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Fusion: A Future Worth Pursuing

Connor Kalvar '23, Guest Columnist June 4, 2023

Unlimited, clean power using the hydrogen from water as a fuel. It sounds like fantasy, right? With the use of fusion, it’s definitely possible. Usually, the term "green energy" evokes pictures of wind...

Memories for a Lifetime

Noah Meyers, Contributing Writer January 9, 2023

It’s hard to put into words how much my four years at Trinity has meant to me. I will cherish for the rest of my life the lessons I learned, events I experienced, and friends I made. I am beyond proud...

Building a Strong Foundation

Sam Travelstead, Staff Reporter December 31, 2022

My life has been centered around Trinity over the past four years. I have maintained and developed new friendships I will carry into college as well as beyond college. I have learned necessary life...

Finding What is Needed

Riley Mason, Staff Reporter December 31, 2022

In the fall of 2019, I walked into Trinity for my first classes.  I didn’t know at the time how much Trinity would shape me and affect my future. While at Trinity, I decided I was going to play...

A Place to Exceed Expectations

Drew Hatcher, Staff Reporter December 31, 2022

Trinity has meant the world to me and has influenced me in amazing ways. Trinity defines brotherhood to me. Growing up, I always heard of Trinity creating brother-like bonds, but I never fully understood...

Learning About Brotherhood

Drew Allen, Staff Reporter December 31, 2022

My Trinity experience has taught me many things. One of the most important is brotherhood. I remember hearing about it as a shadow, but being at Trinity and really experiencing it is something special....

A Walk Among the Trees

A Walk Among the Trees

Robby Durning, Contributing Writer December 15, 2022

Abominable gusts of autumn wind permeate the yawning surface of our street. The  driveway creates a colossal opening next to the forest. None of the trees of the forest dare to overhang the boulevard,...

A Natural Masterpiece

A Natural Masterpiece

Matthew Goatley, Contributing Writer December 9, 2022

The gravel driveway crumbled under my feet while I walked to the back of the property. With lead-colored cloudy skies and cold winds, goats were creeping around, making noises to show they were hungry...

Backyard Memories

Backyard Memories

Jake Disselkamp, Contributing Writer December 1, 2022

As I walked down the steps leading onto the patio, a cool autumn breeze gave me chills. I looked out into the large backyard of the house I have lived in most of my life, seeing childhood memories. There...

Life in the Extreme

Life in the Extreme

Mason Stith, Contributing Writer November 28, 2022

Cold breath buffets my face. My eyes wander and gaze at the desolate creek, which lies barren and dry. The trees dance overhead. They shake themselves to the beat of the wind and drop little gifts that...

Safe Crossing

Safe Crossing

Owen McGreevy, Tri-Editor in Chief March 21, 2022

Muddy brown water flows slowly downriver, carrying a small piece of driftwood further out of view. Clouds overtake the sky, letting no sun creep through. A fierce wind whips by, sending chills throughout...

A Journey Through the Cooking Glass or Were Off to See the Costco

A Journey Through the Cooking Glass or We’re Off to See the Costco

Sam Arnold, Guest Columnist March 18, 2022

As I walk through the hallowed entrance of the Costco warehouse, wielding my mother’s well-used membership card, a familiar realm awaits me. I immediately hear the faint sounds of shopping carts grumbling...

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