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A Click Away From Change

LILY BOUNDS, STAFF WRITER

March 25, 2015


Filed under LIFESTYLES

Walking around the city, taking pictures of strangers and asking them to share deeply personal aspects of their lives sounds like a strange hobby, however, this is one. It sounds more like something that a crazy person would do, but this is what Brandon Stanton does everyday. He runs a blog called Humans...

Aerosmith rocks Donington

Aerosmith rocks Donington

KENDALL ROTAR, THE BITE EDITOR

March 25, 2015


Filed under SHOWCASE, THE BITE

Famous actor James Dean coined, “If a man can bridge the gap between life and death, if he can live after he has died, then maybe he was a great man. Immortality is the only true success.” From the beginning of the jazz age in the twenties to the booming modern music industry today, artists and...

Athletes succeed with differing team dynamics

NICK SMITH, STAFF WRITER

March 25, 2015


Filed under SPORTS

   All year, every year and almost every day, Trinity Prep is bursting at the gates with sports’ practices. From football in the fall, to weightlifting in the winter, to softball in the spring, Trinity hosts 24 varsity sports teams and a plethora of other junior varsity and middle school teams. ...

Come hashtags or high water: A look at the disadvantages of social media

Come hashtags or high water: A look at the disadvantages of social media

CHRISTIAN DANTES, STAFF WRITER

March 25, 2015


Filed under LIFESTYLES

Social media is a unique invention; it is paradoxical in that it is both an invaluable asset and a serious problem. Practically every day the same gripes can be heard about every social media website and app ever created: that they are distractions for students and can have a harmful influence. No matter...

Oscar acceptance speech or charity campaign?

TAYLOR JOHNSON, STAFF WRITER

March 25, 2015


Filed under LIFESTYLES

February 22nd, the 87th Academy Awards was held in Hollywood.  As the spotlight hit center stage, each actor and actress had a total of about one minute to accept his or her award and thank everyone involved in the production.  In the past, winners have taken this time to talk about all of the people...

Feminism does not equal equalism: Feminists aren’t just equalists or humanists

Feminism does not equal equalism: Feminists aren’t just equalists or humanists

BRIAN MIN, OPINIONS EDITOR

March 9, 2015


Filed under OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

During high school, the principal consistently told Eileen Pollack that “girls should never go on in science and math,” according to The New York Times. After teaching herself astronomy and calculus, Eileen Pollack attended Yale University where she remained insecure as the only girl in her...

Artifcial intelligence versus human intelligence: who will win?

Artifcial intelligence versus human intelligence: who will win?

NOOPUR RANGANATHAN, STAFF WRITER

March 9, 2015


Filed under FOCUS

May 11, 1997 was the dawn of a new era for artificial intelligence and perhaps the beginning of the end of human superiority. This was the day International Business Machines Corporation’s (IBM) supercomputer Deep Blue beat Gary Kasparov, the reigning chess champion. Chess is regarded as an intellectual...

Pop goes the measles

Pop goes the measles

ALICE BENEKE, EDITOR IN CHIEF

March 9, 2015


Filed under OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

Disneyland, California, known as the happiest place on Earth, attracts more than 16 million visitors a year. In January, Disney quickly became a hotspot for one of the most infectious airborne diseases, the measles. Since January, there have been more than 141 reported cases of measles all directly...

How to have a healthier happiness

How to have a healthier happiness

AAVNI GUPTA, STAFF WRITER

March 9, 2015


Filed under LIFESTYLES

While watching TV, I throw my fifth empty carton of my favorite cookies and cream ice cream on the ground. It’s been six hours, and I haven’t moved a single inch. I turned to these materialistic things, knowing that they wouldn’t help. When people try to make themselves happy, they tend to...

Conversations with Nicholas Reifler

Conversations with Nicholas Reifler

AMBER YANG, COPY EDITOR

March 9, 2015


Filed under Current Issue, LIFESTYLES

Junior Nicholas Reifler has always had an undying passion for theater. He landed his first role as a rabbit in an elementary school production of The Billy Goats Gruff, and ever since then, he has been fully immersed in the performing arts. From running sound and lights to being the starring role on sta...

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