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Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Mike Domzalski

Brennan Powers, Staff Reporter

April 1, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. Mr. Mike Domzalski graduated from Trinity in 1985 and would come back a decade later as a teacher.  He is known for making learning fun, using "The Simpsons," for example, and teaching students li...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Keith Rapp

Jeremy Mason, Staff Reporter

April 1, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. History teacher Mr. Keith Rapp, raised in Fairdale, attended a small private high school called Farmdale Christian. In his 18th year teaching at Trinity and his 27th year teaching overall, he spo...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Pete Schroeder

Andrew Hamill, Staff Reporter

March 25, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. Most everyone knows Trinity teacher and lacrosse team coach Mr. Pete Schroeder. He started the lacrosse program and teaches multiple business-related classes. But many may not know that he grew up in New Jersey aroun...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Mike Snyder

Simon Fewell, Staff Reporter

March 20, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. Much goes into running a successful athletic program at any school or university, or on the professional level.  Almost every sport involves conditioning and strength training. The person in charge...

How to Make the Best of Classes Off Campus — Senior Offers Advice to Trinity Brothers

How to Make the Best of Classes Off Campus — Senior Offers Advice to Trinity Brothers

Preston Romanov, Editor in Chief

March 19, 2020

As Trinity students finish their first week off campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, senior Tristan Thornsberry offers advice to the Class of 2020 and all his Trinity brothers.  Please click the link below: https://thsstudentcom-my.sharepoint.com/:v:/g/personal/20200281_trinity_rocks/EQ4mhzzj--NCkRXWygCPDJ0BY4Xt5DlXn0dLuOrtJaeulg?e=q8wNzI  

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Michael Budniak

Davis Crane, Staff Reporter

March 19, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. Most of us dream of taking an exotic vacation -- some do more than dream. Trinity science teacher Mr. Michael Budniak talked about spending time in the Amazon Rainforest, which included the cold w...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Ben Sobczyk

Braden Barry, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. College can be confusing and difficult for freshmen. The change of lifestyle can really cause young people to mature if taken seriously, but the freedom can also have negative effects. Trinity social...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mrs. Yinghao Dong

Zachary Crumes, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators.   Located in Sheehan Hall, inside room 251, you will find various Chinese decorations and posters hung up along with almost everything in the room being labeled in Mandarin. Mrs. Yinghao Don...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Jeff Hurt

Preston Romanov, Editor in Chief

March 3, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators.   Interpreting an entire day of wedding services, including music being performed by a DJ, and getting bit by a travel bug on your first trip out of the country, Mr. Jeff Hurt has had quite t...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Mike Szabo

Sam Repp, Staff Reporter

March 3, 2020

This is the first in a series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators.   Meet Trinity teacher and varsity basketball head coach Mike Szabo. Coach Szabo has been coaching for 29 years, the last 19 at Trinity.  When he is not coaching, he is teaching P.E. and health; he al...

Hazing Still a Part of Greek Life

Hazing Still a Part of Greek Life

Zachary Crumes, Staff Reporter

February 12, 2020

Hazing. The word brings to mind embarrassment and ridicule. How much does this previously condoned initiation practice still exist? HazingPrevention.org defines hazing as "any action taken or any situation created intentionally that causes embarrassment, harassment or ridicule and risks emotional ...

Trinity Sociology Class Studies Louisville’s Redlining Policy

ECHO Staff

February 11, 2020

From Trinity teacher Mr. Chad Waggoner:  For several weeks my Advanced Sociology class studied redlining (the 1933 policy to segregate Louisville and not allow African Americans to purchase homes) and how that policy has impacted our city today. We have had several people from outside Trinity contr...

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