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Oh, the places you’ll row!

LEXIE GARCIA, STAFF WRITER

April 29, 2014


Filed under FOCUS

Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink—but plenty to dip your toes in! If you get bit by the travel bug this summer and find yourself drawn to the sea, don’t look any further.  Here are five stand-out spots with aquatics grand enough to make a sailor blush. 1. Corfu, Greece Oh, Corfu....

Keeping up with the current events

Keeping up with the current events

SIRISHA GADDIPATI, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

April 28, 2014


Filed under LIFESTYLES

It recently hit me that in the next presidential election, my classmates and I will be eligible voters, and many of us have no clue of this power we will possess in this world. In fact, many of us have no clue about the world at all.  This problem is not limited to the upperclassman: A 2007 study conducted...

Seniors rack up the commitments

Seniors rack up the commitments

SCOTT STINSON, STAFF WRITER

April 28, 2014


Filed under SPORTS

Trinity Prep’s class of 2014 boasts ten athletes who have committed to play their respective sports at the next level. The collegiate commits cover seven different sports, ranging from diving to squash. There are the big names, such as Auburn University and Cornell University, and there are more regionally...

The future doesn’t look bright

JACK MEEKS, Staff Writer

April 28, 2014


Filed under OPINIONS

Saying that Trinity students study hard everyday is an understatement. More than 70% of students are involved in a Trinity sponsored athletic team. Some travel on the weekends to forensics tournaments and still have homework to do when they return. They may go to the Habitat House on Saturday mornings,...

Wrap your mind around mental health

Wrap your mind around mental health

KELSEY TSCHOPP, STAFF WRITER

April 28, 2014


Filed under LIFESTYLES

According to the World Health Organization, “one in four people will be affected by mental disorders at some point in their lives,” but mental health is something everyone has to deal with, and it should be treated just as seriously as physical health. There are various ways to keep your mind...

Baseball team is Cooke-ing up a Hale-storm

Baseball team is Cooke-ing up a Hale-storm

ROGER HOLLER IV, STAFF WRITER

April 28, 2014


Filed under SPORTS

To be called a “National Champion” would be exhilarating, but to share the title with your best friend would make it that much sweeter.  For Billy Cooke and Austin Hale, that dream is a reality. These senior teammates have played baseball together for their entire lives and recieved the National...

The King and I Review

The King and I Review

NATASHA HARALAMBOUS

April 22, 2014


Filed under LIFESTYLES, REVIEWS

During the weekend of April 10, the theater department’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I delighted audiences with its portrayal of a true story of a bitter, yet funny and heartwarming relationship between two people of dramatically different cultural backgrounds. In the musical, whi...

Headmaster’s Day

Headmaster’s Day

TROY DEAL IV, News Editor

April 17, 2014


Filed under NEWS

This year's Headmaster's Day was filled with smiles and competitive fun.  From the rocket launch to the rope pull, a much needed break from daily classes gave life to the student body.

Fifteen minutes of Lydia

Fifteen minutes of Lydia

SARINA SUTTON and KENDALL ROTAR

April 1, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

Arizona indie-rock band Lydia has been making huge waves in the music world recently. The Bite got to chat with members Leighton Antelman, Justin Camacho and Matt Keller before their sold-out show at The Social on March 26 about touring, the music industry and hidden talents. What’s been your favorite part of t...

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