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Second chapter opens for Author Fest

Second chapter opens for Author Fest

DENIZ BOLONI-TURGUT, MS STAFF WRITER
August 18, 2017
Filed under NEWS

   Authors are often unknown faces hidden behind the covers of books, but on Friday, April 7, Author Fest provided the community a unique opportunity to meet the person behind the magic.    Nineteen authors attended the event in the school library, so there were many new books and series to choose...

One last visiting author hurrah

AMY SUKSERM, LAYOUT EDITOR
April 20, 2017
Filed under NEWS

April 11 marked the conclusion of the visiting writer series for the 2016-17 school year. Faculty and students all gathered in the Kranze room on Tuesday night to listen to poet Terry Thaxton read works from her books “Getaway Girl” and “The Terrible Wife.”   Before she began reading he...

From Dharamsala to Winter Park

VALERIE TRAPP, VIDEO/BROADCAST EDITOR
April 13, 2017
Filed under NEWS

    “Raise your hands if you have seen a doctor before. Raise your hands if you have seen a Buddhist monk. Now, raise your hands if you have ever seen a doctor/Buddhist monk.”   Dr. Barry Kerzin looked out on the auditorium on April 13, 2017, as students failed to raise their ha...

Bridging the gap to future cross country endeavors

ISHAN PERERA, STAFF WRITER
February 9, 2017
Filed under NEWS, Uncategorized

Recently, the wooded area behind Holloway has undergone massive development. Upon returning from winter break, students noticed non-stop construction going on behind Holloway hall. With the cross-country team receiving its fourth state championship win, Trinity decided to upgrade the team’s current...

Massimino gives an out of this world speech

Massimino gives an out of this world speech

ALEXANDRE SPALLONE, STAFF WRITER
January 23, 2017
Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

On January 12 2016, Columbia University professor and former NASA astronaut Michael J. Massimino visited Trinity to discuss his impressive career. Massimino’s story is one of perseverance. When he was six, he watched Neil Armstrong land on the moon, inspiring him to decide to pursue a career as an...

Sorry to break it to you

VIKAS BOMMINENI, NEWS EDITOR
January 23, 2017
Filed under NEWS

Just like every other crazy goal, you will definitely break your New Year’s resolution this year. You’re going to overreach and your short-term goal of dieting for a month will shrink to 2 weeks. And then disappear altogether.   Here are the 5 most common reasons your failure is inevitable: ...

Singers and musicians hit the right note

Singers and musicians hit the right note

VIKAS BOMMINENI, NEWS EDITOR
December 15, 2016
Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

   Eight talented Trinity musicians came, saw and then conquered. At the Florida Music Educators Association Conference in Tampa in their all-state ensembles, these music aficionados were selected to perform based on a written musicianship test and sight-reading music. Ranging from playing the ukulel...

’Tis the season for Toys for Tots

’Tis the season for Toys for Tots

ALEXANDRE SPALLONE, STAFF WRITER
December 15, 2016
Filed under NEWS

The Toys for Tots is beginning its winter fundraiser in the greater Orlando area. The U.S. Marine Corps manages the toys. Its goal of the annual program is to help spread the joy and magic of the Christmas season to families by providing gifts for children who are less fortunate. A quick trip to any...

Flipping out for the Film Festival

Flipping out for the Film Festival

ISHAN PERERA, STAFF WRITER
December 9, 2016
Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

Out of the shadows of the beach house appeared a ghastly figure that seized the audience with terror. The Enzian Theater showcased its 25th annual Brouhaha Film Festival from Nov. 19 to Nov. 20 in Maitland, Fl. Out of the 60 films premiering, Trinity was able to squeeze in close to ten percent of...

Life, liberty and the pursuit of Kendama

Life, liberty and the pursuit of Kendama

ISHAN PERERA, STAFF WRITER
November 4, 2016
Filed under NEWS

Kendamas are the latest craze at Trinity that  have sprung up from the heels of water bottle flipping, and they are reminiscent of the Silly Bandz fad of 2010. So, are Kendamas short-lived, or are they here to stay on the Trinity campus? Over the summer, sophomore Philip Clarke travelled to Japan...

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