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Addressing allergies at the Grille

Addressing allergies at the Grille

Josh Lefkowitz, Staff Writer

September 14, 2018


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  Lunchtime is a much-needed reprieve from the stress and hard work of schooling. Students like senior Joshua Gerstein wait in long lines and large crowds in the Grille, sometimes for twenty minutes, to get the new item on the menu, whether it’s food from the salad bar, custom-made sandwiches or ...

Seeing double? : A twin’s perspective of living with their other half

Sidney Seybold, Staff Writer

September 12, 2018


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One might describe twins as two peas in a pod; it’s just a part of growing up. Siblings are raised together and become their own people, but twins have it harder when it comes to being individuals. They experience constant comparison and competition that most other siblings don’t face.    Eighth grade identic...

Around the world in 71 days

GRACE BENEKE, LIFESTYLES EDITOR

September 12, 2018


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  If someone were to encounter junior Harrison Burke over the summer, they would have found him walking around the cobblestoned streets of Italy or volunteering at hospitals in Tanzania.   “At the beginning of the summer, I vacationed to Southern Italy and Sicily on a trip with Trinity,” B...

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

Matthew Mapa, Staff Writer

May 29, 2018


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   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...

Genius Junior

VALERIE TRAPP, VIDEO/BROADCAST EDITOR

May 3, 2018


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   “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: “...

The search for a summer job

ELIZABETH FENICHEL, MANAGING EDITOR

May 3, 2018


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   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

GRACE BENEKE, LIFESTYLES EDITOR

May 3, 2018


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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...

Get To Know Your Student Council Officers

Lily Israel, Managing Editor

May 3, 2018


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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...

Decluttering the diminutive: How organizing the small things can make a big impact

Matthew Mapa, FOCUS EDITOR

May 3, 2018


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   When thinking of procrastination, the first thing that comes to mind is schoolwork. Teachers can always be counted on to urge their students to start studying early and refrain from cramming or starting assignments mere days before the due date.    Organization, while seen as important, lacks the same em...

5 Indie Films You Must Watch!

Samy Asfoor, Staff Writer

April 26, 2018


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1. The Shape of Water “The Shape of Water” is partly a code-scrambled fairy tale, partly a genetically modified monster movie, and altogether wonderful,” famed movie critic A. O. Scott said. “The most welcome and notable thing about The Shape of Water is its generosity of spirit, which extends...

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