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Exam survival guide

Exam survival guide

KATIE WRIGHT, MS STAFF WRITER

August 18, 2017


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   It’s that time of year again when the sun is shining bright and the birds are chirping, but you can’t enjoy the start of summer because all the textbooks are piled so high that they cover your windows. Well, there is no more need for stressful study methods because we have some helpful, teacher ...

“Schooling” the middle school

“Schooling” the middle school

MATTHEW MAPA, MS STAFF WRITER

August 18, 2017


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Switching grades is always tough. Whether it’s new teachers, more difficult subjects, the pressure or more homework, almost everyone experiences some difficulty when adjusting to the next grade level. Middle School Counselor Rylan Smith often advises students with academic problems. “They’re...

Incoming seventh grader makes his mark on the school

Incoming seventh grader makes his mark on the school

ZOE MYERS-BOCHNER, STAFF WRITER

August 18, 2017


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  Meet the newest member of the Trinity family, Jackson Bingham.   Bingham is a current seventh-grader, and the newest member of Trinity’s class of 2022. He recently moved to Florida from Baltimore, Maryland, and joined the school at the beginning of the spring semester.   Unlike mos...

The movies and shows that left Netflix this month

The movies and shows that left Netflix this month

HARPER WILCOX, STAFF WRITER

May 18, 2017


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Every day, the internet’s favorite TV and movie streamer introduces and takes away new series and films. This month, the site is taking away over 30 programs to make way for new additions. Here are five favorites leaving this April. 1. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)    The loss of this cla...

Fascinatingly furious: “The Fate of the Furious” review

Fascinatingly furious: “The Fate of the Furious” review

JEFFREY HILL, MS STAFF WRITER

May 2, 2017


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Director Felix Gary Gray brings back the Furious franchise in a new and fresh way; warning about the dangers of technology. The film begins with Dominic Toretto, a.k.a. Dom,  (Vin Diesel) in Havana on his honeymoon, when a dangerous hacker named Cipher (Charlize Theron) turns his world upside down....

8th grader makes a mark on history itself

8th grader makes a mark on history itself

RORY DIX, MS STAFF WRITER

April 5, 2017


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  Most 8th grade students play video games or watch T.V. during their spare time, while Enzo Cunanan reads history books.   Enzo Cunanan, an 8th grader who attends Trinity and has all A’s in school, but after school, Enzo participates on the middle school history bee and bowl team. Enzo...

Netflix’s “Iron Fist” misses the punch with viewers

Netflix’s “Iron Fist” misses the punch with viewers

ALYSIA GARCIA, MS STAFF WRITER

April 5, 2017


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With a 14% on Rotten Tomatoes, Marvel’s “Iron Fist” is not up to par with other Netflix superhero series. Main character Danny Rand, played by Finn Jones, has been missing from his hometown for around 15 years, being presumed dead. He uses his kung-fu ability and his Iron Fist to try to reconne...

“Tale as Old as Time”: a “Beauty and the Beast” Review

“Tale as Old as Time”: a “Beauty and the Beast” Review

JOSEPHINE TU, MS STAFF

April 4, 2017


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   The Disney movie “Beauty and the Beast” was remade beautifully in live-action by director Bill Condon, the man behind movies such as “Dreamgirls” and “Kinsey.” The “tale as old as time” features actress Emma Watson as the main character Belle. The movie is viewed as a classic princess...

Not monkeying around: “Kong: Skull Island” Review

Not monkeying around: “Kong: Skull Island” Review

JEFFREY HILL, MS STAFF WRITER

April 4, 2017


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   Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts turns the character of King Kong on its head in Kong: Skull Island, making the monster the hero rather than the villain.    The year is 1973, and it’s the end of the Vietnam War. Lieutenant Colonel Packard (Samuel L. Jackson) has just been given one more mission to ...

“The Dragon’s Price” is almost worth it

“The Dragon’s Price” is almost worth it

DENIZ BOLONI-TURGUT, MS STAFF

April 4, 2017


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   The Dragon’s Price by Bethany Wiggins, the author of Stung and Cured, is a riveting tale about a young princess tied to a centuries-old spell. She must either give her hand to an enemy prince or give her life to a malicious fire-dragon. While this sounds like a typical fantasy-romance novel, its true value g...

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