The Trinity Voice

Sizing up the scores: Reviewing the soundtracks of Broadway’s new musicals and revivals

Matthew Mapa, Staff Writer

May 29, 2018

Filed under LIFESTYLES

   After the Tony nominations were announced on May 1, excitement has been building. Arguably the most important categories, the competition for Best Musical and Best Revival of a Musical, are incredibly tight this year. The nominees for Best Musical include “Frozen: The Broadway Musical,” “Mea...

Brain Vacation


May 23, 2018

Filed under NEWS

   With the school year finally wrapping up and coming to an end, students are eager to begin what is sure to be a relaxing summer with as little school related work as possible. This much can be expected after nine months of new information and hard work, and it is well deserved by students and t...

Three albums to look forward to this summer

Three albums to look forward to this summer


May 21, 2018

Filed under THE BITE

Nicki Minaj: "Queen" As one of the best female rappers in the game, Nicki Minaj has announced that her album "Queen" will be released on June 15th. Minaj rose to popularity following her release of Pink Friday in 2010. Minaj holds the title of the female artist with the most tracks to have graced the Billbo...

Keepin’ Up with Kelly

May 3, 2018

Filed under Uncategorized

For this year's satire issue, Valerie Trapp '18 gives you an inside look on the highly dramatic life of living Trinity legend Kelly Aull. Be prepared for student fights, heightened emotions, and Midwestern charm.

Genius Junior


May 3, 2018

Filed under LIFESTYLES

   “Ever since I was maybe an old toddler, I’ve had the audiographic memory.”    Sixth grader Ashley Headrick has always been good at remembering things—whether it be movie quotes or funny jokes—so much so that last year, she earned a coveted spot on NBC’s newest game show: “...

Lessons a textbook can’t teach

Alexandra Lipton, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

May 3, 2018

Filed under OPINIONS

  At this point in the year, the senior class is buzzing with anticipation: APs are quickly approaching, graduation is scarcely a month away and the reality of moving out is sinking in. Despite all of the excitement that pushes seniors out of Trinity’s doors, the class of 2018 can’t help but ...

The search for a summer job


May 3, 2018

Filed under LIFESTYLES

   At this point in the year, there is one thing on just about every student’s mind: summer!  However, for every 100 students you ask, you will probably get 100 different answers for how they’re spending their summer.  Some go to sleepaway camp, take a summer class, travel with family, and surpris...

School’s out: Students seeks summer plans


May 3, 2018

Filed under LIFESTYLES

Hayden Lehr    Freshman Hayden Lehr will stay in the heart of New York City, studying fashion at New York University for a summer program. She will be taking classes, learning about design and getting a small taste of the college experience.    “The course I’m taking is Fashion Design at New York Uni...

Learning to let go of toxic friendship: Some friendships are not worth saving.

Learning to let go of toxic friendship: Some friendships are not worth saving.

Carly Swain, Editor-in-Chief

May 3, 2018

Filed under FOCUS

  Teenagers are often told to weather the storm. They are encouraged to take the bad with the good and to accept what cannot be changed. In many cases, this resilient and easygoing attitude is completely appropriate, if not necessary, in life.   It is important to love friends for who they are, especiall...

Get To Know Your Student Council Officers

Lily Israel, Managing Editor

May 3, 2018


President Eli Finkelstein   Eli Finkelstein has only been at Trinity for three years, but he has already made an immense impact on the school. He has spent the last two years leading the Class of 2019 as the sophomore and junior class president. Finkelstein believes being on student council is just one o...

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