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A Film Fest rewind

A Film Fest rewind

ALICE BENEKE, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

May 11, 2015


Filed under LIFESTYLES, REVIEWS

A clip of English department chair Steven Krueger playing the game 2048 flashes across the screen.  A frustrated Krueger attempts to deal with the incompetent leaders as he begs them to find a villain. But the leaders have a better idea—they’re going to lose the video. The 18th annual film fest ...

The public and private school predicament

BRIAN MIN, OPINIONS EDITOR

May 5, 2015


Filed under OPINIONS

Lauding the limited role of government in education, conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh said, “The public school system doesn’t get everybody. Every generation has its rebels.” We, private school students, are the rebels. With only 10% of U.S. students attending private schools,...

Don’t fall into the STEM trap

OLIVER TRAPP, Opinions Editor

May 5, 2015


Filed under Current Issue, OPINIONS

As he scribbled complicated, intricate figures on the board, Dr. Personette began describing the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation. Although, I can confidently say that it is an equation to measure the derivation of pH as a measure of acidity. Yet, at the time, I had no idea what my Chemistry teacher was...

Transitioning from Maughan to the future

AMBER YANG, STAFF WRITER

May 5, 2015


Filed under Uncategorized

An era at Trinity Prep is coming to a closure as current headmaster, Craig Maughan, recently announced his upcoming retirement at the end of the 2015-2016 school year. After having Maughan as a headmaster for 23 years, the Trinity family looks back at the tremendous transformation that Maughan brought...

The Haunting Reality of Human Trafficking

May 5, 2015


Filed under Uncategorized

Ever since the rise of Disneyland, Orlando has garnered a reputation of being a city filled with attractions. Across the world, children attempt to persuade their parents to go to the famed theme parks. To these innocent children, an opportunity to see Mickey Mouse is a dream come true. However, most...

Boston: more than a band

Boston: more than a band

KENDALL ROTAR and SARINA SUTTON

May 5, 2015


Filed under THE BITE

Mainly known for the record breaking hit, “More Than A Feeling,” Boston has made mark on music for decades. Their first album Boston is known as one of the best selling albums in recording history today. Specifically, Gary Pihl has made a name for himself alongside his good friend Tom Scholz. Pihl jum...

Trinity’s Terrific Traditions

Lily Bounds

May 5, 2015


Filed under LIFESTYLES

Trinity is a school that is built on traditions. They show up in our lives everyday; just think about how many times you pass the rock. The traditions are part of what makes our school so special. They help keep the Trinity family connected. I’d be willing to bet that every alumni since the rock came...

Saying farewell to fellow faculty and staff

ZACH WATSON and VIKAS BOMMINENI

May 5, 2015


Filed under NEWS

As the school year comes to an end, members of the Trinity family will be departing. Students come and go every year, but teachers tend to stay much longer as vital parts of the campus atmosphere. This year, Trinity says goodbye to four members of the faculty who have worked for more than 70 yea...

Orlando City sees success

Orlando City sees success

LILY ISRAEL, STAFF WRITER

May 5, 2015


Filed under SPORTS

For more than 25 years, Orlando has been home to only one major league sports team: the Orlando Magic. With the Magic’s diminishing success since 2011 and the ‘Dwightmare,’ local fans have been looking for another team to support. They are overjoyed to have finally found it in the newest Major...

Sophomore standout finds success in weight room

Sophomore standout finds success in weight room

NICK SMITH, STAFF WRITER

May 5, 2015


Filed under SPORTS

     At 3:30 every day, a steady stream of determined students flea from Trinity’s main campus to find sweaty refuge from their studies in the Race Athletic Center weight room.  In October, sophomore Roshane Perera was one of these students and began attending open workouts with some of his friends...

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