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No problem getting blood from Rocks

Ryan Coleman

October 14, 2013

How many of us think the following: "I like to think that I'm not scared of much; but I have to admit there's one thing I just can't stand. Upon the sight of blood, I find myself wanting to quickly turn away or to shut my eyes tight and think happy thoughts. So last year, when I was asked to participate in one of the blood drives that Tr...

Reflection on a theme — guided by “Faith, Family, Fellowship,” seniors look to leave mark

Ryan Coleman

September 27, 2013

Fides, Familia, Communio.  If someone were to hear those Latin words on the street, they probably wouldn’t have any idea what they mean. A Trinity student, however, would know exactly what they mean. In fact, this entire school year revolves around those three words--and that’s exactly what Senior Class P...

Bardstown Road zombies jump-start Halloween season

ECHO Staff

September 25, 2013

Blood, rotting flesh and moans come to the mind when people think of the horrid creatures known as zombies. But these "fake creatures" became a physical obsession recently as thousands of them roamed the streets of lower Bardstown Road. This year more than 7,000 people covered in blood and latex attended...

Turtle Man has nothing on alligator-wrestling senior

David Mulhall

September 23, 2013

Trinity has students who are interested in sports, cooking and an amazing assortment of other activities. Senior Nick Miller has taken activities to a new level -- the jaws of an alligator. When thinking of exciting places to vacation, Alamosa, Colo., may not come to mind. However, when Miller ...

GSP experience yields connections, academics — and fun

GSP experience yields connections, academics — and fun

Devon Little

September 18, 2013

At first unsure about the Governor's Scholars Program, after five weeks on Bellarmine University's campus this summer, senior Thomas Beyerle had made up his mind. He said, “(It) was the best five weeks of my life.” On its home page the GSP states, “The program provides academic and personal gr...

Not your father’s iPod — technology explosion pulls teens from music stores

Jake Smith

September 17, 2013

  Music has always been a way for people to express themselves, but with the spread of the Internet and subsequent music streaming technologies, consumption among teenagers has taken a turn. The shift is believed to have started with the launch of Apple's iPod in 2001. Read More »...

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