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Fifteen Minutes of Terraplane Sun

Fifteen Minutes of Terraplane Sun

SARINA SUTTON, STAFF WRITER

May 10, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

Venice, California musicians Ben Rothbard, Johnny Zambetti, Cecil Campanaro, Gabe Feenberg and Lyle Riddle collectively form Terraplane Sun—the West Coast’s answer for a new group that defies genre barriers. The band's eclectic sound, self-described as “blues indie rock folk dance soul,” is ...

Coral Skies Festival set to bring indie bands to Florida in October

Coral Skies Festival set to bring indie bands to Florida in October

SARINA SUTTON, STAFF WRITER

May 10, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

The thousands of music fans suffering from post concert depression brought on by Tampa’s Big Guava Festival need not despair—the next indie festival, Coral Skies, is already set for October 25 in Tampa and October 26 in West Palm Beach. Following Big Guava’s success (check out our coverage her...

Music fans flood Tampa for Big Guava Festival

Music fans flood Tampa for Big Guava Festival

SARINA SUTTON, STAFF WRITER

May 10, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

Dark rain clouds hovered in the sky on May 3, but that didn’t stop thousands of music lovers from pouring into the Florida State Fairgrounds for a weekend of bands, food and rides at Big Guava Music Festival. As one of the only festivals of this caliber in Florida, the event garnered high expectations...

Women STEM from the norm

Women STEM from the norm

OLIVER TRAPP, Staff Writer

May 2, 2014


Filed under NEWS

In 1949, only 5.5% of students entering medical school were women. Nowadays, that figure has risen to 45.6%. Over the last sixty-five years, many women have been able to defeat the stereotype of domesticity and acquire high-paying professions in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics....

Pinson and Venketsamy venture into retirement

Pinson and Venketsamy venture into retirement

ALEX NEBEL, MANAGING EDITOR

May 1, 2014


Filed under NEWS

Kathleen Pinson Kathleen Pinson was born in Pleasant Valley, New York in 1946. She lived in a Catholic orphanage for two years before she was adopted by her parents, Tony and Mary Quintilian. Pinson is from a family of educators, and it was not long before she entered the field herself. Now, after 42 ye...

Marti Polaski retires after 20 years

Marti Polaski retires after 20 years

BRADLEY HULL, STAFF WRITER

May 1, 2014


Filed under NEWS

Have you ever wondered where all of the pamphlets, Alumni magazines, the Trinity website, advertising for the school and invitations for events come from? Or maybe you   thought they just appeared, but that is far from the case. Anything that is published and leaves the school first goes through...

The new standards of standardized testing

The new standards of standardized testing

BRIAN MIN, Staff Writer

May 1, 2014


Filed under OPINIONS

Since 2005, the SAT has remained unchanged with a 2400 scoring scale and an essay portion. However, with an unexpected move, College Board decided to completely overhaul the SAT beginning in the spring of 2016. The dreaded essay will now become optional, instead of mandatory, while the scor...

Saints spring into season: the football players work to prepare for their spring season

Saints spring into season: the football players work to prepare for their spring season

ELLIECLAIRE GORDON, STAFF WRITER

May 1, 2014


Filed under SPORTS

Carrying the momentum from its 2013 fall season, Trinity Prep’s Varsity football team is thrilled for its annual 2014 spring game against Lake Highland Prep at 7 P.M. on May 22.  The opportunity to play the Highlanders will offer a sneak peek of what is to come in the fall. Junior linebacker Jake Bentley expre...

A conversation with a not-so-average saint

A conversation with a not-so-average saint

EDEN SMALLEY, STAFF WRITER

May 1, 2014


Filed under LIFESTYLES

For this installment of Student in the Spotlight, I sat down with senior Caroline Carney. You may have seen her laughing in the quad, working on the yearbook or cheering on the sidelines at football games. The spirited saint is often described by her peers as someone most likely to brighten your day. ...

Water you doing to save the world?

Water you doing to save the world?

AMY LOWNDES, STAFF WRITER

May 1, 2014


Filed under FOCUS

  The state famous for miles of sparkling blue coastline and sprawling wetlands may not always possess these resources in such abundance. "With all of this water, many people may not realize there is a need to conserve," says the St. John's water management district website. As the Everglades...

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