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Fly-Overs and Moving Remarks as Tree is Dedicated in Memory of Tim Hardesty ’16

Fly-Overs and Moving Remarks as Tree is Dedicated in Memory of Tim Hardesty ’16

ECHO Staff

Trinity President Dr. Rob Mullen expressed appreciation to all who attended and helped in the dedication of a tree in memory of 2016 graduate Tim Hardesty, who passed away during last summer. As an underclassman, Tim fou...

March 242 Comments

Ashes Distributed to Mark Beginning of Lent

Ashes Distributed to Mark Beginning of Lent

ECHO Staff

As storms subsided this morning, the school community received ashes to mark the beginning of Lent. Students helped distribute ashes during first block.  Lent is a time of fasting and prayer before Easter. &nbs...

March 1No Comments

Fast on the Draw!

Fast on the Draw!

ECHO Staff

Trinity senior Daniel Langford drew this Einstein in 10 minutes. Langford is a member of Mr. Shayne Hull's AP art class. Teacher Mr. Chittissery Mathai documented Langford's quick draw.

February 28No Comments

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Keeping Them Laughing

Keeping Them Laughing

Liam Gray, Staff Reporter

Many people say laughter is the best medicine. Humor is so important at Trinity that a club and a course...

March 21No Comments

From the Archbishop to the King — March Moments!

From the Archbishop to the King — March Moments!

ECHO Staff

Seventy degrees. No, make that 25 degrees. While March hasn't quite made up its mind about the temps,...

March 16No Comments

Faith at Trinity — ‘The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same’

Faith at Trinity — ‘The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same’

Connor Rafferty, Staff Reporter

“Father Steinhauser wrote his doctoral thesis in the 1930s about the ideal American Catholic high sc...

March 2No Comments

Censorship in Video Games on the Rise

Alex Garbus, Staff Reporter

Video games are one of the most prominent forms of media in today’s world. As with other forms of media,...

February 1No Comments

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Mixed Reactions to ‘Fantastic Beasts’

Michael Payne, Staff Reporter

Want to be enthralled again by the Harry Potter movies? Want to become captivated with more of the magic universe? That will happen when you see "Fantastic Beasts and Where...

January 13No Comments

‘Stranger’ Needs a Little Polish, a Bit More Background and a Lot Less CGI

Dominic Repp, Staff Reporter

The '80s are often described like a magical place and time on this earth, especially in America. As disco declined and newer waves of dance music emerged, children roamed freely on their bikes in their neighborhoods, and, of course, s...

December 13No Comments

‘Mitt’ Shows Us Another Side of Romney

December 1

The particularly vitriolic nature of the recent presidential...

No New Body, But iPhone 7 Sports Some Positive Changes

November 29

Cellphones have been around for 40 years now -- from...

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Why Does the NCAA Refuse to Share with the Real Money Makers?

Sam Rueff, Staff Reporter

Say you see your hero athlete, run up to him or her to get an autograph and then find out they can’t sign anything because of rules. This is a problem going on and i...

March 24No Comments

Reflections from the Mat

Reflections from the Mat

Anthony Farias, Staff Reporter

Set yourself in a wrestling stance. Knees bent, chest over your thighs, and your eyes staring into your opponent’s. Boom boom, boom boom, boom boom…your heart races, pumping...

February 22No Comments

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