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All Tragic, No Magic

Madeline Peckham, Staff Writer May 19, 2021

One day of U.S. breaking headlines looks like this: “2 killed and 7 injured in overnight shootings in New Orleans” or “4 dead, more than 20 hospitalized after suspected smuggling vessel overturns...

Evening the Playing Field

Evening the Playing Field

Let trans kids play sports
Jack Ververis, Staff Writer May 12, 2021

On March 31, activists and communities across Florida celebrated the 12th annual International Transgender Day of Visibility. In Orlando, City Hall flew the trans pride flag for the first time, a step...

So Far So Good

Trinity’s COVID response has been effective — it’s up to us to keep it that way
April 19, 2021

The 2020-2021 school year has been a tumultuous one, to say the least. However, it has gone better than many expected. At the beginning of the school year, it would have been difficult to fathom we would...

The Scope of Free Speech in Schools

SCOTUS set to hear case with serious implications for First Amendment rights
April 19, 2021

Following controversial censorship on social media platforms, arguments over what constitutes free speech have recently come to the forefront. At the same time, a case with large-scale implications for...

The Bigger Picture

The Bigger Picture

Blaming Affirmative Action for college rejections epitomizes anti-blackness
Amy Qiao, Layout Editor March 10, 2021

In conversations concerning college acceptances, remarks like “he only got in because he’s Black” or “she only needed a 1300 on the SAT to look competitive” are often thrown about carelessly....

The Electoral College Should Be Abolished

February 19, 2021

With claims of voter fraud and a slew of lawsuits, the election of 2020 was one for the history books. As ballots were counted––and recounted––the election was decided by a slim margin of only...

Underpaid, Unappreciated, Unprotected

Underpaid, Unappreciated, Unprotected

Why Doesn’t America Respect our Teachers?
Andrew Bachrach, News Editor January 18, 2021

   Nowadays, there seem to be very few things that Americans can agree on. However, when nearly 60% of Americans believe that teachers are underpaid, according to a September 2018 survey from USA Today,...

The Power of a Choice in the Classroom

Jake McCreary, STAFF WRITER December 10, 2020

   Every student’s been there— your head resting in the palm of your hand as your eyes gaze into nothingness in an attempt to make time pass quicker, your mind embodying the noise and emptiness of...

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.
Maddie Peckham, Staff Writer 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

Connor Raffa, Opinions Editor 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...

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