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Did you know?  Pound cake, Mr. Modrak's favorite family recipe, is widely believed to have originated in the 1700s.

Teacher Talk: remembering family recipes

Emma Riddell, Copy Editor November 23, 2020

As the holiday season approaches, many people turn to the recipe box to find their favorite family dishes. These recipes can evoke fond memories and nostalgia. A few teachers at the high school shared...

Teachers give relationship advice to students

Morgan Kafana, Editor-in-Chief February 4, 2020

Mrs. Booher Q: How did you meet your significant other? A: At a company Christmas party at the George Washington Hotel. Q: How many years have you been married to your significant other? A: We...

Ms. Smith, smiles for a picture in the science wing.

Q&A with Ms. Smith

Emma Liggett, A&E Editor January 22, 2020

Q: Would you ever teach a biology class? If so, why? A: I’m a special ed teacher with a degree in social studies, but biology is growing on me. Q: Why did you decide to co-teach at Trinity? A:...

Special education teacher, Mr. Sukolsky joins the Hiller staff.

Trinity welcomes new math teacher, soccer coach

Contributed by Macy Comfort December 17, 2019

To begin the 2019-2020 school year, Trinity High School acquired a new teacher and boys’ soccer coach, Mr. Sukolsky. After graduating from the University of Mount Union last year, Sukolsky decided to...

Special Education teacher, Ms. Kinney gets a holiday picture taken the 2019 season.

Welcoming Ms. Kinney

Kayla Denke, Feature Editor December 16, 2019

Ms. Kinney is a new member of the Trinity staff and is not only a special education teacher but also a co-teacher in Mr. Swarrow’s eleventh-grade and Ms. Shaw’s twelfth-grade English classes. Kinney...

Trinity's new art instructor poses in front of the wall in the art room.

Q & A with Mr. Merchant: Trinity welcomes new illustrative instructor

Emma Liggett, A&E Editor October 29, 2019

Q: Did you like art in high school? Why or why not? A:Yes, because it’s the only thing I was good at. Q: What was your major in college and why? A: Illustration because I loved the way that...

All Hallow’s Eve: A Brainstorming Session

Herr McLaughlin October 29, 2019

Candy, Ghosts & Ghouls Ichabod Crane, Katrina van Tassel & that Hessian Soldier Trick or Treats Trick or Treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat! Really!!! A toothbrush!! Please...

The Haunted Locker

Mr. Dunn October 29, 2019

“We, like have to break into the school on Halloween night? That’s just plain spooky, Liz.” fretted Chad. “We’re not breaking in we’re just reporting to your locker at the way, way end of...

Monster Mash (Calculus Edition)

Mrs. Cotton October 29, 2019

I was working on my calculus, late one night When my eyes beheld an eerie sight For Mrs. Cotton out my window, began to rise And suddenly to my surprise   She then derived, she used...


Mr. Marino October 29, 2019

In the halls of Trinity high on Halloween eve, an unsightly creature was seen by a teacher named Steve. Going down the social studies wing in search of a treat, it was looking in rooms but found...

Dr. Demian smiles in his new office at THS.

Dr. Demian begins new role as assistant principal

Emma Malinak, Co-Editor-in-Chief and News Editor September 26, 2019

As the 2019-2020 school year begins, Trinity High School has the important job of welcoming a new assistant principal, Dr. Demian. With his years of leadership experience and his excitement to become a...

Mrs. Bennett poses for a picture in her studio.

Q & A with Mrs. Bennett

Morgan Kafana, Editor-in-Chief April 10, 2019

Q: How did you become interested in art? A: My relatives were art teachers and I grew up with an aunt who taught me art. I always took art classes in school and took my first pottery class at the age...

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