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Just How Fleeting Is Trick-or-Treating?

Joseph Paoli, Staff Writer

November 12, 2018


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Swimmers dive into national pool

Swimmers dive into national pool

Ryan Zehnder, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


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   In recent years, Trinity Prep has had many exceptionally dominant athletics programs that routinely win district, regional and state honors in their respective sports. But, Varsity swimming is undoubtedly in the upper echelon of Trinity athletics when it comes to results. Trinity’s swim team ...

Be kind to yourself

Be kind to yourself

HARPER WILCOX, STAFF WRITER

November 9, 2018


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   It’s common for teens to dislike themselves. Although self deprecation may seem like the norm, it’s the students who treat themselves kindly who are able to enjoy their middle and high school careers.    “I tell myself that it doesn’t always matter what other people think,” sophomo...

THE TOXIC TRADITION OF FEMALE COMPETITION

Lexi Good, Staff Writer

November 9, 2018


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“I’m not like other girls.” This phrase is commonly worn with great pride, as if being like other girls is something to shun. Girls who distance themselves from other women and associate themselves with masculine qualities — often called “tomboys” — seem harmless in elementary school. But...

Smoke and mirrors

October 29, 2018


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   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.  ...

Uber Policy Blocks Minors from Riding

October 16, 2018


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Uber is taking the transportation game by storm as well as inserting itself in modern slang. Teenagers use it for a quick ride, a last-minute event or just in everyday language, since the company has become so popular. Because of its recent growth, students are Ubering alone, now more than ever. Howe...

Reactions Vary Towards New Honor Council System

Joseph Paoli, STAFF WRITER

October 15, 2018


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   During the Upper School assembly on Sept. 19, Upper School Dean of Students Kelly Aull announced significant alterations to the structure of the school’s Honor Council. Within a few seconds the student body quieted, and even the background conversations which always linger in the audience died dow...

From Pierogies to PB&J

Amy Qiao, Staff Writer

October 12, 2018


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Filip Jastrzębski, Trinity’s new exchange student from Warsaw, Poland, jumps headfirst into participating in the local Trinity culture. Whether it be trying his first Chick-fil-a Chicken Biscuit (a staple food item for a Tuesday breakfast at Trinity) or attending pep rallies in the RAC gym, Jastrz...

Lozano-Diaz brings her Holiday Cheer to the Classroom

Lozano-Diaz brings her Holiday Cheer to the Classroom

Joseph Paoli, Staff Writer

September 19, 2018


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  From the moment any person walks into the class of Spanish teacher Inmaculada Lozano-Diaz, they are greeted with a festive air. Even involving the students in writing the date on the board creates a vibe of a holiday, with the students practically clamoring to call out the month, day and year. Th...

Cabal coaches students to success

Cabal coaches students to success

Amy Qiao, News Staff Writer

September 12, 2018


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 Mixed Martial Arts and kickboxing referee Isiah Cabal uses his coaching skills in both the wrestling arena and in class, teaching AP and Honors World History. With Cabal’s prior experience teaching at Paul J. Hagerty High School for 13 years, he hopes to help students uncover the past of historians ...

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