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Female empowerment in music: Halsey’s “Nightmare” draws upon personal experience to reject the patriarchy

Female empowerment in music: Halsey’s “Nightmare” draws upon personal experience to reject the patriarchy

HARPER WILCOX, STAFF WRITER

May 23, 2019


Filed under LIFESTYLES, REVIEWS, THE BITE

   Ashley Frangipane, also known as Halsey, is a 24-year-old singer who has been gaining a lot of traction in the media recently. Throughout her career, she has witnessed discrimination as a woman and a member of the LGBT+ community. “Nightmare,” her new single, takes her rage towards sexism a...

The Next Steps for Marvel

Elizabeth Ugan, Editor-In-Chief

May 22, 2019


Filed under LIFESTYLES

  The release of Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame was probably more successful than anyone could have hoped for. Already grossing over $2.49 billion worldwide, Avengers: Endgame has become the second highest grossing film of all time behind Avatar. The movie was well-received among many and provided a new p...

The 2019 Film Fest Highlight Reel

Carly Swain and Drew Miller

May 15, 2019


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    Trinity Preparatory School’s 22nd annual film festival had something for everyone, from a foreign language flick to a Jimmy Buffett-inspired cheeseburger cartoon. Orchestrated by seniors Cameron Miner and Elizabeth Gordon to benefit United Cerebral Palsy, film fest was a night of entertainme...

Lopez excels in forensic science scene

Lopez excels in forensic science scene

Sidney Seybold, Staff Writer

March 27, 2019


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   On January 15, 1974, in Wichita, Kansas, four people were violently murdered in their home, two of them children. This was the beginning of a 17-year murder spree, which left 10 Wichita natives dead. The killer, Dennis Rader, also known as the “BTK killer” would bind and torture his victims b...

The fight for what’s right: students use their voices to advocate for women’s rights

The fight for what’s right: students use their voices to advocate for women’s rights

Grace Beneke, Lifestyles Editor

March 27, 2019


Filed under LIFESTYLES, SHOWCASE

In 1987, Jimmy Carter declared the month of March as International Women’s History Month, and there is a Presidential Proclamation which honors the remarkable achievements of American Women. Whether it is being aware of these issues or actively participating to make a change in the issue at hand, Trinity...

Reading Between the Lines

Josh Lefkowitz, Staff Writer

March 13, 2019


Filed under LIFESTYLES, Uncategorized

  Reading is a life skill most Americans use every day, whether they are skimming a menu, examining a price tag, or glancing at a road sign. However, it is not as common in this generation to see much of our population reading for fun, especially with technology advancing to leave paper books behind. ...

Lego Movie 2 Constructs a Great Film on Layers of Nostalgia and Witty Writing

Lego Movie 2 Constructs a Great Film on Layers of Nostalgia and Witty Writing

Joseph Paoli, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019


Filed under REVIEWS, SHOWCASE, THE BITE

   As with its predecessor, Lego Movie 2: The Second Part combines childish and satirical humor in such a way that teens can genuinely enjoy it and their younger friends can still follow along with the story, even if they don’t understand all of the allusions made in the film.    Lego Movie 2’...

Tabirian redefines the sphere of astrophysics: Student presents scientific interpretation to Stanford students

Grace Beneke, Lifestyles Editor

February 11, 2019


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    While most people look up to the stars for their hopes and horoscopes, others, like junior Levon Tabirian, actually study the universe. Tabirian worked months on writing a research paper that proposed another explanation for a common phenomenon.    “[The paper] is e...

Customs and cultures in the new year

Customs and cultures in the new year

Emma Kim, Staff Writer

February 8, 2019


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   Many students and their families stayed up on the night of Dec. 31 to gather outside and celebrate the new year with fireworks as the clock struck midnight. However, for some others, another new year’s celebration took place on Feb. 5 — Lunar New Year. Lunar New Year marks the beginning of a ne...

Very special valentine gift ideas

Grace Beneke, Lifestyles Editor

February 8, 2019


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  Valentine's day is overhyped with the idea of gifts, dinners and romantic movies with someone who is more than a friend; however, giving presents to your friends and peers can be more meaningful. Instead of buying flowers and chocolates for each other, here are some thoughtful gifts that you can g...

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