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March Et Cetera

March Et Cetera

NATASHA HARALAMBOUS, LIFESTYLES EDITOR

March 21, 2013


Filed under ET CETERA

We’re running out of options

We’re running out of options

KENDALL ROTAR, STAFF WRITER

March 20, 2013


Filed under OPINIONS

The dress code is one of the most controversial topics at this school. Girls and guys alike have things that they do not agree with the dress code. There are two rules that tick them, and me, off the most: the abolishment of running shorts and the sketchy feeling of wearing a sweater to school. Running ...

Stress for success in college admissions

Stress for success in college admissions

NATASHA HARALAMBOUS, LIFESTYLES EDITOR

March 20, 2013


Filed under LIFESTYLES

During what is made out to be the hardest year of their academic lives, juniors are inundated by AP classes, standardized tests, extracurricular activities, and college counseling, not to mention the stress involved in trying to live up to their parents’ expectations and the pressure of being accepted ...

Irksome Qualities of the Campus Love-Birds

Irksome Qualities of the Campus Love-Birds

KENDALL ROTAR and KELSEY TSCHOPP

March 20, 2013


Filed under OPINIONS

When you find yourself constantly listening to your friend’s relationship problems, it’s easy to get extremely bothered. Couples these days have a tendency to shove their relationships in eveyone else’s faces. So, we decided to find the root of the problem and give our advice on how to fix thi...

New albums push artists back into spotlight

New albums push artists back into spotlight

MAX HARLYNKING, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

March 20, 2013


Filed under LIFESTYLES, REVIEWS

2013 is set to be a comeback year for many musicians and bands alike. With several albums coming out this spring that will transform the year’s music spectrum, it’s hard to pick which ones will be the best and brightest. Here are a few upcoming releases that I believe will make a splash in the mo...

Lilley’s creativity blooms: Susan Lilley discusses love poetry on a radio show and talks about her new book and Skylight magazine

Lilley’s creativity blooms: Susan Lilley discusses love poetry on a radio show and talks about her new book and Skylight magazine

ALICE BENEKE, STAFF WRITER

March 14, 2013


Filed under LIFESTYLES

After years of persistent work, English teacher Susan Lilley has finally made a name for herself in the poetry world. She published her first book, Night Windows, in 2006 and published her new book, Satellite Beach, last year. Lilley says the books cover growing up in Florida, relationships, family, ...

Campus Commentary- Burning down the house: students choose misinformation

Campus Commentary- Burning down the house: students choose misinformation

NICHOLAS AMEND, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

March 13, 2013


Filed under NEWS

In today’s polarized political climate, TPS is no exception. With the 2012 presidential election in the rearview mirror and the accompanying politically fueled emotions subsiding to a simmer on campus (albeit an audible simmer due to the recent fiscal cliff and gun control happenings), the community...

Dickson takes on new role in her final softball season

Dickson takes on new role in her final softball season

JACK O'CONNOR, STAFF WRITER

March 12, 2013


Filed under ATHLETE IN THE SPOTLIGHT, SPORTS

Erin Dickson enters her final season of softball with a reconstructed team that seeks leadership. With several graduates gone away to college, the softball program looks to recover and reconfigure their lineup for the future. Dickson began her softball career at the young age of eight. From there she...

New department leaders take the helms

New department leaders take the helms

KAYLI SARPU, STAFF WRITER

March 12, 2013


Filed under NEWS

At the end of the school year, two department chairs and long-standing faculty members will retire. The school has begun filling the vacancies, appointing two current teachers as the head of their departments and starting the search for new teachers to fill the now-vacant roles.   Stewart bullish on Social...

Muller scores a spot on the Quakes roster

Muller scores a spot on the Quakes roster

DANIEL STEIN, STAFF WRITER

March 12, 2013


Filed under SPORTS

Trinity Prep has a reputation as a school that produces academic geniuses. Each year, dozens of students attend the top universities in the country to learn. In 2009, there was no exception. The only difference is that a certain student, Tommy Muller, was not only attending Georgetown University to lear...

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