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February: The Angry Beaver

February: The Angry Beaver

ABRAHAM FRAIFELD, OPINIONS EDITOR

February 23, 2013


Filed under ARCHIVES

Is something ticking you off? Let us know. Submit your anger to The Trinity Voice. Email us at [email protected]yprep.org or leave a comment.

Alumni athletes excel in college ranks

Alumni athletes excel in college ranks

GRANT GORDON, SPORTS EDITOR

February 22, 2013


Filed under SPORTS

The past few years have produced some of the greatest athletes Trinity Prep has ever seen. Competitors from several different sports achieved successful high school careers before deciding to continue their passion at the collegiate level. The NCAA is a multi-billion dollar industry that relies upon unpaid s...

I have the cure for Saints’ broken spirit

I have the cure for Saints’ broken spirit

JACK O'CONNOR, STAFF WRITER

February 22, 2013


Filed under SPORTS

School spirit is an integral part of any high school experience. Having students, faculty, and parents come together for their school creates a fun and exciting environment for everyone. However, when I now look at Trinity Prep’s school spirit, I can see some deficiencies. I have attended many athl...

Don’t haze me, bro.

Don’t haze me, bro.

DANIEL STEIN, STAFF WRITER

February 22, 2013


Filed under SPORTS

As hazing becomes more prevalent in sports programs, people are starting to take a stand Hazing is defined as any activity regarding someone joining a group that humiliates, degrades or risks emotional or physical harm, regardless of the person's willingness to participate. Hazing is most popular in col...

Rebel, rebel

LEXIE GARCIA, STAFF WRITER

February 22, 2013


Filed under FOCUS

If you’re a functioning member of society, there’s no doubt you’ve witnessed a woman with pixie-cut hair. Seen a lady in pants. Another in boots. Perhaps you’re the woman rocking the short hair and pants. No matter what role you play, it is safe to say that in this day and age seeing a femal...

Men (and women) at work

ELENA KLEIN, FOCUS EDITOR

February 22, 2013


Filed under FOCUS

Though our generation is often told to anticipate seemingly insolvable economic, environmental, and health problems in the near future, I think we’ve still got a lot going for us. We’ve grown up with the internet, TiVo, customizable frozen yogurt bars, and perhaps most important, increased opportun...

Women faced with a hairy situation

Women faced with a hairy situation

MEGAN MCFADYEN-MUNGALL, NEWS EDITOR

February 22, 2013


Filed under FOCUS

Millions of women across America toil endlessly in an attempt to live up to the societal expectation of having silky smooth legs, spending hundreds of dollars each year on leg hair removal. Whether through shaving with a razor, waxing, hair removal cream, or laser hair removal, women in the United Stat...

Taylor needs to take her own advice

Taylor needs to take her own advice

KELSEY TSCHOPP, STAFF WRITER

February 22, 2013


Filed under LIFESTYLES

Taylor Swift is slowly becoming a serial dater and taking over Hollywood.   Taylor Swift is probably the most notorious heartbreaker in Hollywood today. She has had at least ten public relationships in the last few years, most have ended up as material for her songs. Taylor Swift has made her way ...

Chasing the threads: Discover the fascinating facts about your favorite fashions

KILEY ROSSETTER, COPY EDITOR

February 22, 2013


Filed under LIFESTYLES

Chubbies, rompers, Crocs, fur vests. There have been innumerable crazy fashion trends in our lifetime. Years from now, our children will be looking through our old yearbooks and Facebook albums shaking their heads in mortification, just as we do to pictures of our parents from the 1980s. The questio...

Big Brother is still watching

Big Brother is still watching

MARISSA BLOCK and JESSICA KOTNOUR

February 22, 2013


Filed under LIFESTYLES

1984 is the Emma Stone of the library, The Hunger Games of the Cold War, and the Pulp Fiction of books, so it should come as no surprise that Civics teacher David Ballard chose it as his favorite book from his high school days. "I was a junior in high school," said Ballard "[1984] was required for ...

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