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ECHO Staff

October 31, 2018

jUsT wHen yOU thouGHt It wAs sAfE to wAlk the HaLLs of TrInItY!!!!!!!!!!! Happy Halloween!!  

When Teaching Paths Crisscross

Preston Romanov and Damarcus Wilson, Staff Reporters

October 30, 2018

More than just a similar mission connects a Catholic high school on Dixie Highway with the Rocks from Trinity. At least eight current Trinity teachers have connections with Holy Cross High School. The only coed Catholic high school in Jefferson County, Holy Cross in 1984 brought together st...

A Quarter In, New Faculty and Staff Rocks Settling In

Tim Rivette and Dominick DelSignore, Staff Reporters

October 29, 2018

Ms. Shannon Barr A 10-year educator, Barr is Trinity’s new freshman and sophomore language arts teacher, and is also a member of Dante House. Barr, who previously taught at St. Nicholas, said she is getting accustomed to teaching older students and teaching all boys. She said, “It took some adjustments, but I enjoy ...

Rock Steady Provides One-Two Punch to Fight Parkinson’s

Rock Steady Provides One-Two Punch to Fight Parkinson’s

Matt Gadd, Editor in Chief

September 21, 2018

Parkinson's disease and boxing don’t seem to be an ideal combination.  Usually people think of boxers, like Muhammad Ali, whose bodies have been ravaged by this illness. But at St. John Paul II Parish boxing helps fight the effects of Parkinson’s disease.  Trinity alumni and former faculty members ...

Much More Than a Fancy Dinner

Todd Crenshaw, Staff Reporter

July 6, 2018

On the surface it looks like a fancy dinner and a chance to socialize.  Trinity's celebraTion, however, is much more than that. Although Trinity is a school that everyone should be able to experience, it might not be possible for some because of financial reasons. The annual celebraTion -- reaching...

Camaraderie and Competition — Keys to Strong Intramural Program

Cole Crush, Editor in Chief

June 29, 2018

You may not be involved in a KHSAA sport, but you can still be an athlete and a champion. One of Trinity students' favorite extracurricular areas is the intramural program. Organizing such a program for 1,200 students is not an easy job. Retired at the end of May after 38 years as a biology and health/PE...

Is Crypto the Future of Currency?

Jacob Edlin, Staff Reporter

May 24, 2018

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

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

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

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

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

"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...

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