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Three singles to listen to this winter

Three singles to listen to this winter

Harper Wilcox, Staff Writer

December 10, 2018


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“Hurt” by Oliver Tree    L.A. based artist Oliver Tree’s style can be described as a mix of alternative, indie, pop and electronic. The singer went viral in 2016, earning him a record deal with Atlantic. He’s very recognizable, touting a razor scooter and a bowl-cut. The singer released his newest...

The latest on Beabadoobee’s new EP

The latest on Beabadoobee’s new EP

HARPER WILCOX, STAFF WRITER

December 10, 2018


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London based artist Beabadoobee (who goes by the name Bea) released her EP Patched Up on December 7. At only 18, Bea–one of 2018’s up-and-coming singers–mixes her soft, high pitched voice with simple notes to create clean and playful songs. She’s definitely an artist to look out for in 2019 ...

“Castlevania” Anime Again Raises Stakes in Netflix Broadcasts

Joseph Paoli, Staff Writer

November 14, 2018


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    It is a universal truth that any critically acclaimed modern show takes an eternity between the end of one season and the beginning of a new one. While this is especially maligned with shows that air on dedicated television stations like Rick & Morty and Game of Thrones, one lesser known e...

The one with all the Thanksgivings: Students celebrate Thanksgiving with their family traditions

The one with all the Thanksgivings: Students celebrate Thanksgiving with their family traditions

Grace Beneke, Lifestyles Editor

November 12, 2018


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The basics to all Thanksgivings: pies, parades and pardons. Thanksgiving is one of the only holidays where families from across the nation can take time to eat and say thanks. With each Thanksgiving table, comes a different set of family traditions. Junior Max Holler, senior Suzie Evans and senior Valarie...

Chris Stirs up Success: From cooking for Julia Child to John Madden, Chris shares his culinary journey

Chris Stirs up Success: From cooking for Julia Child to John Madden, Chris shares his culinary journey

Sidney Seybold, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


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  Most kids have a childhood hero growing up. Whether it be a superhero, a TV character or an actual person, they have a role model they look up to and may even strive to be like. The Trinity Grille’s Chef Manager Chris Behrens looked up to Julia Child, as a kid. She inspired him to become the chef...

Online study guides

Online study guides

Josh Lefkowitz, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018


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  Looking for shortcuts when doing difficult work is human nature. Whether we look for tips on making tasks easier or we attempt to bypass effort altogether, there’s always something that some people like to turn to for help. For English students, support can be found with online study guides,...

A Curious Production: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

A Curious Production: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

Emma Kim, Staff Writer

November 1, 2018


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"The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time", originally a novel written by Mark Haddon, was condensed into a one-act play and ran in the Freitag and Falk theater from Oct. 19-21. The weekly rehearsals for the show started in the middle of August, directed by the Fine Arts Department Chair Janine...

Daily dependencies

GRACE BENEKE, LIFESTYLES EDITOR

October 11, 2018


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   Typically, when people refer of the term “addiction,” they usually think of it in terms of alcohol or drug abuse; however, addictions aren’t always this obvious. They apply to a variety of substances and habits, such as caffeine and video gaming.   The American Society of Addiction Medicine...

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...

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