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Unspoken rules aren’t meant to be broken

Unspoken rules aren’t meant to be broken

ZACH KOBRIN, STAFF WRITER

February 19, 2013


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Don’t chew with your mouth open. Don’t take the middle urinal. Don’t make eye contact while eating a banana. Society has many unspoken rules that most certainly should not be broken. In fact, many of the most awkward situations arise when one of these unspoken rules are ignored. Perhaps the...

Academic categorization is destructive and inaccurate

ABRAHAM FRAIFELD, OPINIONS EDITOR

February 19, 2013


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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...

Obama’s victory avoided a public health catastrophe

NICHOLAS AMEND, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

December 11, 2012


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I saw a bumper sticker that depicted a pair of hands cradling a newborn and read "Every life is worth living." Despite the banner’s anti-abortion intent, it made me think about the quality of my own life and the lives of my peers and teachers. Our lives are worth living because our needs are met, as ...

Teens should mimic Young Democrats’ political activism

AUSTIN MARTIN, GUEST WRITERS

December 11, 2012


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The election season has certainly been an interesting time and it captivated many Trinity Prep students at the beginning of this school year. The Young Democrats were active in the community and did their part to push Obama’s campaign for reelection forward. I have to say I am extremely proud to hav...

Parents shouldn’t perpetuate belief in Christmas falsehoods

Parents shouldn’t perpetuate belief in Christmas falsehoods

KENDALL ROTAR, STAFF WRITER

December 6, 2012


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“The best part is knowing that when my children are grown, with children of their own, they will be able to share all these wonderful holiday memories with their own families,” said science teacher Paula Phillips. December 25th is a magical day for all families that celebrate Christmas. The sights,...

Why everyone should buy a real Christmas tree

Why everyone should buy a real Christmas tree

ZACH KOBRIN, STAFF WRITER

December 6, 2012


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As the holiday season rolls around, your thoughts may be filled with mistletoe and presents. A highly underrated part of Christmas in Florida is shopping for a Christmas tree. After all, we never have White Christmases or the beautiful, dark green trees of the North. Most families will settle for a ...

The bed bug that’s bumming you out

The bed bug that’s bumming you out

KENDALL ROTAR, STAFF WRITER

November 20, 2012


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Sleep deprivation is taking a major toll on Trinity students’ overall moods "I’m so tired." Those three little words creep around the campus on a daily basis,the reason being that we have a huge work load as private school students and, whether we admit it or not, we procrastinate like crazy. If...

Some interiors could use a lift

Some interiors could use a lift

JACK MEEKS, STAFF WRITER

November 19, 2012


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Jonas Salk, the scientist who found a cure for polio, found out that pleasant environments have quite a large effect. Salk was working in a basement in Pittsburgh and traveled to Assisi, Italy so he could be in a better environment to try to make more progress, which worked, as he found a vaccinatio...

Aggression and alienation ought not dominate American foreign policy

Aggression and alienation ought not dominate American foreign policy

ABRAHAM FRAIFELD, OPINIONS EDITOR

November 19, 2012


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Many may think that this election was about our domestic issues. A popular argument among voters has been that we need to fix the problems we have here at home before we fix the rest of the world’s problems. This simplistic ideal ignores the fact that our economic problems do not have an absolute s...

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