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A Different Kind of Climate Denial

A Different Kind of Climate Denial

Jack Ververis, Opinions Editor October 4, 2021

   Last year, Shell Global- a company that hid climate change for decades and is responsible for 2% of world emissions- asked Twitter users a simple question: what are you willing to change to help reduce...

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 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...

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 Causes Changes to College Admissions

Are test-optional policies here to stay?
CONNOR RAFFA, WRITER 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,...

Allured By Empty Promises: The issue with close-minded, emotional, single-issue voting

March 9, 2020

   Elections, either national or on a school level, are filled with empty promises. In 2016, that promise was to build a wall and make Mexicans pay for it. In 2020, they vary from debt-free college to...

Lead Ed: Mid-semester Comments Earn a Failing Grade

Comments are non-specific and unhelpful for teachers, parents, and students
March 9, 2020

Effective communication between students and teachers is a necessary component of any healthy school environment. And while Trinity generally affords its teachers with ample opportunities to provide their...

Lead Ed: The Spin Cycle

The trend of political polarization is driven by ideological echo chambers
March 9, 2020

If the impeachment of President Donald Trump has taught us anything, it is that our country is more politically polarized than ever. Analysis of impeachment proceedings has been dominated by phrenetic...

A Foundation of Faith: Religious beliefs foster a greater sense of belonging and happiness

April 4, 2019

   Too often, people are caught up in thinking that if only they had more, they could finally be happy. However, no matter how hard one tries, lasting happiness — unlike the fleeting high of a newly...

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