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KELSEY TSCHOPP

KELSEY TSCHOPP

September 30, 2013


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ERIN MILLER

ERIN MILLER

September 30, 2013


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Erin Miller loves to flex her journalism muscles as adviser for The Trinity Voice. After surviving the cold winters at Northwestern's Medill School, she's happy to pass on her journalism passion to the staff. Aside from spending lots of hours in the Pub Lab, Mrs. Miller loves to lift heavy weights and...

A haze or craze of the VMA’s

A haze or craze of the VMA’s

KENDALL ROTAR, STAFF WRITER

September 26, 2013


Filed under LIFESTYLES

A director yells cut and a restless Taylor Swift rolls her eyes at the fact of having to record another take after all ready giving her all to the 3,000 previous takes. This is just a little portion of what goes into creating a music video. Every year we come to the same point in the fall wher...

Fifteen minutes of ZZ Ward

Fifteen minutes of ZZ Ward

SARINA SUTTON and KENDALL ROTAR

September 20, 2013


Filed under THE BITE

ZZ Ward (born Zsuzsanna Eva Ward) broke onto the music scene with her full-length album Til The Casket Drops in October of last year. Since then the powerful singer has been on the rise, impressing listeners with her unique blend of hip-hop and blues, which she attributes to her musical upbringing as...

Fifteen minutes of Portugal. The Man

Fifteen minutes of Portugal. The Man

SARINA SUTTON and KENDALL ROTAR

September 19, 2013


Filed under THE BITE

Hailing from Wasilla, Alaska, Portugal. The Man has taken the world of alternative music by storm. Although the band’s lineup has changed throughout the years, founding members John Gourley and Zach Carothers have held the group together. The band signed with Atlantic Records and has achieved many...

Pumpkin, spice and everything nice: Fall recipes to perk up your palate

Pumpkin, spice and everything nice: Fall recipes to perk up your palate

AMY LOWNDES, STAFF WRITER

September 19, 2013


Filed under FOCUS

They are popping up on doorsteps with glowing faces, piled high in churchyard patches, and their plasticized cousins clutter the aisles of Target. It is pumpkin season, no doubt. These great orange gourds are inescapable during the fall, yet nowadays most people don’t even think to put them to some ...

Upcoming concerts with a convenient cost

Upcoming concerts with a convenient cost

ALICE BENEKE, STAFF WRITER

September 10, 2013


Filed under LIFESTYLES

September is a busy month for concerts around the Orlando area.  While everyone knows about concert dates for huge artists like Taylor Swift and Beyoncé, smaller or unknown bands often go undetected.  If you like indie music and The Lumineers, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros might be a worthwhile...

Spamalot starts theatre season strongly

Spamalot starts theatre season strongly

MARC LACOGNATA, LIFESTYLES EDITOR

September 4, 2013


Filed under LIFESTYLES, REVIEWS

Over the summer, Theatre Director and Fine Arts Chair Janine Papin directed, through a two-week summer intensive course, Monty Python’s Spamalot and unquestionably took the school’s theatregoers on a theatrical adventure. The course was offered to any high school students, including those from o...

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