The Trinity Voice

Is there an emoji for reckless driving?

Is there an emoji for reckless driving?

EDEN SMALLEY, STAFF WRITER

October 25, 2013

On October 1, Florida enacted a new law against texting while driving. The act of sending a quick “lol” from behind the wheel will now be treated as a serious violation. After years of countless accidents, fatalities and damage, Florida has finally brought a sense of peace to roads like Aloma Avenue. With...

Horse race politics leaves us all in the dust

Horse race politics leaves us all in the dust

MICHAEL LEIFERMAN, STAFF WRITER

October 4, 2013

Non-election years are always tough on political clubs. Membership tends to wane when there is no flashy presidential election to draw in the crowds. And it’s not hard to understand why. Election years are fun - going to rallies, shouting slogans, debating the finer points of who won the presidential...

Falling prey to the pressure of Saint pride

EDEN SMALLEY, STAFF WRITER

October 4, 2013

As the new school year picks up, so does the stress. Just as we become accustomed to the sweet serenity of summer, we are thrust into the busiest season on campus: fall semester. Ah, fall. The most wonderful time of year to adapt to our new AP classes, to rush to our never-ending club meetings, to cram...

Can the Grand Old Party become the Grand Youth Party?

Can the Grand Old Party become the Grand Youth Party?

BRIAN MIN, STAFF WRITER

October 4, 2013

As CIRCLE (The Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement) elaborates, the Millennials [people aged 18-29] account for 21% of the national vote, and it proved decisive in battleground states like Ohio, Virginia and Florida.  Since 2004, each presidential election cycle increased...

Don’t break out the cake yet

TONI CROSS, STAFF WRITER

October 4, 2013

Breaking news!  Americans are getting fatter. Yeah yeah yeah, pass the chips.  We’ve gotten so used to Brian Williams calmly warning us of our national weight problem every few months that we are not even shocked anymore.  In August, however, it was a different story.  For the first time in...

A message to seniors

SUSAN SPEICHER, GUEST WRITER

May 16, 2013

To the editor: There have been many vociferous objections and much hand-wringing about the administration’s decision to limit the amount of water activity the seniors can indulge in on campus next Friday.  I understand that this year’s class has been looking forward to their last day of school...

Academic categorization is destructive and inaccurate

ABRAHAM FRAIFELD, OPINIONS EDITOR

February 19, 2013

I love biology, but I’m an atrocious chemistry student. Mathematical proofs and statistics are a passion of mine, but my geometry skills are mediocre at best. I can write, but not creatively, and current events are interesting, but old political philosophy is usually unexciting to me. People say I...

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