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

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

Administration Declares all Exams as In-Person

December 11, 2020

   As of December 4, Trinity administration has declared that all exams will be taken on-campus, whether students this year were previously attended school in-person or remotely. However, unlike previous...

Campaigning for Care Workers

Alongside PeaceJam's new initiative to raise awareness for mental health, they are also assisting in the collection of toys during this holiday season. The toy collection has been a part of Trinity for numerous years, providing students a way to give back to their community.
Trinity PeaceJam club hosts a notes of encouragement campaign for first responders and mental health care workers
December 10, 2020

   Every year, the Trinity PeaceJam team chooses a new topic to raise awareness for, through various fundraisers and events. This year, club president Brooke Beers and her team chose the topic of isolation...

Reilly Brings a Unique Passion for Teaching to Trinity

Reilly playing drums for his church.
December 10, 2020

   Throughout his time at UCF, Mathematics teacher Patrick Reilly always loved helping his peers understand ideas and concepts. Now, Reilly enters his sixth year teaching mathematics but this year, with...

Trinity Alum Makes Return as Long-term Sub

Trinity Alum Makes Return as Long-term Sub
December 3, 2020

   Madeline Walker, a Trinity alum, makes her return to campus as a long-term sub for the English department this school year. Six years after she graduated , she found her way back to the school despite...

Stewart leaves lasting history

Stewart pictured in his last year(2020) and first year(2005) teaching at Trinity. Stewart gives a token of advice to students: “Leave the world a better place than when you walked into it. Not what are you doing for yourself, but what are you doing for others.”
November 11, 2020

Social Science Department Chair and Teacher Samuel Stewart has confirmed his resignation following his leave of absence at the beginning of his year. Recently moving back to his home state of Ohio, Stewart...

How The World Has Changed

How The World Has Changed
November 5, 2020

   As the coronavirus continues to impact us, we asked members of our community to share their thoughts on how life has changed in various industries. Sports    Athletes all around the world...

Diversity Club holds human rainbow event

Students and faculty create a Human Rainbow in the Quad to celebrate the 26th annual LGBTQ History Month.
November 2, 2020

   Last Wednesday Oct. 28th, Diversity Club hosted a human rainbow event on campus in honor of LGBTQ History Month. Club members, as well as other students and faculty, lined up in the Quad at the beginning...

Students Continue to Bond in Advisory Despite Field Trip Postponing

Mrs. Bowden’s 6th grade advisory dances during one of their activities. Ever since the field trips were cancelled due to Covid-19, advisories have been engaging in team building activities to help create friendships between new students.
October 31, 2020

   Every Trinity student could probably recall the large pool and late night movie at Camp Kulaqua and the fun adventures into the woods at Pathfinders as great memories. These memories on field trips...

Has COVID-19 Brought the End to Brick and Mortar Stores?

Many small business have been forced to close down due to the effects of COVID-19.
Local business and brick and mortar stores attempt to recover from the devastating effects COVID-19 has brought.
October 31, 2020

   As of October 3, 2020, 14,320 brick and mortar stores have been shut down and as many as 9,000 more are projected to close down according to Coresight Research. While major business retailers like...

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