAN, COPY EDITOR
January 23, 2016
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Staying up late to read Murrin for an APUSH exam is something many of us can all relate to. But, the common conception of pulling “all-nighters” in order to yield better test results has been long disproved. While staying up late into the night accounts for more “learning” time, that productivity...

Beyond the frontier- Sir Kroto

Beyond the frontier- Sir Kroto

NOOPUR RANGANATHAN, COPY EDITOR
January 23, 2016
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“People on top of a mountain did not fall there.” This year, The Trinity Voice’s Copy Editor, Noopur Ranganathan presents a series of insightful interviews with pioneers who dared to dream big and changed the world.  It was surreal: going to meet Sir Harold Kroto in person at the David ...

Top worst gifts to give

Top worst gifts to give

NOOPUR RANGANATHAN, COPY EDITOR
January 6, 2016
Filed under LIFESTYLES

It’s that time of the year! We have to dig deep into our hearts and our pockets to come up with that perfect gift that expresses our exact feelings to family and friends. Some are easy and some are tough. We try our very best to give them what WE think they really, really need. But no matter how...

Chorus concert brings Christmas cheer

Alexandra Feld, Staff Writer
January 6, 2016
Filed under LIFESTYLES

   The weather is cooling down, exam stress  is going up and the annual Christmas tree has been placed in front of the senior benches, marking the end of the first semester. With the last full  week of classes coming to a close, so does concert week- the week when the various sections of the mus...

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