The Trinity Voice

RBG Leaves Lasting Impression on Trinity Community.

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JULIAN SEALY, STAFF WRITER

October 21, 2020

   Late Supreme Court justice and feminist icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg has made a huge impact on millions of people around the world. Her passionate fight inside and outside of the courtroom still continues to inspire millions of people around the world, including many members of the Trinity family. ...

Florida’s Unchecked Voter Suppression Threatens Election Outcome

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Jack Ververis, Staff Writer

October 21, 2020

   For Floridians who love Walt Disney World, long waits are a familiar part of the experience. But while many theme park goers are used to spending hours in line, having to wait hours to exercise a basic right of democracy is a little less welcome.    Voter suppression is any attempt to sway the results of an ...

Enola Holmes, Appreciated but Overdone

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SIDNEY SEYBOLD, LIFESTYLES DEPARTMENT EDITOR

October 20, 2020

   Breakout Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown has hit the Netflix stage again in Enola Holmes. Brown, who co-produced the film with Mary Parent, plays Enola Holmes, the sister of Sherlock Holmes, who is a young detective in search for her missing mother. The film features heavy feminist themes, ...

COVID-19 Brings Some Changes to PSAT Administration

Deniz Bölöni-Turgut, Focus Editor

October 16, 2020

   This Saturday Oct. 17th, Trinity will be administering the PSAT for sophomores and juniors. It will be the first time that Trinity is proctoring standardized testing on campus since the COVID-19 pandemic began last Spring. Although there will be differences in this year’s testing, college couns...

COVID-19 Alters Homecoming Traditions

COVID-19 Alters Homecoming Traditions

Cate Williams, Staff Writer

October 15, 2020

   Homecoming is the center of excitement for Trinity Prep students every new school year. This year is especially significant as it marks the 50th anniversary of our football team’s first victory. Celebrating the return of alumni, current and former students enjoy this week of activities and loo...

Operation Outbreak: Students Explore the Science Behind Pandemics

Andrew Bachrach, NEWS EDITOR

October 12, 2020

  In early August, Trinity students received the chance to test out a new course, Operation Outbreak (OO), only offered at one other school. Developed by Trinity alum Dr. Pardis Sabeti and researchers from Sabeti Lab at Harvard University, the course seeks to educate students about how to prepare f...

Shortcomings With Our Digital World

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Evan Huang, STAFF WRITER

October 6, 2020

   For some 80 years, humankind has feared the growing role that technology has played in our society. Think of the numerous movies like “2001: A Space Odyssey” in 1968, “Blade Runner” in 1982, “The Terminator” in 1984 and most recently, “Ex Machina” in 2014, where technology has gain...

The 19th Amendment: How the Female Vote has Changed American Politics

The 19th Amendment: How the Female Vote has Changed American Politics

SIDNEY SEYBOLD, LIFESTYLES DEPARTMENT EDITOR

October 6, 2020

   This year, on August 18, 2020, the United States celebrated the centennial of the ratification of the 19th amendment, which granted women the right to vote. Before its ratification, women in 18 states, mostly in the west, had full suffrage, 22 states had partial suffrage—meaning women could v...

Exchange Students Arrive Despite COVID Restrictions: Jonna Plate

Plate skis on the slopes of Austria during a vacation with her older sister, Smilla.

SARAH ZEHNDER, STAFF WRITER

October 6, 2020

   Moving across the world during a global pandemic is a big leap of faith. After months of applying and going through the ASSIST exchange student process, sophomore Jonna (Yaw-nah) Plate finally arrived in Orlando to be greeted by her Trinity host family, the Martins, family of eighth-grader Tori Martin. ...

Trinity Joins New Sports League

Trinity Joins New Sports League

JAKE RAFFA, Sports Editor

October 6, 2020

   After a recent vote carried out by the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA), Florida has decided to resume its fall high school sports. However, with the possibility of a COVID-19 outbreak, sports can’t just return to normal. In an attempt to keep athletes safe and provide them with an ...

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