OPINION: “Euphoria,” surrealism and the ever-present high school drama

OPINION: “Euphoria,” surrealism and the ever-present high school drama

Katy Browne, Arts and Entertainment Reporter March 17, 2022

If it hadn’t already, HBO’s “Euphoria” undeniably ascended to cultural phenomenon status this season, reportedly having 6.6 million viewers across platforms on finale night. Each week, Twitter...

Photo credit: Ren Rader

An 18-year-old’s (small) identity crisis

Nina Loya November 13, 2019
I have a heart tattooed to my left wrist to remind me that no matter what, leading with your heart is not a bad thing.
Alumni return to high school halls

Alumni return to high school halls

Cate Coe September 19, 2019
Recent graduates in Trinity's Advising Corps advise local students on college prep
Jackpot! Elena Negron writes the waves

Jackpot! Elena Negron writes the waves

Logan Crews September 5, 2019
Sophomore used writing to get through tense high school years, continues pursuing passion at Trinity
illustration by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator

Fantasy baseball: It’s more than a game

Saul Malek April 11, 2018

You call yourself a baseball fan, but do you really know what WOBA is? No? That’s OK. How about VORP? Didn’t think so. The average baseball fan probably isn’t spending much time mulling over advanced...

illustration by Yessenia Lopez, staff illustrator

“Abstinence is always 100 percent effective”

Kathleen Creedon February 4, 2018

Abstinence. That’s the advice given in the two-week sex ed program offered at my private Catholic middle school, St. Peter Prince of the Apostles. The program was called Worth the Wait, and it was only...

graphic by Tyler Herron

First-year reflections

Max Towers November 30, 2017

I’ll be honest: I lied on my housing survey. Against the advice of practically everyone that I asked, I evaluated myself on the characteristics which I wished I embodied. For me, that meant choosing...

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