The Hiller

Mr. Dunn and Seniors (clockwise from top left) Emma Malinak, Lucie Towers, John Trapuzzano, Courntey Dahlquist, Michael Dunn, Ben Hardy, Ben Kozak and Jacob Sanders listen carefully and take notes as Representative O'Neal answers their important questions.

Representative O’Neal inspires students at Trinity forum

Emma Malinak, Co-Editor-in-Chief and News Editor February 11, 2021

While the new year has ushered in a horizon of hope, the country remains in a state of division and uncertainty. In times like these, students and teachers look to government leaders for inspiration and...

As online shopping becomes more popular and health guidelines urge people to stay home, many malls such as the Washington Crown Center are struggling to attract customers.

Crown Center breaks hearts of Washington

Kayla Denke, Feature Editor January 21, 2021

News has spread about how Cineworld shut down all Regal Cinemas across the country, but what might not be known is that the local Regal Cinemas, also known as the Hollywood Theaters, hasn’t paid their...

Despite restrictions, small restraunts have found ways to service customers, including take out and pick up options. Supporting a local restaurant is a great way to help during the pandemic!

COVID-19 battles with business

Rachel Chase, Co-Editor-in-Chief and Opinion Editor January 21, 2021

2020 was full of surprises. Unfortunately, those surprises included newly-imposed restrictions on every type of small business due to the pandemic, which has left many small businesses in less than ideal...

The FDA authorized the COVID-19 vaccine from the Pfizer-BioNTech company on Friday, December 11, and the first vaccines to be given to United States citizens were received by health care workers on Monday, December 14.

Could COVID-19 vaccine save us from pandemic?

Hunter Spears and Rachel Chase December 18, 2020

The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on peoples’ everyday lives, including their education and interaction with loved ones. So, a safe and well-developed vaccine will give the world a chance at...

President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be sworn into office on January 20, 2021.

Biden prepares for presidency

Emma Malinak, Co-Editor-in-Chief and News Editor December 17, 2020

The 46th President of the United States will be sworn into office on Wednesday, January 20, 2021. Although the inauguration ceremony may be far from traditional, President-elect Joe Biden is still planning...

The American flag still stands tall as a staple symbol to represent our country.

2020 election review: Biden “Trumps” competition

Kylie Poland, Co-Hiller High Fives Editor November 22, 2020

The 2020 U.S Presidential Election lasted five days, keeping millions of Americans glued to their preferred news stations. Former Vice-President Joseph R. Biden was declared the winner on Saturday, November...

As students continue into the second semester, it is helpful to keep these study tips in mind!

Science establishes strong study habits

Emma Malinak, Co-Editor-in-Chief and News Editor November 19, 2020

As the first nine weeks come to a close and the second quarter starts full-steam-ahead, many students are feeling overwhelmed by the amount of studying that is necessary to perform well in difficult classes....

Amy Coney Barrett swears the judicial oath prior to starting the confirmation hearings.

Amy Coney Barrett sworn in as new Supreme Court justice member

Kaylyn Weichel, Staff Writer November 19, 2020

On the morning of October 27, 2020, Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in as the newest member of the Supreme Court of the United States. The judicial oath took place in the East Conference room of the Supreme...

Although voting may take different forms this year to accommodate COVID-19 regulations, the democratic responsibility to vote remains the same!

Political précis: points to know for upcoming presidential election

Emma Malinak, Co-Editor-in-Chief and News Editor October 23, 2020

The 2020 presidential election is just weeks away; with the misinformation and bias that often surround the topic of politics, it is important for students to accurately understand the platforms of each...

Pictured here are Rayne Elling, a Dreamer's Club member, and the club supervisor, Mr. Polansky. Stay tuned for a feature article on Dreamer's Club next month!

COVID can’t quash our clubs!

Emma Riddell, Copy Editor October 21, 2020

Like most aspects of life, COVID-19 has changed the way school clubs and teams function., but that doesn’t mean the groups haven’t found ways to adapt to new health and safety measures. Clubs throughout...

Trinity High School stands tall, honoring the new inductees of the National Honor Society.

NHS succeeds at Virtual Induction Ceremony

Sophia Rahmany, Staff Writer September 29, 2020

The 2020-2021 National Honor Society induction ceremony was completely virtual for students this year, due to COVID-19. For years, the NHS induction ceremony has been an in-person event where students,...

While the start of the 2020-2021 school year has been far from normal, the college application process and the opportunities to apply Early Action and Early Decision remain the same.

Students explain benefits of applying early for college

Riley Dunn, Sports Editor September 28, 2020

For some seniors, applying for an early college admission can prevent a lot of stress, but only if they know the benefits and drawbacks of their plan beforehand.   Approximately 450 colleges allow...

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