The Trinity Voice

Nurse rolls out new accessibility rules

Nurse rolls out new accessibility rules

Amy Qiao, Staff Writer

February 11, 2019


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

   As the dismissal bell rings for upper school assembly, students scramble to get into the auditorium. However, to get into the auditorium from his math class in Stewart Hall, sophomore Thomas Lightsey must wheel himself around the entire Quad to go up the ramp on the side of Brokaw Hall.    ...

Television of the Future: A review on Netflix’s first interactive film “Bandersnatch”

Television of the Future: A review on Netflix’s first interactive film “Bandersnatch”

AMBER RAMPERSAUD, SOCIAL MEDIA

January 28, 2019


Filed under SHOWCASE

  Earlier this month, Netflix’s series “Black Mirror” released an extended episode called “Bandersnatch ”with an interesting take: an episode where you can choose your own adventure, thus generating a personalized outcome.   Since its creation, “Black Mirror” has been a mind-bogg...

Macaroni necklace or silver Lexus: What makes a meaningful Christmas gift

Macaroni necklace or silver Lexus: What makes a meaningful Christmas gift

Matthew Mapa, Focus Editor

December 12, 2018


Filed under FOCUS, SHOWCASE

While sophomore Hayden Lehr is grateful for receiving Christmas gifts, there is one thing that she simply cannot stand.   “I hate when I get [Starbucks gift cards],” Lehr said. “I haven’t drank Starbucks since seventh grade. It’s just so stereotypical that everyone gives them to each oth...

Bring the DAC Back

Bring the DAC Back

Andrew Miller, OPINIONS EDITOR

November 9, 2018


Filed under OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

Students comfortably spread out along various bleachers, quietly waiting. All students are at the same level, ground level; There is no senior privilege, no seniority. Each student has adequate room to comfortably sit and stretch their legs, and every student can see perfectly while sitting—there is...

Lead Ed: School newspapers deserve freedom of the press

November 8, 2018


Filed under OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

   The Trinity Voice strives to emulate professional journalism in every way possible, from the manner in which its writers conduct interviews to the omission of Oxford commas. Sometimes we make mistakes, but the intent has always been to establish a level of integrity with the student body.  ...

Get To Know Your Student Council Officers

Lily Israel, Managing Editor

May 3, 2018


Filed under LIFESTYLES, SHOWCASE

President Eli Finkelstein   Eli Finkelstein has only been at Trinity for three years, but he has already made an immense impact on the school. He has spent the last two years leading the Class of 2019 as the sophomore and junior class president. Finkelstein believes being on student council is just one o...

Smoke and mirrors

May 3, 2018


Filed under EDITORIALS, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

   In this day and age, few would argue that cigarettes aren’t dangerous. What was once considered a harmless pastime has been proven to cause irreparable damage to users’ health. But ask any teenager about the risks of vapes and Juuls, and they would likely respond with complete unconcern.   ...

Mom, can I turn my location off?

LEXI GOOD, STAFF WRITER

December 7, 2017


Filed under OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

 I think it’s safe to say none of us are foreign to the helicopter parent. You know: the constant canvas checker, the FBI investigator, the mom that still packs her children’s lunches despite the fact that they graduate in five months.   While our parents only mean to raise us to be the best we c...

Note to self

JOSEPH PAOLI, STAFF WRITER

December 7, 2017


Filed under LIFESTYLES, SHOWCASE

The scene is a familiar one: a teacher dictates to a class of students in the midst of typing down notes. The clicks of excited typing fill the room, and the collective glow created by the collection of screens brightens what would be an otherwise dark room, whose lights are turned off to better allow...

Painting the picture: What is AP Art?

Alexandra Lipton, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

November 2, 2017


Filed under LIFESTYLES, SHOWCASE

“USUALLY, PEOPLE THINK THAT WHEN IT COMES TO ART, YOU EITHER HAVE IT OR YOU DON’T. BUT IT’S VERY MUCH ABOUT PRACTICING AND GAINING EXPERIENCE.”

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