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ELIZABETH UGAN, STAFF WRITER

March 8, 2018


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Many schools can boast the talents of their various students, but few can say that their students choose to use these talents to make a monumental impact on the lives of people they will never meet. Once a year, Trinity’s Art Club and National Art Honor Society participate in The Memory Project to...

The Briefs: Women’s march

OLIVIA DEMETRIADES, LIFESTYLES EDITOR

February 8, 2018


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Sunday, Jan. 21 marked the second year that demonstrators gathered for the Women’s March, protesting for women’s rights and equality in response to the current political and social climate. All across America, millions gathered to show their support for the movement. Cities like New York City and...

The Briefs: Koreas unite for Olympics

ZACH WATSON, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

February 8, 2018


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On Jan. 9, North and South Korea agreed to march into the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, under a unified Korean flag. In addition, the two Koreas agreed to work together and create a joint women’s ice hockey team, with 12 North Korean athletes joining the 23 South Koreans already on the...

Courts revamped, players re-amped

Courts revamped, players re-amped

ALEXANDRE SPALLONE, STAFF WRITER

February 8, 2018


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Last tennis season, varsity tennis athlete Samantha DiMaio won the FHSAA state tennis title in the singles division and later won the state doubles division with Trinity alum Lindsey Greenwood. Trinity is not letting its tennis team’s success go unnoticed. In order to breed more success, Trinity has t...

Authors write Trinity’s next chapter

Authors write Trinity’s next chapter

ELIZABETH UGAN, STAFF WRITER

February 8, 2018


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Most students can only imagine the possibility of standing before the pop artist that composed their favorite song or the sports team they have followed religiously, but for literature aficionados, this opportunity is fast approaching.   At the third annual Trinity Prep Author Festival on Feb. 9 ...

PeaceJam Tackles Tough Topic

PeaceJam Tackles Tough Topic

Will Langdon, STAFF WRITER

February 6, 2018


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Globally, there are almost 21 million victims of human trafficking. This year, PeaceJam wants students to take action to help the cause. This issue is one that has plagued Central Florida for decades, and with additional awareness, PeaceJam hopes to make a positive impact on the community. PeaceJam Wee...

Clickbait Controversy Backfires

Clickbait Controversy Backfires

Ishan Perera, NEWS EDITOR

February 6, 2018


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On Dec. 31, 2017, vlogger Logan Paul decided to visit the Aokigahara forest—also known as the suicide forest—by Mount Fuji to “look for ghosts” after spending several days in Tokyo. The forest gets its name from the hundreds of people who take their lives in the woods every year. After publishing...

Live orchestra makes Harry Potter even more magical

Ishan Perera, NEWS EDITOR

January 4, 2018


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   On November 4-5, the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra performed John Williams’ composition from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets while the film played in high-definition on a 40-foot screen.   “I have performed in three concerts for the Harry Potter series and was in the se...

Exclusive Homecoming Recap

VALERIE TRAPP, VIDEO/BROADCAST EDITOR

December 12, 2017


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