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Is Crypto the Future of Currency?

Jacob Edlin, Staff Reporter

May 24, 2018


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Cryptocurrency. Sounds futuristic, right? It may someday be the form of universal currency. Cryptocurrency is a digital currency in which encryption techniques are used to regulate the generation of units of currency and verify the transfer of funds, operating independently of a central bank. It is not ...

A Formula for Racing Success

LC Newton, Staff Reporter

May 24, 2018


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The Indy 500 -- one of the largest and most prestigious auto races in the world.  Where does it start for those who compete in this death-defying event? For Trinity junior Jacob Abel, whose goal is to one day line up in the Indianapolis 500, racing go-karts when he was younger gave him his first ta...

Legendary Teacher, Coach, Athletics Director Dennis Lampley in His Own Words

Legendary Teacher, Coach, Athletics Director Dennis Lampley in His Own Words

Grant Brunstetter, Staff Reporter

May 14, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Trinity High School has been in existence for 65 years, and for 47 of those years Dennis Lampley has been involved with Shamrocks athletics. Think about that. After almost five decades Coach Lampley is calling it a career. “It’s been a pretty good ride here,” Lampley said in a recent inte...

For Trinity Senior, It’s Eyes on the Skies

For Trinity Senior, It’s Eyes on the Skies

Gus Boyer, Staff Reporter

May 8, 2018


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Jared Roberts straps himself in to the leather seat, waiting for the methodical click of the metal pieces. The Trinity senior then carefully adjusts his headset, pushes the communication button, and listens for the static coming from his earpiece. “Control tower to pilot,” he hears. “You are...

From Both Sides of the Desk, an Ongoing Legacy

LC Newton, Staff Reporter

April 9, 2018


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Since the mid-1950s students have walked the halls of Trinity, each hoping one day to follow his passion. A good number developed a passion to teach, and what better place to teach than the place where that desire began? Three of many Trinity grads who have returned to their alma mater were interviewed. Everyone...

Past and Present United by Trinity Teacher’s Discovery

Bucky Stalker, Staff Reporter

April 6, 2018


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"It was the way of Nam," said Sonny Pullem, U.S. Army veteran of the war in Vietnam. "There weren't very many heroes. You either lived or died." The United States signed a truce with North Vietnam in 1973 and ended involvement in the country in 1975 when the South was overrun by the North.  The...

Trinity Department of Theatre Arts Rocks to Rave Reviews

Trinity Department of Theatre Arts Rocks to Rave Reviews

Jacob Anonson, Staff Reporter

April 2, 2018


Filed under Features, Photo Galleries, Showcase

What had music of the '80s, packed houses, and rave reviews? Easy answer: the Trinity Department of Theatre Arts spring production of "Rock of Ages." Complete with hairspray, guitars, dancing and a love story, "Rock of Ages -- High School Edition" opened Mar. 14 in the Trinity Auditorium.  A look...

Trinity Senior Making Strides in Music World

Trinity Senior Making Strides in Music World

Jacob Edlin, Staff Reporter

April 2, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Passion, talent, hard work. This combination led to Trinity senior Baltazar Lora signing with the label Santander Music. Through his individual work and collaboration with Music Juice, Lora is making strides in the music world. Music Juice is a YouTube Channel that includes multiple individuals, among...

Off the Record on the Record

Off the Record on the Record

Cole Crush, Editor in Chief

March 31, 2018


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Nearly 40 years after the British invasion, there was another band invasion. Not the Beatles or Rolling Stones. This was Off the Record, a band started by Trinity teacher Mr. Dick Wunderlin in 2006 at the school's Battle of the Bands. The Battle of the Bands was an event held annually in Trinity’s c...

Technology in the Classroom One More Way to Prepare Students

Robert Lewis, Staff Reporter

March 31, 2018


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Imagine a world without technology, without the Internet. Today's students can't begin to understand a world like that. But what about teachers? "I was hesitant about computers at first, but now that I know how to use them, I am okay with it," Trinity teacher Ms. Debbie Walling said. She...

Rocks to Spend Summer Immersed in ‘Paradise’

Rocks to Spend Summer Immersed in ‘Paradise’

Grant Brunstetter, Staff Reporter

March 27, 2018


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Iguanas that dive 30 meters deep in the ocean. Leaf-cutter ants that cultivate their own food. Tortoises that outlive humans. Trinity students will encounter all of these when they travel to tropical destinations in June to witness biological wonders, conduct important research, and immerse themselves in unfami...

Bob Edelen Will be Missed

Michael A. Lindenberger, ’89, Contributing Writer

March 22, 2018


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The autumn I was 16 brought me in touch with a book that soon had me ensorcelled. It was William Peter Blatty’s 1971 horror novel, "The Exorcist," and it had me by the short hairs. A hint of sex, of sacrilege and supernatural awe. As a fairly chaste Catholic boy still afraid of my own submerged sexual...

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