Trinity’s Class of 2025 President: Noah McQuillen

Trinitys Class of 2025 President: Noah McQuillen

Recently, Trinity held elections for the class of 2025’s senior class officers. Noah McQuillen came out victorious in the running for Trinity’s next student body president.

McQuillen has a reputation for being an upstanding young man and takes his faith seriously. Those who know him know he embodies the true meaning of being a Trinity brother, literally and figuratively. He has two older brothers that he has looked up to his whole life, who both attended Trinity.

Similarly to both of his brothers, McQuillen has played lacrosse his whole life, being a member of Trinity’s varsity lacrosse team since he was a freshman.  This year, he earned the honor of being appointed one of the two team captains. Crediting the achievement to displaying leadership to the coaches throughout his underclassman years.

McQuillen is an Eagle Scout, who says the Eagle Scout project has helped him helped in many ways, especially in leadership. “Having to work that out and lead others and give them instructions on how to complete the job correctly.” McQuillen’s Eagle Scout project took place at the Sister Visitor Center, which “is a charity center that helps people with rent and they also have a food pantry” in the West End of Louisville. “I created two flower boxes, two wooden flower boxes, and an eight-foot picnic table. The flower boxes were four by four, and it was for their community space.”

The culmination of being an Eagle Scout and lacrosse captain made him a great choice for the job; so thought many others in his class.

McQuillen has noticed the leadership throughout his years at Trinity. Noah credited the former leaders for his willingness to run. “My underclassman years. Kind of seeing them [former class presidents] motivated me, and it was always kind of in the back of my head, but then as junior year rolled around and progressed forward, kind of the motivation for it went up, and I decided that I wanted to run for it.”

McQuillen said he is looking forward to being involved in more events such as house sorting day and planning prom, and that his main goal for his presidency is to get the student body more involved. “I hope to speak on some of the board meetings and the school board meetings to kind of advocate for the students to have more say in the going-ons of Trinity.”

The ECHO staff wishes Noah and the rest of his cabinet the best for the upcoming school year.

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