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Chapel to be continued remotely

Chapel to be continued remotely

Emma Kim, Layout Editor

April 1, 2020

   Accompanying the shift to remote learning procedures, Head of School Byron Lawson, together with the Technology Department and Chaplain Richard Towers, have been considering feasible ways to continue weekly chapel as well.    Chapel will continue taking place on Thursdays in one of two forms: ...

BREAKING DOWN RECYCLING

OLIVER JOHNSON, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

   Walking into your 3rd period class with some food after break is not uncommon here at Trinity and just tossing some of that extra food into the recycling bin isn’t either.    You may notice the blue bins in classrooms, the Grille, and all throughout the Quad as you walk around the Trinity ...

Political Activism on Campus

Political Activism on Campus

ANDREW BACHRACH

March 9, 2020

   In the next few months, the American political world will soon dominate our society. With a contentious Democratic Primary underway, the battle to oppose incumbent President Donald J. Trump will continue to heat up over the next couple of months. In previous election years, Trinity students have fo...

Board of Trustees releases 2O7O Master Plan

Board of Trustees releases 2O7O Master Plan

Amy Qiao, News Editor

March 9, 2020

Last fall, the Board of Trustees approved Trinity’s 2070 Master Plan, consisting of three building phases that will span the next 50 years. Adding around 88,000 square feet of new space in phase one alone, this plan is arguably one of Trinity’s most ambitious plans yet.     The three phases are ordered by prioritizat...

Viral culture in the digital age

Viral culture in the digital age

Amy Qiao, News Editor

February 7, 2020

Students at Trinity Prep have been connected more than ever in the current growing digital age. They have curated such a huge audience for social media influencers to go viral and grow a huge online presence. This demand of content creating has even encouraged teenagers to try it for themselves, just...

Student musicians nationally recognized

Student musicians nationally recognized

Emma Kim, Layout Editor

February 7, 2020

The National Association for Music Education All-National Ensembles, first started in 2012, showcase the top performing high school musicians in the United States. Only one Trinity student had been accepted into the All-National Mixed Choir in the past, and none had auditioned for the All-National Symphony...

Senior runs school study

Senior runs school study

Emma Kim, Layout Editor

February 7, 2020

While Senior Kismet Kohn toured colleges last spring, she heard about students standing out through conducting research studies and thought it would be exciting to run her own study. After returning from her college visits, Kohn immediately approached Fine Arts and Psychology Teacher Donna Walker with...

New Honors Society Sets Historical Precedent

MANEESH RAJULAPATI, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

Trinity is filled with opportunities for students to engage themselves outside of the classroom. A recent addition to this extracurricular list is Rho Kappa. Established in 2000, Rho Kappa is a Social Studies Honors Society. It’s mission is to expand one's knowledge of history, while also aiding t...

College Board Pilots New Programs

College Board Pilots New Programs

Amy Qiao, News Editor

December 13, 2019

  The College Board has made recent strides in an attempt to make the college admissions process more transparent. They recently implemented new programs, AP Classroom and Landscape, for this year.   AP Classroom    In order to further prepare students for the 2020 AP exams, Colle...

Modern day “Indiana Jones” visits alma mater

Modern day “Indiana Jones” visits alma mater

Amy Qiao, News Editor

December 6, 2019

   As Michael B. Tóth ‘75 delivers his speech on the auditorium stage sporting his colorful cosmic printed socks, he shares an acronym for students to follow when faced with a problem: SOCKS (Situation, Options, Consequences, Keep cool, and Solve).   Tóth tries his best to apply this acron...

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