The Hiller

What do dreams tell us about ourselves?

What do dreams tell us about ourselves?

Morgan Kafana, Editor-in-Chief

October 29, 2019

Imagine the following: it’s been a long and tiresome day at school. For a student or even a teacher, all they want to do is go home and catch up on some well-deserved sleep. As it gets later on in the evening, the clock reads 10:00 and it’s time for bed. When sleep finally overtakes their body, t...

Trinity tradition stands tall

Trinity tradition stands tall

Gina Gossett, Arts and Entertainment Editor

October 10, 2019

Trinity High School was bursting with school spirit as they announced the 2019-2020 Homecoming Queen. On Friday October 4, 2019, Senior Christiana Bouvy was named queen during halftime at the Homecoming football game. Bouvy said, “I think Homecoming court has its positives and negatives. On the up...

Falling into Trinity fun

Falling into Trinity fun

Emma Liggett, Staff Writer

September 26, 2019

As the summer finally winds to an end, fall activities welcome many to the school year, whether that means the new freshman or returning upperclassmen. The high school has something for everyone during the fall season. Fall entertainment can be found in school sports. For example, the golf team is run by Mr...

Nick Roth performs into his future

Nick Roth performs into his future

Jonathan Brodak, Feature Editor

May 21, 2019

Music programs have always been a large part of what makes Trinity special. Trinity offers students a large range of instrustruments that they can learn and allows them to perform in front of crowds of people who are always impressed by Trinity’s musical might. In total, Trinity offers eight classes th...

Pressing Promposals

Pressing Promposals

Riley Moore

March 15, 2019

The idea of prom has been romanticized in movies and television shows throughout the decades. The typical American cliché idealizes a night of dressing up and going out with friends, but now due to the popularity of “promposals,” the expectations of prom have become extreme. A Dallas student from 2001 is credited for the first promposal after he asked his date to prom over the school’s loudspeaker. “Our generation loves doing it bigger and better,” a student representative...

Music thrives at THS

Music thrives at THS

Rachel Chase, Assistant Editor-in-Chief

March 6, 2019

Recently, several THS students participated in District Orchestra, PMEA Honors Band, PMEA District Band, County Band, Country Choir and PMEA District Chorus. All of these events are based on paper applications and auditions. Students apply and are chosen by the event host. All of these events are open to...

Top 10 activities to participate in over Christmas break

Morgan Kafana, Editor-in-Chief

December 17, 2018

Ice skating Baking cookies Building and decorating gingerbread houses Getting together with friends Having a movie marathon                                                                                                     ...

Haunted Houses: No or Go?

Haunted Houses: No or Go?

Makenzie Marino

October 29, 2018

Just like that, spooky season is upon us.  From trick-or-treating to watching frightening movies, the possibilities of fall activities are endless.  An event that is popular, but many loathe, are haunted houses or fright nights. Some may think the acts are thrilling, but others hate the thought of ...

“The Nun” screams its way into theaters

Krista Lebar

October 5, 2018

“The Nun” is the fifth installment of “The Conjuring” series. It is a creepy series of horror movies that foreshadow the next film and keep the audience on their toes. “The Conjuring” series is based on the real lives of Ed and Lorraine Warren and their crazy lives as world renowned ghos...

The Student News Site of Trinity High School
Arts & Entertainment Articles