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Birds forced to flee the nest

Birds forced to flee the nest

Will Langdon, Staff Writer

December 17, 2018


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 In order to install the new lights on Hubbard Field, Trinity had to move more than just concrete and bulbs.   It had to move a nest of ospreys.   The ospreys established nests and had been there for a few years. However, when the new lights were installed, theses nests were destroyed....

Students attend YALLFest’s eighth chapter

Students attend YALLFest’s eighth chapter

Emma Kim, Staff Writer

December 12, 2018


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  Trinity hosted its fourth student trip to the Charleston Young Adult Book Festival on Nov. 9-10. The annual event gives students the opportunity to meet many of their favorite authors.   English teacher Georgia Parker learned about the festival five years ago and began hosting the trips a year l...

Trinity toy drive switches to support Kids Beating Cancer

Trinity toy drive switches to support Kids Beating Cancer

Amy Qiao, Staff Writer

December 12, 2018


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   This holiday, Counseling Administrative Assistant Mandy Mulloy gathered a general consensus from all advisories regarding whether or not to switch the annual holiday toy drives from Toys for Tots to Kids Beating Cancer. More than 80 percent of the votes favored fundraising for Kids Beating Cancer. ...

Testing Alternative Assessments

Testing Alternative Assessments

Josh Lefkowitz, Staff Writer

December 12, 2018


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Several teachers are forgoing semester exams for their classes. Ten high school classes are not preparing them: four of them English classes, four science classes and two world language classes. Department chairs, such as English Department Chair Steven Krueger and Science Department Chair Max Meyer,...

New Buddies On Campus

New Buddies On Campus

Amy Qiao, Staff Writer

December 4, 2018


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  Best Buddies is a renowned international organization that many high schools in America now partner with to provide opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.   This year, Sophomore Emma Davey started her own Best Buddies club at Trinity and now advocates w...

Advisors reinvent their role:

Advisors reinvent their role:

Elizabeth Ugan and Emma Kim

November 12, 2018


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Trinity has implemented changes to make the role of advisers more prominent. These changes include advisers sitting with their advisees during chapel and forming a closer relationship with parents through one-on-one meetings. While the changes to chapel seating came as a surprise to students at the beginning...

Jubilee honors Trinity’s past and future

Jubilee honors Trinity’s past and future

Olivia Demetriades, Layout Editor

November 12, 2018


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   Parents, faculty and alumni celebrated Trinity’s 50-year milestone at the Golden Jubilee on Saturday, Sept. 15. The culminating event of the week’s 50th anniversary celebration featured music, dancing and a special program to commemorate the school through the years. The Jubilee,...

From Hong Kong to the Quad

From Hong Kong to the Quad

Alexandre Spallone, Business Manager

November 12, 2018


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  Junior Chin Bon Leung, known on campus as Jordan, has traveled 9000 miles to join the Trinity family. After flying from Hong Kong to Orlando, Jordan said he is happy to be in the U.S. and is reflecting on his first three months studying at a new high-school. When looking back at his time living...

Cutoff on Powderpuff: Powderpuff faces new safety regulations and rules regarding performance content

Cutoff on Powderpuff: Powderpuff faces new safety regulations and rules regarding performance content

Amy Qiao, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


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  While cowboy hats are flung into the air and plaid skirts are flounced around the RAC, the audience goes wild as the lights dim down. In the midst of all the chaos, students jam out to the latest hits of Big Time Rush and Beyoncé while the Powderpuff boys are also tossed 15 feet in the air. Howe...

50 Years of the Trinity Family: Students Throw It Back to ’68

50 Years of the Trinity Family: Students Throw It Back to ’68

ELIZABETH UGAN, NEWS EDITOR

October 15, 2018


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  Half a century into its existence, Trinity celebrated 50 years of learning, service and tradition on Sept. 12 through 15. The four days of festivities were meant to reach out to students, parents, staff and alumni, all of whom were able to partake in the celebration and gain their own perspectives...

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