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Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Jay Cobb

Preston Romanov '20, Editor in Chief

May 24, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. A bust of President Abraham Lincoln sporting a Trinity football cap sits in the basement of Mr. Jay Cobb's home. Coach Cobb, who has taught social studies at Trinity since 2014, also serves as defen...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Adam Klein

Kyle Hodes '20, Staff Reporter

May 16, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. The work Trinity House and Activities Director Mr. Adam Klein does on a daily basis impacts students and faculty alike. A conversation with Mr. Klein revealed his passion for teaching and for Trini...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. John Baldwin

Connor Carrico, Staff Reporter

May 11, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. Trinity math teacher Mr. John Baldwin is a man of many talents. One might not think pre-calculus goes with kung fu, but they do for Mr. Baldwin, who moderates the school's Kung Fu Club. He spoke a...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Patrick Heintz

Anthony Volkovitsky, Staff Reporter

April 22, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. From working on life-saving medications to discovering a new species of cockroach, Trinity teacher Mr. Patrick Heintz definitely has an interesting resume. During his time at Trinity, he has taken...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Geoff Norman

William Blevins, Staff Reporter

April 18, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. Trinity teacher and coach Mr. Geoff Norman lived most of his life in Canada and learned to love the game of hockey. He grew up watching greats like Stan Smyl and playing hockey since he was very young....

For Trinity President, Now is Time to ‘Celebrate Every Senior’ — a Q & A with Dr. Rob Mullen

Preston Romanov, Editor in Chief

April 16, 2020

Dr. Rob Mullen is a 1977 graduate of Trinity. Prior to being named the school’s second president in October 2000, he served as a full-time teacher, assistant soccer coach, Campus Minister, Director of Students (twice), Director of Development (twice), and special assistant to the president. He has...

A Trinty Senior’s Rendition of the Alma Mater

Trinity senior Jake Bowles plays the Trinity Alma Mater

ECHO Staff

April 13, 2020

Trinity senior Jake Bowles recorded this short rendition of Trinity's Alma Mater. Click on the link below and enjoy!     https://thsstudentcom-my.sharepoint.com/:v:/g/personal/lococo_trinityrocks_com/ETieUQyEZy1DnDrgs_yCO4oBoeUZgx8izI_44JldOGHK3Q?e=XH962E

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mrs. Judith Waggoner

Colin Schaffner, Staff Reporter

April 9, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. Have you ever wondered how murders are solved? In Trinity's forensic science class, students learn to conduct a murder investigation, among many other fascinating activities with teacher Mrs. Ju...

Reverbs from the ECHO Chamber — a Q & A with Mr. Devian Logan

Trenton Steele, Staff Reporter

April 7, 2020

Another in a continuing series of Q & A interviews with Trinity faculty, staff and administrators. Teacher, counselor, coach and outstanding athlete, Mr. Devian Logan, Class of 1991, spoke about his time in college and his work at Trinity. Q: You played football and ran track in college. Ho...

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...

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