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Taylor Swift shifts to Pop with new album, 1989

TAYLOR JOHNSON, STAFF WRITER

November 24, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

Country artist Taylor Swift has completely shifted genres with her newest pop album, 1989.  Although Swift has changed her music and her sound, her lyrics have remained consistent.  Boys, the main topic of her five albums, continue to be her inspiration.  In this album specifically, Harry Styles, One Dir...

Saints sprint toward a State Championship

Saints sprint toward a State Championship

ELLIECLAIRE GORDON, PHOTO EDITOR

November 24, 2014


Filed under SPORTS, Uncategorized

As the Trinity Prep Boys Varsity Cross-Country team lined up for their most important race of the season, they knew they would have to execute.  The Saints travelled to Apalachee Regional Park in Tallahassee on November 15 to compete in the class 2A cross-country State Championship.  Unlike most sports,...

Mary Lambert finds secret to success with new single

Mary Lambert finds secret to success with new single

ELIZABETH FENICHEL, STAFF WRITER

November 19, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

Abused and bullied as a child, Mary Lambert was able to turn the darkest part of her life into success in the music industry.   Lambert had released a few singles, but it wasn’t until being featured in Mackelmore and Ryan Lewis’s Grammy-winning song “Same Love” that her name, or more accurately...

Hippity hop! Here comes Harvey

EDEN SMALLEY, LIFESTYLES EDITOR

November 17, 2014


Filed under LIFESTYLES

Early November, the Trinity theatre department opened its season with a high school performance the charming comedy-drama, Harvey by Mary Chase. Performed October 30- November 2 and directed by Donna Walker, the play follows the affable Elwood P. Dowd (played by senior Thomas Kilger) as his family...

Coral Skies takes over West Palm Beach

Coral Skies takes over West Palm Beach

KENDALL ROTAR and SARINA SUTTON

November 14, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

On Sunday, Oct. 26 Coral Skies Music Festival rolled into West Palm Beach for a fun-filled day of music, art, food and heat. Music lovers from all over the state and beyond flooded to the Cruzan Amphitheater to get a taste of what Coral Skies had to offer, and they were left satisfied. From sultry band Ci...

Lu and Shusterman are unwinding legends

Lu and Shusterman are unwinding legends

AMY SUKSERM, STAFF WRITER

November 14, 2014


Filed under NEWS

The Legend    Enthusiastic readers of all ages lined up outside B & L Books after school on Friday, October 10 to get autographs and exchange a few “hellos” with young adult writer Marie Lu. Despite the chain of people stretching all the way down the plaza, spirits still remained high. The at...

Taylor Swift shifts to pop with new album, 1989

Taylor Swift shifts to pop with new album, 1989

November 13, 2014


Filed under THE BITE

Country artist Taylor Swift has completely shifted genres with her newest pop album, 1989.  Although Swift has changed her music and her sound, her lyrics have remained consistent.  Boys, the main topic of her five albums, continue to be her inspiration.  In this album specifically, Harry Styles, ...

Change makes the world go round

JESSICA KOTNOUR, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

November 13, 2014


Filed under FOCUS

Four years ago, I sat down to fill out my four-year plan.  Ignoring the advice to fill it out in pencil, I wrote in ink the classes that I would take before I graduated.  I was to spend my high school career taking AP sciences and never having a free period.  I vowed to fulfill my fine arts requirement...

We can do it

We can do it

SHEA PERERA, STAFF WRITER

November 12, 2014


Filed under FOCUS

Tears rolled down from the audience’s eyes as Emma Watson stood behind the podium voicing her opinion about women’s rights. When Watson attended the recent U.N. conference, she introduced the “HeforShe” campaign, a movement supporting gender equality. “[Women’s rights] is an important...

Food for thought

Food for thought

AAVNI GUPTA, STAFF WRITER

November 12, 2014


Filed under OPINIONS

I rushed into the Grille, hoping to get the last of the pasta before it ran out...but I didn’t make it in time; and I met a blank tray, while my stomach growled. The Grille has a lot of food, but there isn’t a lot of variety for students who have food allergies or people who can’t eat meat. Currently,...

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