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  • Semester Exams ...............................................................Dec. 13 - Dec. 16
  • Winter Concert............Dec. 9 and Dec. 11...........Placement Test .....Dec. 10
  • Christmas Break! ................................................................................Dec. 17 - Jan. 2
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...

Backyard Life

Backyard Life

Collin Sanders, Staff Reporter March 9, 2022

I could not help but see and hear everything around me. The world was moving but weirdly not moving at all. Birds were chirping, snow was falling, and branches were swinging. Still, there was an eerie...

The Artist Within

The Artist Within

Nick Owens, Guest Columnist March 8, 2022

As I approach the wooded trail, I admire the rock formation protruding from wooded ground, crumbling from the passing of time. Seneca Park's Big Rock looms in the path before me. My eyes drift over...

A Magical World of Books and So Much More

A Magical World of Books and So Much More

Trevor Antle, Guest Columnist March 1, 2022

Looking to escape the rain, the dark brick overhang and enormous glass windows entice me to enter. A looping soundtrack of quaint jazz songs plays throughout Barnes & Noble as I encounter hundreds...

Strolling Through a Barren World

Strolling Through a Barren World

Ryan Groza, Guest Columnist February 24, 2022

As menacing clouds stole all light from the sky on this cold winter afternoon, I discovered a secret world reminiscent of death and loneliness. Apart from the birds fleeing the upcoming storm, no life...

A Place Like No Other

‘A Place Like No Other’

Matt Klein, Staff Reporter February 24, 2022

Trinity is a place like no other. Over my four years at Trinity High School, I have grown and developed more than I could have ever imagined. I have not only grown physically but also mentally. Trinity...

The Best Year of My Life

‘The Best Year of My Life’

Ashton Sims, Staff Reporter February 16, 2022

Senior year has been a blast so far. Class is no longer Teams meetings, and I have actually been able to meet my teachers in person. I have been able to play intramural basketball on my House team and...

Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Lucas Sapata, Staff Reporter February 16, 2022

Making the Best of the Last 50 Cents

Making the Best of the Last 50 Cents

Jaxon Straub, Staff Reporter February 14, 2022

“If your entire high school experience is $4, you have already spent $3.50. You only have 50 cents left.” Trinity teacher Mr. John Baldwin has slightly changed this saying throughout the year as...

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