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1D: What Direction Are They Going In Now?

1D: What Direction Are They Going In Now?

LILY BOUNDS, STAFF WRITER

January 27, 2016


Filed under THE BITE

The past year has been a rollercoaster for boyband, 1 Direction. Much to the dismay of their 3.5 million person fan base, Zayn Malik announced his departure last March. This bombshell lead to another when the other four boys announced that the band would be taking a hiatus after the current tour ended....

Trinity-hosted lacrosse day shows support for John Michael

Trinity-hosted lacrosse day shows support for John Michael

NICK SMITH, SPORTS EDITOR

January 26, 2016


Filed under NEWS, SPORTS

  I woke up on 7:30 on a Saturday.   That by itself is a newsworthy story, but on Jan. 23 I dragged myself out of bed for a good cause. As I arrived at Trinity, I was surprised at the size of the registration line winding itself around the Race Athletic Center. Hundreds of lacrosse players, both ...

Students savor summer trips

VIKAS BOMMINENI, STAFF WRITER

January 23, 2016


Filed under NEWS

From the streets of Baltimore to the highlands of Japan, Trinity Prep had a global presence this past summer. Our faculty and students explored new places and made once-in-a-lifetime experiences in a diverse set of locations. GREECE Avid traveler and history teacher William Milsten took 12 adventuro...

Tick-tock to the original clock

Tick-tock to the original clock

NOOPUR RANGANATHAN, COPY EDITOR

January 23, 2016


Filed under LIFESTYLES

Staying up late to read Murrin for an APUSH exam is something many of us can all relate to. But, the common conception of pulling “all-nighters” in order to yield better test results has been long disproved. While staying up late into the night accounts for more “learning” time, that productivity...

Beyond the frontier- Sir Kroto

Beyond the frontier- Sir Kroto

NOOPUR RANGANATHAN, COPY EDITOR

January 23, 2016


Filed under LIFESTYLES

“People on top of a mountain did not fall there.” This year, The Trinity Voice’s Copy Editor, Noopur Ranganathan presents a series of insightful interviews with pioneers who dared to dream big and changed the world.  It was surreal: going to meet Sir Harold Kroto in person at the David ...

Sia’s struggle with stage fright

Sia’s struggle with stage fright

LILY BOUNDS, STAFF WRITER

January 22, 2016


Filed under THE BITE

You probably know artist Sia Furler by her platinum blonde wig, rather than her face. She’s one of many stars that struggle with stage fright and other less positive side effects of being famous. Sia had her first taste of fame in 2005 when her song “Breathe Me” appeared in the last scene of HBO’s...

Golden Globes steals the “Spotlight”

Golden Globes steals the “Spotlight”

JULIA GIBBONS, STAFF WRITER

January 15, 2016


Filed under THE BITE

   Where is one place that you can see both TV and movie actors under one roof? The Golden Golden Globes, of course! From the beautiful dresses of Jennifer Lawrence to the hilarious antics of Ricky Gervais, the Golden Globes is one of the biggest events of the year. Even though many of us were ups...

People’s Choice Awards Highlights

People’s Choice Awards Highlights

LILY BOUNDS, STAFF WRITER

January 15, 2016


Filed under THE BITE

The People’s Choice Awards 2016 had plenty of surprises and emotional moments. The awards show made many teary eyed, although that could have been from sadness or laughter, and gave audiences a serious sense of deja vu at one point. Jane Lynch hosted the show and opened with a parody of the hit...

The dying culture of holiday celebration

VIKAS BOMMINENI, BUSINESS MANAGER

January 6, 2016


Filed under NEWS

     Each year, youth from a nearby church embrace the role of Christmas carolers and grace my neighborhood with their harmonic voices in the early weeks of December. Yet, Christmas is right around the corner and I didn’t hear the high pitched squeals I’ve come to love over the years. Wh...

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