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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


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

  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...

Breaking ground for the 50th Anniversary

Breaking ground for the 50th Anniversary

Emma Kim, Staff Writer

October 14, 2018


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 Students, teachers and families crowded around an empty lot at 815 W. Comstock Avenue, Winter Park to watch the groundbreaking for the Winter Park-Maitland Habitat for Humanity Affiliate’s 55th house on Sept. 15.   The families receiving the houses were announced around the middle of the ...

From Pierogies to PB&J

Amy Qiao, Staff Writer

October 12, 2018


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Filip Jastrzębski, Trinity’s new exchange student from Warsaw, Poland, jumps headfirst into participating in the local Trinity culture. Whether it be trying his first Chick-fil-a Chicken Biscuit (a staple food item for a Tuesday breakfast at Trinity) or attending pep rallies in the RAC gym, Jastrz...

Lozano-Diaz brings her Holiday Cheer to the Classroom

Lozano-Diaz brings her Holiday Cheer to the Classroom

Joseph Paoli, Staff Writer

September 19, 2018


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  From the moment any person walks into the class of Spanish teacher Inmaculada Lozano-Diaz, they are greeted with a festive air. Even involving the students in writing the date on the board creates a vibe of a holiday, with the students practically clamoring to call out the month, day and year. Th...

Stroup returns to the other side of the teacher’s desk

Stroup returns to the other side of the teacher’s desk

Emma Kim, Staff Writer

September 14, 2018


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  As the bell rings for first period, Jennifer Stroup’s students arrange their desks into the shape of a circle, something she remembers from her high school days at Trinity. As an alum of the school, Stroup looks forward to her first year teaching ninth and 10th grade English, and is excited t...

Shapiro-Albert hikes her path to Trinity

Shapiro-Albert hikes her path to Trinity

Emma Kim, Staff Writer

September 14, 2018


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   From memorizing bird calls to breeding fruit flies, new teacher Elena Shapiro-Albert has many experiences in the field of biology. She shares her expertise with her students as a ninth-grade Biology and Honors Biology teacher.   Shapiro-Albert is originally from Baltimore, Maryland and recently...

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