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Walking with My Father

Walking with My Father

Liam O'Brien, Staff Reporter April 9, 2021

A winter morning with a little snow on the ground, we were up early and heading to the Public Defender’s office. I walked into my father’s brand-new office, with its very organized hills of paperwork. ...

For Rocks archers, repetition is key.

Complete Silence Before the Thunder

Joseph Eng, Staff Reporter April 8, 2021

Fifty archers once stood at these targets, creating an incoherent buzz that ran throughout the gym. Now there are only 20, and now the air conditioning unit dominates the other sounds. When this pandemic...

Neither cold nor rain nor mud.....

As Temps Hit 80, Remembrances of Cold Days Past

Jackson Bogel, Guest Columnist April 6, 2021

Into the wind. The park is populated with runners, joggers, and bikers, all braving the cold. Winds make it even colder, but the temperature is still bearable. Most do not welcome cold weather. Most...

An attempt to salvage a dear computer fell solidly flat.

Requiem for a Laptop

John Vanetti, Contributing Columnist March 19, 2021

From the dreary, wet concrete outside the Best Buy electronics store on Shelbyville Road, I could feel my face slowly lit by neon. Inside, a haven from the rainy darkness awaited. The doors opened at...

Allow Students a Chance to Avoid College Debt

Connor Romines, Staff Reporter November 3, 2020

Should college be free? To say the least, the cost of attending a four-year college or university is significant, and many students can be shackled by income restraints that force them to accrue...

Ensure Brighter Days Ahead by Staying Focused

Shane Limberg, Staff Reporter November 3, 2020

COVID-19 has been the main news throughout 2020, but are Americans disciplined enough to remove the disease from our lives? Even as cases go up, behavior gets relaxed. At this rate, the virus is going...

Michael Chou '20 was among 262 graduates in the 64th graduating class from Trinity High School.

Reflections on a Year Unlike Any Other

Preston Romanov '20, Editor in Chief May 31, 2020

It was like any other school day. The bell rings, hallways fill, lockers slam, and a rush to first block. In class, you continue to hear the term “COVID-19,” which had been talked about all week around...

For this Senior, Laughter is Best Medicine

Jeff Palmquist, Staff Reporter April 17, 2020

"In prehistoric times, mankind often had only two choices in crisis situations: fight or flee. In modern times, humor offers us a third alternative:  fight, flee - or laugh." -- Robert Orben Sometimes...

Senior Sees Opportunities in Tough Situation

RiLee Waggoner, Staff Reporter April 17, 2020

"When written in Chinese, the word crisis is composed of two characters -- one represents danger, and the other represents opportunity." -- John F. Kennedy I feel this quote involves my everyday...

Trinity senior Trent Youngblood

Senior Grows in Appreciation During Pandemic

Trent Youngblood, Staff Reporter April 12, 2020

"There's always an opportunity with crisis. Just as it forces an individual to look inside himself, it forces a company to reexamine its policies and practices." --  crisis manager Judy Smith  When...

Finding God’s Truth

Jeff Palmquist, Columnist March 28, 2020

Picture a room full of more than 1,000 people locking their arms behind each other’s backs. A sudden, simple sway overtakes the crowd, and like a wave, the lyrics of the Rocks' Alma Mater move...

A Family for Life

Andrew Hamill, Columnist March 28, 2020

Imagine walking through the halls your first day of high school -- just a tiny freshman unsure what you're doing. I finally found my locker, and I know all I have to do is open it, and the rest of...

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