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Right to Life Club moderator Mr. Stuart Hamilton speaks with ECHO reporter Sam Travelstead.

New Right to Life Club Attends March for Life, Plans Service Projects

Sam Travelstead and Nate Zimmerman, Staff Reporters February 22, 2023

Along with thousands of others, Trinity's Respect for Life Club took part in the March for Life, held Jan. 20 in Washington, D.C. The new club, under moderator Mr. Stuart Hamilton, works to facilitate...

Four students from Argentina will spend a month at Trinity as part of an exchange program.

¡Bienvenidos a la Trinity!

Tucker Puryear and William Botner, Staff Reporters February 9, 2023

After traveling more than 14 hours by air (4,615 nautical miles), four young men joined the Trinity student body on Jan. 30. These new Rocks arrived on campus as part of a student exchange program with...

ECHO reporter Chris Hatcher, left, interviews Future Problem Solving team member  Leo McAllister.

Putting Heads Together to Solve Future Problems

Riley Mason and Chris Hatcher, Staff Reporters February 6, 2023

Imagine being asked to solve today's problems.  Then imagine being asked to solve problems projected 25 years into the future. That's exactly what Trinity's Future Problem Solving team does. The FPS...

Driven to Perform, Trinity Teacher Stars in Musical

Matthew Craven and Liam McGaha, Staff Reporters February 3, 2023

Beneath his mathematics exterior beats the heart of a true thespian. Trinity math teacher Mr. Brian Bowles knows what it takes to have a lead role in a demanding musical. Bowles starred in the Time Slip...

Having Fun Just Par for this Course

Having Fun Just Par for this Course

Trinity's Golf Club is all about fun. Among the latest additions to the school's activities offerings, the Golf Club is open to all students no matter their skill level. Moderators Mr. Alex Dotsey and...

En Garde! -- Fencing Rejoins Club Offerings

En Garde! — Fencing Rejoins Club Offerings

Drew Hatcher and Drew Allen, Staff Reporters January 25, 2023

For Trinity's Fencing Club adviser, Mr. Blake Napper, the sport is “often not about overpowering somebody. It's about out-thinking them and out-maneuvering them." After a number of years without a...

Almost a Half Century of Shamrock Senior Retreats

Almost a Half Century of Shamrock Senior Retreats

ECHO Staff November 21, 2022

Senior Retreat has been part of the Trinity tradition since the mid-1970s, at that time led by Trinity Chaplain Fr. Dave Zettel '58 and Fr. Ron Domhoff.  Coordinated by Campus Ministry (Mrs. Mary Emrich...

Chinese Club Students Follow the Beat of the Waist Drum

Chinese Club Students Follow the Beat of the ‘Waist Drum’

ECHO Staff November 21, 2022

Members of the Chinese Club/Class learned to play the yaogu, the "waist drum."  The students, under the direction of teacher Mrs. Yinghao Dong, played the medium-sized drum that is used in celebrations,...

Biology Students Grow Basil Plants for Experimental Design Process

Biology Students Grow Basil Plants for Experimental Design Process

ECHO Staff November 10, 2022

Trinity students in the biology classes of Mr. Wes Thomas, Mr. Patrick Heintz and Mr. Michael Budniak grew basil plants in the campus greenhouse as part of the experimental design process.  The process...

Chinese Club/Class members practiced Chinese calligraphy and painting.

Chinese Club/Class Members Practice Calligraphy and Painting

ECHO Staff November 3, 2022

Members of Trinity's Chinese Club and class learned about Chinese calligraphy and painting.  The next Chinese Club event is entitled "Chinese waist drum," to take place Nov. 18 in S251. Moderator/Teacher...

Some Scary (and some not so scary) Shamrocks!!

Some Scary (and some not so scary) Shamrocks!!

ECHO Staff November 1, 2022

Some members of the Trinity faculty donned costumes to celebrate Halloween.                     

The first edition of Trinitys yearbook, the Shamrock was published in 1957. This photo appears on the title page.

A Look to the Past as Shamrocks Celebrate 70th Year

ECHO Staff October 19, 2022

Seventy years.  When a tiny high school in St. Matthews began in September 1953 with 106 freshmen and four teachers, only the most optimistic could have have envisioned the amazing accomplishments and...

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