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  • Hybrid Classes on Campus/Online Begin..................................................................Sept. 8
  • Rocks Two Weeks Online Begins...................................................................Aug. 24
  • Freshman Academic Convocation Held Remotely..............................................................................Aug. 26

Disturbing ‘Joker’ a Powerful Portrayal

Brady Monks, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2019

It's simple. I saw it twice and I loved "Joker." Joaquin Phoenix's portrayal of Joker as psychotic doesn’t even feel like you're watching an actor act. It feels like you are watching a sad, confused man who is mentally unstable lose his mind because of society. Arthur Fleck (Joker) says, “Sometimes...

‘It Chapter Two’ Not Bad, But Ending Falls Flat

Trevor Smith, Staff Reporter

December 16, 2019

"It Chapter  Two" was an intriguing movie -- until the end. Trinity sophomore Brady Just summed up the way I felt through most of the film: He said, “The movie was very intriguing to watch.” Ms. Beth Leister summed up the way I felt about the ending. She said, “I was really disappointed in ...

Don’t Waste Any Time — See ‘Yesterday’ Today

Sam Repp, Staff Reporter

December 11, 2019

Jack Malik is riding his bike down the road in England. Out of nowhere a major power outage hits the whole world -- and Jack gets hit by a bus. This is the strange start to the movie "Yesterday," which is about singer/songwriter Jack (Himesh Patel) and friend Ellie (Lily James). After the blackout and...

Minecraft Allows Players to Create Their Own Stories

Alex Herman, Staff Reporter

December 9, 2019

Have you ever wanted to settle down on a tropical island? How about live in a mansion at the foot of a mountain? While life may inhibit dreams from becoming reality, with Minecraft, the only thing holding you back is how big you can dream. Where Minecraft truly shines is in its variety of modes. Playin...

Plenty of Family-Friendly Appeal

Chase Gravatte, Staff Reporter

December 6, 2019

Tucked in the corner of a strip mall, it is almost impossible to see from the main road. At first glance it may seem like an ordinary cafe, but inside is a full-blown restaurant. Gracious Plenty is a little-known restaurant located just off Highway 42 in Prospect. When you enter, you are greeted warmly...

Burger Girl is Diner Perfection

Ben DiSanto, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2019

After Bluegrass Burgers closed their doors in October 2018, restaurant owner Dan Borsch decided to bring the smell of hot food back to Frankfort Avenue with Burger Girl Diner. Borsch’s Burger Girl Diner opened its doors at 3334 Frankfort Avenue in late March of 2019. Borsch is also the owner of Lou...

Plenty of Punch as Harlow Maintains Hometown Vibe

Zachary Crumes, Staff Reporter

November 25, 2019

Punchline after punchline after punchline. A lot of the lyrics in modern day hip hop are empty. There are, however, a few fruitful punchlines that are indeed “Heavy Hitters." An example: “Shout-out to the hometown; I know that they gon' feel this.” This shout-out to his hometown of Louisville co...

Stunning ‘Joker’ Takes Comic Book Films to a Disturbing Level

Preston Romanov, Editor in Chief

November 21, 2019

If films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are based on shiny comics, then DC's "Joker" comes from the gritty, grimy pulp comics printed on rough paper. Driving through the streets of Gotham at night, fires burning, sirens wailing, red lights flashing, and a mob crowding the streets, Joker sits in th...

Remembrance, Renewal and Reminder from the Powerful Light of Music

Lloyd Soards, Contributing Reviewer

November 18, 2019

A powerful mixture of darkness and light. "Violins of Hope," a concert played by the Louisville Orchestra at the Kentucky Center for the Arts, featured eight violins played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust. The violins were made available through Avshalom Weinstein, a second-generation violin collector...

‘Hype’ Tantalizes with Lights but Leaves Us in the Dark

Gus Boyer, Contributing Reviewer

November 18, 2019

The great rapper Nas said, “No idea is original; there’s nothing new under the sun; it’s never what you do, but how it’s done.” Theater has been around for millennia. Musicals are all too common. Even theater productions about rap music have been performed. Playwright Idris Goodwin, h...

FLIK Makes Lunch One of the Best Parts of the Day

Tim Rivette, Staff Columnist

December 21, 2018

  Students rush down the hallway, the smell of pizza, burgers, and burritos getting stronger by the step.  Finally, they sit down with a tray of delicious food. This is an average lunch period at Trinity, for many students one of most important parts of the school day. The FLIK team at Trinity  i...

A Pipeline to the Heart of the ‘D’

Jack Wolfram, Contributing Writer

September 20, 2018

From the first line alone, "Skeleton Crew" delivers an unexpectedly raw, meaty dose of reality.  The show isn’t a comedy; it isn’t a tragedy, either. Nor is it some fantastical figment of a stuffy, long-since-dead playwright’s imagination.  In fact, there doesn’t seem to be anything fictional...

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