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It’s not always great to stay up late

It’s not always great to stay up late

HARPER WILCOX, STAFF WRITER

March 15, 2017


Filed under LIFESTYLES, SHOWCASE

      Walking through the quad, you can hear the groans and complaints of tired Trinity students.      “Last night I was up until one in the morning” freshman Libby Guile said. “I had to study for three tests and do my homework assignments.”       Getting enough sleep is vital to...

“Get Out” Review

“Get Out” Review

Julia Gibbons, STAFF WRITER

March 7, 2017


Filed under SHOWCASE, THE BITE

   Comedian and writer Jordan Peele shocked the whole country by releasing his first film, “Get Out.” On the surface, it’s about a young interracial couple visiting the white girlfriend's parents, but it’s really about a black man in a white nightmare. Daniel Kaluuya plays Chris Washington ...

Strike gold with five of Florida’s hidden treasures

CARLY SWAIN, STAFF WRITER

February 22, 2017


Filed under FOCUS, SHOWCASE

   Tourists come from all around the world to experience the theme parks in Florida. Disney World, Universal Studios and Busch Gardens are just a few destinations that attract millions of people every year. Still, even the biggest theme-park junkie needs an escape from tourists every once in a...

Lions make a roar in the Orlando community

Lions make a roar in the Orlando community

MICHAEL HULL, STAFF WRITER

February 22, 2017


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

On March 8, 2015, the Orlando City Lions took on New York City Football Club in what was the Lions first game as a major league soccer (MLS) franchise. More than 60,000 fans packed the Citrus Bowl to watch the team play. Alongside the Orlando Magic, the Lions became the city’s second major professional...

Lawson leads lacrosse team and school

Lawson leads lacrosse team and school

Lily Israel, SPORTS EDITOR

February 10, 2017


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

Lawson opened up the new school year with a traditional welcome speech to the entire student body. However, students were surprised that the subject was not another work as hard as you can or seize every opportunity in high school. Rather, Lawson talked about a lasting memory he had while coaching boys...

Massimino gives an out of this world speech

Massimino gives an out of this world speech

ALEXANDRE SPALLONE, STAFF WRITER

January 23, 2017


Filed under NEWS, SHOWCASE

On January 12 2016, Columbia University professor and former NASA astronaut Michael J. Massimino visited Trinity to discuss his impressive career. Massimino’s story is one of perseverance. When he was six, he watched Neil Armstrong land on the moon, inspiring him to decide to pursue a career as an...

The history of the Super Bowl

The history of the Super Bowl

MICHAEL HULL, STAFF WRITER

January 18, 2017


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

   More than 71,000 people stood on their feet, shouting and cheering at the top of lungs in San Francisco at Levi’s Stadium. Millions watched at home as the Carolina Panthers took on the Denver Broncos in the 50th edition of one of America’s most beloved traditions, the Super Bowl. The Super Bowl ...

Why the Patriots Will Win the Super Bowl

Why the Patriots Will Win the Super Bowl

DREW MILLER, STAFF WRITER

January 18, 2017


Filed under SHOWCASE, SPORTS

The NFL playoffs have arrived and everyone seems to be giving their pick to go the distance and winning it all. Many sports writers predict that either the Cowboys or the Patriots will win the Super Bowl, but I say for a FACT the New England Patriots will take home the Lombardi Trophy. Here is why th...

The cold shoulder on climate change

MELISSA PREGASEN, STAFF WRITER

December 15, 2016


Filed under EDITORIALS, OPINIONS, SHOWCASE

  It’s discussed. It’s disregarded. It’s disputed.   Climate change is the most important global problem the Earth is facing. We have all heard about it, but what really is it and why is it important?   From the mid to late 20th century and forwards, increased levels of atmospheri...

Surviving the not-so-snowy season

Surviving the not-so-snowy season

CARLY SWAIN, STAFF WRITER

December 15, 2016


Filed under FOCUS, SHOWCASE

  I’m dreaming of a white Christmas, but for better or for worse, Florida will not be granting us a snowy winter. Whether warm weather is your December dream or nightmare, it is a fact of life for Floridians.   “Florida winter is very inconsistent,” science teacher Carrie Lopez said. ...

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