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Can’t Vote, But Still Take Note

Though they are unable to vote, teenagers under the voting age of eighteen should know and understand the political climate they are living in.
November 5, 2020

   It’s an election year and a big one at that. Throughout the race, polling has been close, leaving both parties worried about the outcome. With national and international problems such as COVID-19,...

The Dissemination of Misinformation and How to Stop It

The Dissemination of Misinformation and How to Stop It
November 3, 2020

In the midst of an election, especially one as heated and contested as this one, it’s important to be able to discern fact from fiction and develop informed opinions. Luckily, with the invention of the...

Lead Ed: A Lack of Love for Affinity Groups

School's policy on affinity groups leaves students feeling isolated
October 5, 2020

   Trinity Prep is a school that prides itself on its diversity and inclusion. Yet, for some students, this feeling of acceptance and respect simply isn’t felt. If the social media crisis last spring...

Covid Creates New and Improved Schedule

October 2, 2020

   As the coronavirus continues to impact the nation, schools—like many other institutions—have the task of adapting to new challenges like social distancing and virtual learning. One of the more...

Activism for Change, Not for Show

Activism for Change, Not for Show
October 1, 2020

On June 2nd, only a few days following George Floyd’s death, millions of Instagram users took less than 10 seconds of their time to upload a black square on their profile, hashtag the photo with “#blacklivesmatter”...

Why Are We Even Here?

The Inevitability of a COVID-19 Outbreak on Campus
September 11, 2020

If recent outbreaks at major universities and high schools across the country are any indication, it’s only a matter of time before the coronavirus finds its way to Trinity Prep. The school seems to...

Novel Coronavirus exposes another infectious “disease” in America

Novel Coronavirus exposes another infectious “disease” in America
There is a recurring pattern of unfounded racist attacks on Asian Americans during disease breakouts. But why?
May 13, 2020

Ever since the coronavirus was first reported in the United States, hundreds of Asian Americans have shared stories of falling victim to racist and xenophobic attacks, whether it be being spat on or beaten...

Common kindness doesn’t end school shootings, despite what media says

Common kindness doesn't end school shootings, despite what media says
May 1, 2020

   After each school shooting, the media looks to find rationale behind such a crisis. While made with good intentions, it is vital we examine how each hypothesis positively and negatively affects society.    ...

Adaptation in the Information Age

Gen Z uses humor to cope with fear, anxiety and ignorance
April 27, 2020

   With nearly universal access to the Internet, information spreads significantly faster than ever before. Following the news of the killing of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani, there was a very legitimate...

COVID Causes Changes to College Admissions

Are test-optional policies here to stay?
April 23, 2020

While the coronavirus and social distancing persist, many changes have occurred in everyday life. People have lost their jobs, schools have been moved online and sports seasons have been canceled. Moreover,...

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