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Much more than just a holiday

OLIVER TRAPP, OPINIONS EDITOR

March 10, 2016


Filed under Current Issue, EDITORIALS, OPINIONS

There is no greater feeling than waking up on a Monday morning and realizing that you have the day off. With the dreaded daily routine on hold, we have the freedom to stay a little (or a lot) longer in bed, letting the pulse of the weekend peacefully leave us. For the typical, busy student, a holiday...

Kim Jong Un: the small dictator who cried wolf

Kim Jong Un: the small dictator who cried wolf

VALERIE TRAPP, STAFF WRITER

March 10, 2016


Filed under OPINIONS

   Though North Korean legend has it that a double rainbow and a new shining star heralded the birth of Kim Jong Un as he rode in on clouds, the country itself is far from stellar. Plagued by poverty, repression of human rights and a tyrannical dictator, the inhabitants of Pyongyang live hungry and r...

An inside look at new students on campus

An inside look at new students on campus

AMY SUKSERM and VIKAS BOMMINENI

March 10, 2016


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

   After a short winter hiatus, Trinity Prep is back in session—this time with three new students.    6th grader Shraddha Bhatia, 8th grader Nicholas Bergman and 9th grader Valentyna Willard hit a running start as they take on the challenging transition of starting a new school in the middle ...

SAG Awards or Diversity Awards?

LILY BOUNDS, staff writer

March 10, 2016


Filed under THE BITE

Last Saturday night brought the 22nd annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards and a refreshingly diverse group of nominees. With many actors threatening to boycott the Oscars because of its lack of diversity, it has been an interesting awards season so far. The SAG Awards and its list of nominees could...

Impact of social media on college admissions

NOOPUR RANGANATHAN, COPY EDITOR

March 10, 2016


Filed under OPINIONS

“Let’s hang out”: an everyday line that immediately brings up the classic image of a group of teens getting together after school at a neighborhood café or someone’s house. But today that image has changed. Today’s tech savvy teens “hang” in virtual space. Their “group” is comprised...

What your doctor doesn’t know can hurt you

What your doctor doesn’t know can hurt you

AMY SUKSERM, NEWS EDITOR

March 10, 2016


Filed under NEWS

   A man with dark brown hair pushed to the side dawned in a bright white lab coat with a stethoscope hanging out of his right pocket. He hands his patient a piece of paper with instructions regarding the proper dosage of her medication that she is to take for the next two weeks. He puts it in her han...

15 Minutes of SWMRS

15 Minutes of SWMRS

ELIZABETH FENICHEL, BITE EDITER

March 9, 2016


Filed under Uncategorized

  SWMRS, pronounced swimmers, is a punk-rock band with a beach vibe twist.  Originating from Oakland, California; the band’s music is fast paced enough to get you dancing and yet still could be considered chill.  The Bite had the chance to chat with one of the lead vocalists, Max Becker, before S...

“Fuller House” Review

“Fuller House” Review

ALLIE STEIN, STAFF WRITER

March 9, 2016


Filed under THE BITE

   “Full House” was one of the most beloved TV shows during the late 80s and throughout the 90s and has still remained one of the most popular shows due to its success of late night reruns. In August, 2014, there were rumors that there would be a spin-off series created. John Stamos, who playe...

Bake-Off and College Fair

VIKAS BOMMINENI, BUSINESS MANAGER

March 4, 2016


Filed under NEWS

  Bake off On March 18th, brownies, scones, banana bread, and other delicacies from culinary chefs of different backgrounds will be judged on our campus. The Trinity Literary Society (TLS) is hosting its annual Iron Chef Bake-off to raise money for club activities, such as the visiting a...

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