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Electric Vehicles Get the Green Light

Electric Vehicles Get the Green Light

Julian Sealy, Staff Writer November 9, 2021

Since 2009, the Fremont Police Department (FPD) in Fremont, California has begun using hybrid powered vehicles in its patrol fleet and in 2019 added its first fully electric vehicle to the fleet. Now in...

Starting in October, upper school students began using hall passes every time they left the classroom. They are used for going everywhere except the bathroom.

Bonday Introduces Hall Passes

Victoria Berube, STAFF WRITER November 9, 2021

   Recently, hall passes have been introduced on campus for the purpose of maximizing safety and having a more accurate attendance record. As a higher number of students return to school from a year...

A Declining Future

Ava Savino, News Editor November 9, 2021

   Among the famous icons of American birds, the Ivory-Billed Woodpecker was recently declared extinct with 23 other species by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. According to the Smithsonian National...

Junior Carlos O’Connor practices flying for the group dance with his stunt group, taught by junior cheerleader, Anna Miliotes.

Homecoming Tradition Gets Revamped

Alec Diaz, STAFF WRITER October 20, 2021

   The yearly Junior-Senior Dance Battle, formerly known as the powder-puff dance, has been going on at Trinity for decades, but is being revamped this year. The new rules and guidelines are focused...

Black Widow Creates Conflict Amid Theater Decline

Black Widow Creates Conflict Amid Theater Decline

Iris Lei, STAFF WRITER October 20, 2021

   Theaters and Marvel face a storm with Scarlett Johansson’s lawsuit against Disney, with the potential to change current cinemas. The actress for Natasha Romanoff and star of the new movie Black...

Eliason (far right) at a wrestling meet at his previous school.

Eliason Shocks Students with Exciting Lab Experiences

Julian Sealy, Staff Writer October 14, 2021

   Former college soccer player turned chemistry teacher Nick Eliason has come to join the science department.     Eliason grew up about 30 miles northeast of Philadelphia and received his education...

Librarian Lee De Groft pets her black and tan coonhound Brodie.

Trinity Welcomes New Librarian

Angel Zheng, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

   New Director of Library and Information Services Lee De Groft is excited to be part of the Trinity family. Originally from Williamsburg, Virginia, De Groft obtained degrees in Archives and Library...

Teachers Find a Second Home at Colleges

Teachers Find a Second Home at Colleges

Victoria Berube, STAFF WRITER October 6, 2021

   For years, Trinity Prep has been home to many teachers who also instruct at the college level.     English Teacher Susan Lilley has been teaching college courses since the 80s and began teaching...

Burnout: The Pandemic Plaguing Medicine

Burnout: The Pandemic Plaguing Medicine

David Bryskin, STAFF WRITER October 6, 2021

   In a 2020 survey from the American Medical Organization which was responded to by over 15,000 physicians, 42% said they were burned out. While burnout has always been a problem in medicine, COVID-19...

Trinity Alum Chuck Nadd served in Afghanistan in 2013 and 2018.

Alum Reflects on Afghanistan Withdrawal

Julian Sealy, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

The recent withdrawal of U.S. troops and personnel from Afghanistan and the series of events that followed raises questions about how this could impact the U.S. in the future. The war between the U.S....

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