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The Power of Stan Culture

Amy-Ruth Gyang, Editor October 6, 2021

  Periodt, flop, outsold and spilled: words that dominate the reply section of Twitter’s feeds and are used by millions of users known as stans. The term stan was first used by Eminem, on his third...

Procrastination: The ultimate form of self-sabotage

Procrastination: The ultimate form of self-sabotage

Sarah Zehnder, Lifestyles Editor October 6, 2021

   Summer break is two and a half months long. Summer assignments, although they require work and diligence, are very achievable to complete in that time frame. However, students still find themselves...

Billionaire Space Race Takes Off

Billionaire Space Race Takes Off

Their competition exposes the ethical dilemmas of space tourism.
Taylor Riley, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

   It’s been over 50 years since humans first stepped foot on the moon, but the space race is far from over. Only this time, instead of the United States competing against the Soviet Union, it’s...

Friday Night Date with WandaVision

Friday Night Date with WandaVision

Sivi Ward, Intro Writer August 25, 2021

For sitcom and superhero lovers alike, the new Marvel show “WandaVision” captivated audiences this year. “WandaVision” follows the lives of a super-powered family: Wanda, her husband Vision, and...

Morning Routine Dos and Donts

Morning Routine Dos and Don’ts

How can your morning routine affect the rest of your day?

   The U.S. Centers for Disease Control recommends that teenagers need eight to 10 hours of sleep each night to maintain optimal health. How many of us can claim to have logged that many when our alarms...

8th grader Jacqueline Stenzel, who came to Trinity at the start of the second semester, enjoys a socially distant lunch with her friends.

New Additions and Tricky Transitions

How new students adjust mid-year with Covid Restrictions
Peyton Alch , Intro Writer May 19, 2021

The second semester has hit the ground running- this time with six new students in tow.  Eight graders Ashley Cao and Jacqueline Stenzel are just two of those six new additions to the student body....

Living in the Past or Protecting the Future?

How School COVID Guidelines Have Changed
Meriwether Ruby, Intro Writer May 19, 2021

After a full year of the COVID-19 pandemic, cases are finally starting to drop, vaccines are becoming more widespread, and rules are becoming more relaxed. According to the CDC, more than 15% of Americans...

Senior Molly Halladay-Glynn and junior Kaley Frye wear black face masks while performing in Dracula A Comedy of Terrors.

Muffled Voices

How Face Masks Have Impacted Musical Theater and Choir
Iris Lei, Intro Writer May 3, 2021

On March 10, 2020, 60 people attended the Skagit Valley Chorale rehearsal in Mount Vernon, Washington, with 45 emerging ill and two dead. Three days later, Trump announced that COVID-19 was a national...

Seventh grader Austin Koepke holds his dog, Lola, who he adopted during the pandemic.

Animal Companions Help Cure Loneliness in Quarantine

Ethan Nguyen, Intro Writer April 30, 2021

The isolation of quarantine is a challenge many can relate to now. Like many students last spring break, eighth grader Iris Lei faced her own hardships with the lack of social interaction. Just before...

Chris Behrens hands a pre-made meal beneath plexiglass to a student. The plexiglass and pre-made meals are two of the many adjustments made to the Grille since the pandemic.

Grille Shifts to a COVID-friendly Environment

Morgan McCreary, Intro Writer April 21, 2021

For years, students have crowded into the Grille to enjoy a vast selection of foods, whether it be a sandwich, a salad from the salad bar, or a new selection from the hot food line. However, like many...

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