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Serving Lunch to Shamrocks an Evolving Process

Hunter Mulloy, Editor in Chief

January 23, 2017


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During this senior's time at Trinity, lunch has undergone a number of changes that many may not have noticed but are an important part of most everyone's day. The changes include food variety, prices and eating habits. The most notable change has been the school's menu.   Senior Jacob Schneid...

Still Just as Mysterious, the Legend of Bigfoot Continues

Donnie Rand, Staff Reporter

January 9, 2017


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The sun rose high above the California sky on Oct. 20, 1967. Two filmmakers, Roger Patterson and Robert Gimlin, set out on that clear afternoon to film some scenes in nature and search for an elusive creature known as Sasquatch. On horseback, armed with a rifle and a video camera, the two made ...

Student Projects Examine The Holocaust

Robert Davis, Editor in Chief

January 4, 2017


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The Holocaust is one of the darkest events of human history, resulting in millions of deaths and some of the worst atrocities in human history. Trinity teacher Mrs. Betsy Darby’s students created projects last semester that reflected on the horrific event. For The Holocaust class project, students...

Adorned with Christmas Touches, Trinity Chapel a Center of Faith

Adorned with Christmas Touches, Trinity Chapel a Center of Faith

ECHO Staff

January 4, 2017


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Theology teacher Mrs. Holly McGuire added some Christmas beauty to the Trinity Chapel.  

Initiatives Working to Continue Crime Decrease in St. Matthews

Hunter Mulloy, Editor in Chief

January 3, 2017


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More than 100 murders in the city of Louisville this year has people asking if we are becoming the next Chicago.  Questions arise: How did we let this happen, or how did this come to be?  Louisville has been regarded as a nice city in the middle of the Bluegrass State, but the shocking crime numbers...

‘Tis the Season as Windemere Becomes a Place of Wonder

‘Tis the Season as Windemere Becomes a Place of Wonder

Cole Crush, Staff Reporter

December 9, 2016


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As the days get shorter, Windemere Place gets brighter with the season's beautiful Christmas lights. Windemere Place is not a typical neighborhood during Christmas time. Some families started putting up Christmas lights even before Thanksgiving, but most put them up the day after.  Almost every house...

Quick Recall Rocks Aiming for Return to State

Quick Recall Rocks Aiming for Return to State

Trevor Liebert, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2016


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The moderator begins by reading a question about the author of "A Modest Proposal." A player buzzes in before the moderator can finish the question and answers, “Jonathan Swift." The player is rewarded when the moderator indicates that his answer is correct. Trinity’s quick recall team works...

For the Best in Shamrock Apparel, Check Out Trinity’s Campus Store!

ECHO Staff

December 7, 2016


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Check out Trinity High School's Campus Store! Please shop online for in-store pickup. 2016 Football Champs Gear available in store starting Wednesday, Dec. 7, 3:00 - 6:00 P.M. Our School Store will be open Monday, Dec. 5,  8:00 - 4:30 P.M. Tuesday, Dec. 6, 9:30 - 4:30 P.M.    Wednesday, ...

Celebrating Three Decades in the Communication Arts Center

Celebrating Three Decades in the Communication Arts Center

Dominic Repp, Staff Reporter

November 16, 2016


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Imagine walking toward Sherrin Avenue. The day is warm, the sky is blue, and you’re heading to class. You quickly hop up the steps and glance at the massive building as the words Communication Arts Center come into view. You walk in and enter your class -- art with Mr. Shayne Hull or Mr. James Serochi, intro...

A Shamrock Sunrise

A Shamrock Sunrise

ECHO Staff

November 2, 2016


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Teacher Mr. Alan Wilson captured this early-morning moment.  He said, "I believe it was last week when I was going to my art class that I saw this beautiful sunrise, so I call this "Sunrise Over Trinity."

October Moments

October Moments

ECHO Staff

October 19, 2016


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From academics to athletics, from clubs to community, the range of interests pursued every day on Trinity's campus astonishes.  These photos provide a small sampling of three weeks in October.   

Time to Get FIRED UP! — It’s Pride Week!

Time to Get FIRED UP! — It’s Pride Week!

ECHO Staff

September 27, 2016


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The annual Shamrock Awards luncheon...........Posters..........Banners..............Yes, it's the beginning of Pride Week! Just to whet your appetite, some early Pride Week photos.    

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