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The battle against Coronavirus: Orlando faces a testing kit shortage

The battle against Coronavirus: Orlando faces a testing kit shortage

ALEXIS HUANG, Focus Editor

May 8, 2020

With the continued rapid spreading of the coronavirus, Florida has surpassed 20,000 confirmed cases. Dr. Alfred Tirado, an emergency room doctor located just outside of Orlando, has seen over 100 patients who’ve tested positive for Coronavirus come through his hospital’s doors.    “My job...

Coronavirus Exceeds Expectations

Coronavirus Exceeds Expectations

DENIZ BÖLÖNI-TURGUT, FOCUS EDITOR

April 29, 2020

   The COVID-19 pandemic has been at the forefront of every newspaper and press conference since March and isn’t likely to leave the spot above the fold anytime soon. Overwhelmed hospitals and increased stay-at-home orders around the world are leading to complaints from citizens and a growing sen...

Saints give a hand to Habitat

Saints give a hand to Habitat

MANEESH RAJULAPATI, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

Habitat for Humanity has been tied to Trinity for years. The non-profit housing organization works to eliminate substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and  preserving homes. Trinity has been one of the organization’s biggest sponsors and has provided hundreds...

National Women’s History Month

National Women's History Month

Alexis Huang, Focus Editor

March 9, 2020

   The National Domestic Violence Hotline reports that every minute, 24 people in the U.S. face some form of domestic violence. Physician and researcher Martin R. Huecker adds that one in four women and one in seven men will experience physical violence by their intimate partner, and about one in three...

Classrooms Undercover Modern-Day Religious Conflict

Classrooms Undercover Modern-Day Religious Conflict

MANEESH RAJULAPATI, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

Chapel has become a trademark event for every Saint’s Thursday. Students are also able to take religion classes to expand their knowledge. For example, senior Bhrajit Thakur took World Religions this past year.  “Teaching religion gives students an opportunity to interact [and be invested] with foreign...

Justice for Gender Equality

Justice for Gender Equality

MANEESH RAJULAPATI, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

   Even 100 years after the passing of the 19th amendment, which granted women the right to vote, gender inequality remains at large. Indeed, the entrance of the Supreme Court reads “Equal Justice Under Law”, but no legislation has been passed to enforce gender equality. However, the p...

Orlando Has An Affordable Housing Crisis – Here’s Why

Orlando Has An Affordable Housing Crisis - Here's Why

ANDREW BACHRACH, STAFF WRITER

February 11, 2020

A headline for Orlando Weekly Magazine in March 2019 alerted the residents of Orlando to a problem that very few were familiar with: “Orlando is literally the worst place in the country right now for affordable housing.” While this headline may seem like an exaggeration, a report from the Nationa...

Orlando’s urban development

Orlando's urban development

Alexis Huang, Focus Editor

February 7, 2020

From the expansion of I-4 to the construction of new theme parks and high-rise buildings, the city of Orlando has undergone a period of urban development for the past four decades. For many, the concept of growth is often associated with positive changes and sparks feelings of excitement. However, to l...

Classrooms undercover modern-day religious conflict

Alexis Huang, Focus Editor

December 13, 2019

Religious affiliation in the United States is at an all-time low. This declining trend of interest in religion is reflected in the classroom setting. A study by Liverpool Hope University found there has been a 15 percent decrease in students taking religion classes from 2014 to now. The same study...

From Roses to Galentine’s Day

November 1, 2019

Roses Roses are an essential part of Valentine’s Day, as they symbolize love. In Greek mythology, roses were a favorite of Aphrodite, the goddess of love. According to Charenton Macerations, another god, Ares, sent a wild boar to kill Aphrodite’s lover, Adonis. As Aphrodite ran to save him, she was ...

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