Welcome Class of 2018!

Alison Kuznitz ‘15 EE Co-Editor in Chief Brittany Kubicko ‘15 EE Co-Editor in Chief Freshmen Orientation prior to start of school was huge success. Look up, Link up! For the first time More »

THS Spring Spirit Week

The Trumbull High School Student Council and their advisors, Mr. LaBarca and Mr. Broccolo, sponsored a Spring Spirit Week from May 19th-23rd. Slideshow of Spring Spirit Week–Photos by Mr. DeLuca More »

Trumbull Cheerleading Goes Big

Jack Zhang ’14 EE Co-Editor If you are one of those daring enough to suggest “Cheerleading isn’t a sport, “then you’ve clearly haven’t seen THS cheerleaders in their FCIAC competition. Tell that More »

A Place For the THS Student Body to Unite

By Alexa Bello Whether it is to work on homework or just hang out with friends, all THS students will agree that without the library, the school would not be the same. More »

Food Drive Has Big Turn Out

Robin Wyckoff  ’15 Senior Features Editor As most of you know during the past few weeks a food drive has been going on here at THS. This food drive was organized by More »


The New Mike in Charge


Haley Fuimara
Megan Wright

A cork board full of pictures of athletes on the left, and a door leading to the weight room on the right. The smell of dirty pads and equipment fill the hallway as the bright ceiling lights guide the way to the closed wooden door. Two knocks grant access inside the office of the new athletic director, Mike King. Eight-twenty on a Tuesday morning and Mr. King is hard at work, preparing for the upcoming fall opener games. Customized posters designed by the man himself accent the black, gold and white themed room, adding a sense of family and school spirit. The motivational books containing inspiring quotes fill the rectangular back table. A big black couch posted up against the back wall provides the site of personal interview. In just short forty-five minutes Mr. King will be able to give the community a better idea of what it is like to be thrown into a new school as the head athletic director.

The New and Improved Mr. Manuel

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Jacob Robbins
Courtney Arison

One of Trumbull High’s most beloved teachers is no longer teaching. But no need to fear- Mr. Todd Manuel is still here. From business teacher to C-House principal, Mr. Manuel has taken on a new role in the THS community. The transition for all 300 accounting, marketing, and entrepreneurship students has not been easy but after talking to the man himself, it is evident that this transition will take him beyond his hopes. From affecting the lives of 300 students, he will now be affecting the lives of over 2000 students. What the remarkable Mr. Manuel had to say about his past and future at Trumbull High is one of a kind.

Adventures in Europe

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50 Students Enjoy the Trip of a Lifetime

Ginnila Perez ‘15
EE Staff Writer

Just as most students were finally catching a breath of air after finals this past June, a group of around 50 Trumbull High students, teachers, and parents were packing their bags, double checking passports, and making last minute shopping runs for toothpaste.

On June 28 the group headed out to spend the next ten days oversees on a tour of Europe centered around the events of World War II. The trip was headed by a diverse group of chaperones including, Mrs. Rubano, Mrs. Guadagnoli, Mr. Matthews, Mrs. Santelli, Mr. LaBarca, Mr. Ostrander, Mrs. Conti, and Mrs. Benedict.

If I Stay… the New Fault in Our Stars?

if i stay movie poster

Rachel Tropp ‘16
EE Entertainment Editor

Since its release on August 22nd, If I Stay has been both the object of tears and criticism. Based on the book by Gayle Forman, the movie follows cellist Mia Hall in the aftermath of her family’s tragic car crash. The lone survivor, Mia finds herself in an out of body experience.She watches her friends deal with her coma while she engages in a series of flashbacks that cause her to question whether she should stay and live on in a family-less world, or whether it would be easier to die.

Cheesecake Factory Comes to Trumbull Mall

cheesecake factory

One student recalls her first experience at Trumbull’s hottest new restaurant.

Kiki Yalamanchili ‘17
EE Staff Writer


Rating: 4 out of 5 stars!

The best day of summer 2014 hands down had to be August 9th: the opening of the Cheesecake Factory in Trumbull.

I, for one, was delighted upon hearing its opening a couple weeks before. I’ll assure you that I was not the only one waiting outside the entrance that fine morning – there were a ton of people (from all of the surrounding towns, I might add), eagerly anticipating the glorious dive into the food that the newly-constructed resturant had to offer.

TYA puts on Children of Eden as its Summer Musical


Sydney Sirkin ‘17
EE Staff Writer

This summer, Trumbull Youth Association (TYA), performed Children of Eden, a musical composed by Stephen Schwartz. The cast had about 70 teens in it ranging from ages 13-21, as well as a children’s ensemble, consisting of about 11 kids under the age of 12. The TYA cast members were working from the beginning of June until the first two weeks of August.

Summer Movie Reviews 2014


Rachel Tropp ‘16
Senior Entertainment Editor
Gabby Tropp ‘16
EE Staff Writer

Wish I Was Here

Zach Braff and his brother, Adam, teamed up to write a kind of coming-of-age tale, about finding your identity and discovering what truly matters, although this major crossroads doesn’t come until age 35 for the main character, Aiden Bloom. Bloom finds he can no longer skate by on his small acting gigs and his wife’s small salary from her boring job.

Welcome Class of 2018!


Alison Kuznitz ‘15
EE Co-Editor in Chief
Brittany Kubicko ‘15
EE Co-Editor in Chief

Freshmen Orientation prior to start of school was huge success.
Look up, Link up! For the first time in 5 years, Trumbull High School’s Link Crew program held its annual Freshmen Orientation before the start of school on August 20th. The incoming class of 553 freshmen were ushered into the THS gymnasium amidst the energetic cheering of nearly 120 Link Leaders. After participating in several opening activities as an entire grade, the freshmen were broken up into groups of about nine with two leaders.

Congratulations to the New 2014-2015 Editors!!

Thank you so much to the entire staff of the 2013-2014 school year. It has been a great year, and we are looking forward to what the upcoming year will bring.

Good Bye from Chris…

Chris Rzasa

Christopher Rzasa
EE Senior Sports Editor ‘14

Well, It’s been an amazing 4 years working on the Eagles Eye. I’ve grown so much since starting out as a copyeditor back as a freshman and working my way up to Senior Sports Editor my senior year. It’s been an utter joy doing what I love, watching sports and being able to write about them.

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