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Young scientists stand out at symposium

Young scientists stand out at symposium

Zach Watson, Staff Writer

February 26, 2015


Filed under NEWS

Science teacher Lali DeRosier’s Independent Research in the Sciences class recently put on a science research symposium to display each student’s finding on a particular topic. This was the first year of the class, which is an after-school course for upper schoolers. Each student is given the opportunity...

The Summer Set Rocks This Year’s Heavy and Light

The Summer Set Rocks This Year’s Heavy and Light

SARINA SUTTON, STAFF WRITER

February 20, 2015


Filed under THE BITE, Uncategorized

The Bite had the chance to catch up with pop-rock band The Summer Set at this year’s Heavy and Light event put on by the non-profit To Write Love On Her Arms. The intimate night included conversations, hope and performances by singers and survivors alike. We sat down with vocalist Brian Dales and guitarist...

December 2014

February 19, 2015


Filed under ARCHIVES

4 season and 1,000 points later

4 season and 1,000 points later

LILY ISRAEL, STAFF WRITER

February 17, 2015


Filed under SPORTS

The packed crowd fell silent when Eichelberger stepped up to the free-throw line in the third quarter to make what would be his 999th and 1,000th points. Everyone knew that Eichelberger would be reaching a huge milestone in his basketball career, and they all wanted to celebrate that moment with him. 1,000...

February 2015

February 11, 2015


Filed under ARCHIVES, Current Issue, SHOWCASE

Fifteen Minutes of Kris Allen

Fifteen Minutes of Kris Allen

ELIZABETH FENICHEL, STAFF WRITER

February 11, 2015


Filed under THE BITE

  Kris Allen, winner of the eighth season of American Idol, is known for his pop-rock sound.  When he’s not on tour, Allen spends his time with family and friends back home in Arkansas.  Allen is a singer-songwriter, which is reflected in his newest album, Horizons. The Bite was able to s...

Berryhill hits a home run as new head baseball coach

Berryhill hits a home run as new head baseball coach

ELLIECLAIRE GORDON, PHOTO EDITOR

February 10, 2015


Filed under SPORTS

Trinity Prep’s newest staff member Trevor Berryhill has his “bases loaded” for this Spring.  He enters his first season as head coach for the Varsity Baseball team, with the season officially beginning on February 5.  Berryhill recently received the elite invitation to take his team up to Cary,...

Rugged Route to Radicalism

Rugged Route to Radicalism

OLIVER TRAPP, ONLINE EDITOR

February 9, 2015


Filed under OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

During chapel, Chaplain Vinal asks us to bow our heads and join him in prayer. However, this is optional and many students do not engage in the Christian observance. However, no matter what beliefs a student has, they tolerate the religious ceremony with reverence and respect. Because we are immersed...

Baselice builds bridges with Google

Baselice builds bridges with Google

ALISHA RAJAN, LAYOUT EDITOR

February 6, 2015


Filed under NEWS

In her hopes to enhance students’ learning environment both inside and outside of the classroom, middle school math teacher Jennifer Baselice recently became an authorized Google Education Trainer. The Google Education Training authorization is an official “stamp of approval” from Google, assuring...

The slippery slope of stereotyping

JESSICA KOTNOUR, EDITOR-IN-CHEIF

February 6, 2015


Filed under EDITORIALS

When we look at a person, we rarely see them just as who they are. We place them in a group based on their race, ethnicity and a variety of other factors before getting to see the person as an individual. Recently, we have begun to see the negative consequences of this type of thinking. As the United...

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