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Driscoll poses in front of the collected supplies. Most donors chose to give directly through her Amazon wishlist with the supplies being shipped directly to her house.

Students Organize Foster Care Drive

OLIVER JOHNSON, Staff Writer March 29, 2021

After returning from winter break, members of the Foster Care Connection Club organized their first supply drive. From the 25th to the 28th of January, the club collected baby supplies here on campus....

Unemployment System Leaves Over 1 Million Without Benefits

Unemployment System Leaves Over 1 Million Without Benefits

AVA SAVINO, STAFF WRITER March 29, 2021

   When social science teacher Brandon Burmeister’s neighbor lost her job due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she immediately filed to receive unemployment benefits. Not only did it take her three months...

What's Up with the Stock Market?

What’s Up with the Stock Market?

Market signals economic growth despite troubling events in the world
AVA SAVINO, STAFF WRITER March 29, 2021

   When Senior Rom Peles purchased stocks of a company, he knew that he was taking a huge gamble with his money. If the company performed poorly, he could lose large portions of his money, but if it...

Trinity Releases New COVID-19 Protocols for Travel

Trinity Releases New COVID-19 Protocols for Travel

AVA SAVINO, STAFF WRITER March 29, 2021

   When COVID-19 cases started to rise earlier this year, spring and summer vacation plans were forced to be modified or cancelled. Now as the holiday season comes around, people are more compelled to...

Junior Jordan Alch hands her saliva sample to a UCF researcher, who will then neutralize the
sample, killing any live virus present.

A Timely Test for Trinity

UCF Research Study Brings COVID-19 Testing to Campus
Andrew Bachrach, News Editor March 10, 2021

   Testing for the coronavirus has become a battlefield, as availability is few and far between across the country. Americans have had to drive dozens of miles just to produce a sample, and it may take...

Local Journalism on the Decline

Jack Ververis, Staff Writer March 10, 2021

   In a 2004 Wired article,  associate professor Adam L. Penenberg warned about the effect a new online Generation Z might have on the newspaper industry. He writes, “what this world will look like...

Actor Stephen Lane performs on the set of the Orlando Shake’s “Poe: Deep Into that Darkness Peering.” The actor recorded the play in short takes, with the help of family.

Pandemic Forces Theatre to Find New Forms

Jack Ververis, Staff Writer February 19, 2021

     In the early 1600’s, outbreaks of the plague tore through London, killing over a fifth of the city’s population and closing shops and businesses for over a year. And yet, during...

Number of Authors attending Trinity's Author Fest since it began. Social media and an online format have helped expand the audience.

A Bigger Than Ever Author Fest Goes Virtual

Jack Ververis, Staff Writer February 3, 2021

Large, populated festivals with lots of interaction and travel haven’t exactly fared the best during COVID-19. But with Trinity’s 2021 Author Fest, held on February 5th, the convention is adapting,...

Bidenville: A Map of the Biden Administration

Bidenville: A Map of the Biden Administration

Breaking down the Cabinet Nominees and their Responsibilities
Andrew Bachrach, News Editor January 30, 2021

    Department of State  Executes foreign policy and conducts international relations; supports and protects American interests abroad. Antony Blinken Blinken was the Deputy...

SADD Club Hosts Annual Blood Drive, Attracting First-Time Donors

SADD Club Hosts Annual Blood Drive, Attracting First-Time Donors

Boaz Kim, Staff Writer December 11, 2020

   According to Red Cross' official website, one blood donation can potentially save up to three lives. SADD club, or Students Against Destructive Decisions, hopes to play their own role in handing out...

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