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The German display case that sits near Herr McLaughlin’s room showcases multiple items reminiscent of German culture such as books and clothing.

German Club makes comeback

Leah Kubacka, Staff Writer January 20, 2023

With various different clubs available for students to participate in, it can be difficult to keep track of which ones are still running. In the case of German Club, for a few years it became nonexistent...

Members of the Investment Club pose for a yearbook picture on club picture day. The Investment club will be meeting every other Wednesday in the media room. If you want to join email Mr. Scarmazzi or Owen Baker for any further details.

Invest in the future

Alyssa Wells, Staff Writer January 20, 2023

Many students catch themselves thinking about how they could be more involved with the school.  Clubs are one of the best places to start to widen the horizon offered in school. Trinity’s Investment...

Representative Summer Lee(PA-12)

Congress convenes with new faces but same problems

Aiden DeWalt, Staff Writer January 20, 2023

The United States Congress has served as the legislative branch of the American government since its founding in 1789. This past November, elections were held to determine which party would control both...

Slightly after 1981, the ball colors changed to red and green. The ball is dropped yearly in Times Square and starts its descent 10 minutes before midnight.

Ball Drops into New Year

Alyssa Wells, Staff Writer December 16, 2022

What’s a New Year celebration without old traditions? All around the world, there are so many different celebrations like the Times Square ball drop, but why do we have traditions like this? One of...

Trinity’s 2022: year in review

Hannah Eisiminger, Feature Editor December 15, 2022

As the ball begins to drop on 2022, the time for reminiscing on the past year is upon us. 2022 was an exciting year for Trinity, with countless accomplishments for students, staff members and families...

Officer Ranalli is very happy to be at Trinity, and encourages students to say hello to him and “Hiller” in the hallways!

Trinity welcomes Officer Ranalli and new police dog

Hannah Eisiminger, Feature Editor November 17, 2022

This school year, Trinity students may notice a couple of new faces walking through the halls, with one of them being a four-legged friend. The newest additions to the district’s growing police force...

Dr. Faust, Edward Romanoff, Dr. Gardner and Dr. Goudy (L-R) receive their plaques for the Hiller Hall of Fame on October 14, 2022.

Hiller Hall of Fame gains recognition

Leah Kubacka, Staff Writer November 16, 2022

The Hiller Hall of Fame is a showcase at Trinity designed to recognize alumni of the school for outstanding accomplishments. Also referred to as the Wall of Honor, it has been displaying inductees since...

Emily and Ashleigh Tuite present President Omar Brooks with the money they raised for his organization, PA VetPets! The total amount across all grades was $1,026.53. Trinity students should be proud of their efforts!

Trinity fundraiser raises money for PA VetPets

Riley Dunn, Copy Editor and News Editor November 16, 2022

During the last week of October, Trinity students and staff began participating in a penny war meant to help raise money for the local, non-profit organization, PA VetPets.  PA VetPets has a mission...

Students from Trinity who were picked to be part of the Rachel’s Challenge club for showing and spreading kindness throughout the school. The club meets in the media center to work on projects that accentuate the acts of kindness in the school.

Trinity prevents bullying one step at a time

Zoe Neelen, Staff Writer October 20, 2022

People always say “kill them with kindness,” but that can be difficult when students are faced with harsh words, comments and opinions from their peers. Bullying is a big problem in schools that affects...

Speech and Debate students pose outside of Kiski Prep after a successful competition.  Pictured are Lauren Bliss, Dakota Lloyd, Leah Ross, Maria Giorgi, Noah Davis, Cadence Wright, Natalie Ewbank and Avery OSullivan.

THS Speech and Debate participates in Congressional debate

Emma Riddell, Editor-in-Chief and Sports Editor October 20, 2022

On October 18, 2022, members of the THS Speech and Debate team traveled to Kiski Prep in Saltsburg, PA, to participate in a Congressional debate. In addition to learning Congressional terms and form,...

National Merit Scholarship winners, Brett Phillips and Rayne Elling as they were awarded during the Fall Sports Pep Assembly on September 22, 2022. Phillips, Elling and Riddell were presented with this award after the sports captain showcase during the THS Pep Assembly.

Trinity students achieve National Merit Scholarship award

Aiden DeWalt, Staff Writer October 20, 2022

The National Merit Scholarship is not a common award at Trinity High School. It is only given to the most dedicated students in the school. In the class of 2023, Emma Riddell, Rayne Elling and Brett Phillips...

The map shows the Russian-occupied territory of Ukraine in September 2022. The referendums were presented in the provinces partially held by Russia, shown in orange. Ukraine’s liberation of occupied territories is shown through the blue arrows.

Russia annexes Ukrainian territory

Aiden DeWalt, Staff Writer October 20, 2022

The Russo-Ukrainian conflict has faded from popular consciousness, but the war has continued on. In the past weeks, the war has taken a new form with Russian annexations of Ukrainian territory. The...

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