Girls Soccer Opens with a Win

Bhavya Bhushan ‘16 EE Senior Sports Editor Less than five minutes were left in the game when a Staples defender knocked sophomore Julie Keckler to the ground. The referee called the foul More »

Science Academy Students Tour MIT, Langer Lab

Manya Kidambi ’18 Anjeli Sambasivam ’18 EE Staff Writers Recently, the Science Academy, headed by Dr. Goodman from Agriscience, travelled up to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for an immersion in science and More »

THeSpians Score at Gala

Rachel Tropp EE Senior Entertainment Editor On Monday, June 1, the THeSpian Society headed up to the Waterbury Palace Theater for the annual Connecticut High School Music Theater Awards Gala, which has been More »

BICEN Takes National Competition, Wins Top Team in Northeast

Gabby Tropp ‘16 EE Staff Writer Trumbull High’s BICEN team had the honor of taking on Nationals in Washington D.C. this year. As the winners of the state competition in December, these students More »

Pointing Out the Positive

Alison Kuznitz ‘15 EE Co-Editor-in-Chief Recently, the Trumbull High School Link Crew program, a freshman transition and support club run by student leaders, was recognized for its participation in the Twentieth Annual More »


Oh, The Places You’ll Go!


An interior view of the Westport Country Playhouse

Keerthi Yalamanchili ‘17
EE Senior Features Editor

Every THS student is looking forward to the fresh, new spring months and the warm weather that comes along with it. Those planning on traveling this President’s Day weekend get to explore new places or even reconnect with old ones. Those who aren’t still have many options in Connecticut to enjoy this upcoming long February weekend!

Westport Country Playhouse
Westport Country Playhouse showcases the art of Connecticut’s finest performing arts! Over the course of the summer, various shows will be showed off on this stage for all to see and admire. Tickets are sold all year round and are available for purchase weeks ahead of time before the show. Check them out at!

A Record Breaking Season

ct-cttrumbullhighschool-letter-150Bhavya Bhushan ‘16
EE Sports Editor

This year’s boys indoor track team has already found a place on the records board, and a single championship meet has not occurred yet. The boys now hold the record for the 4x800m relay and the 1000 meter run, and they plan on breaking two more.

On January 8, at the Alpha Owl Invitational held at Southern Connecticut State University, both junior Tyler Gleen and sophomore Tyler Rubush broke the record for the thousand. It was expected that Gleen, state champion in the 600 meter run, would break the record. However, Rubush also stepped up to the challenge, despite his lack of experience. He said, “Going into the thousand I really didn’t know how I was going to do. It was my first official thousand so I really didn’t have much experience in the race.”

Book Review: Anna and the French Kiss

annaLia Horyczun ‘16
EE Managing Editor

Rating: 8.5 out of 10 stars

Paris is always a good idea…right? Not for Anna Oliphant who is currently entering her senior year with everything finally landing in place only to be ripped from her when her father sends her to boarding school. How can Anna leave her boyfriend-to-be, her best friend Bridgette, and her brother behind in America? How does Anna cope with the adjustment to Paris when she does not want to be there?

Ready, Study, Let’s Go!


Student panel profiles adorn the bulletin boards of THS in preparation for the Superintendent’s College and Career Readiness Forum.

Kate Ariano ‘18
EE Staff Writer

As scheduled, the Superintendent’s College and Career Readiness Forum occurred Wednesday night, January 6th. On stage was a panel of four THS alumni as well as four current students, making a total of eight helpful and educated minds. The eight were eager to answer whatever question the audience or teacher/Mock Trial leader Mr. Eric August, threw at them.  

Holiday Gift Ideas


Manya Kidambi ’18
EE Asst. Entertainment Editor

Finally, after months of waiting, the holiday season has finally approached! Despite the lack of snow and cold weather so far, it is quite easy to get into the holiday spirit with the plethora of music that is played throughout the season. Until the big day, there is always the stress of what to get for family members and friends for the holidays. If you are a last minute person and want to purchase something under $25, here are 3 ideas for gifts that you can give to your friends and family that they will love.

HAN network FCIAC Winter Sports Tour

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Senior and captain Gina Moriello answers Rob Davis’ questions during HAN Network’s FCIAC Winter Sports Tour.


Bhavya Bhushan ’16
EE  Senior Sports Editor

On Thursday Dec 10, interviewers Bill Bloxsom and Rob Adams with HAN network interviewed the Captains and Coaches on all winter teams about their upcoming season.

Captains of the boys basketball team, seniors Jack Moore and Ben McCullough, discussed coming of their undefeated JV 2014-2015 season. In addition, girls basketball captains, seniors Kristina Vetter, Emma Maguire, and Alyssa Breunig, discussed the versatility of their team and their preseason training.

Manchester City Defeats Borussia Monchengladbach


Manchester City striker Raheem Sterling lifts the ball past the defender, over the keeper, and into the net to put City in the lead.

Bhavya Bhushan ’16
EE  Senior Sports Editor

Manchester City went into their game against the powerful Borussia Mönchengladbach with the understanding that winning the group of death would be a long shot. In order for this to occur, Juventas had to lose to Sevilla in the game that had started slightly earlier, and Manchester City had to beat Mönchengladbach.

David Silva started off the game on a good note, scoring in the 16th minute. Raheem Sterling, who turned 21 that day, held the ball from three defenders then sent a back heel pass through them to Silva. For the first time since August, Silva scored, kicking the ball over the goalie and into the back right corner of the goal.


Manya Kidambi ’18
EE Asst. Entertainment Editor

Recently, the students of the Trumbull High School Model United Nations club visited the University of Connecticut along with advisors Mr. LaBarca and Ms. Davies to take part in the UCONN Model United Nations, or UCMUN.

For the Model UN club, UCMUN is traditionally the fall conference, which is the first one of the year. Undoubtedly, this is a great conference for first time members as they have the opportunity to learn the skills of the conferences in a more relaxed environment.

The Peanuts Movie: A Classic

peanuts-movie-castAnjeli Sambasivam ’18
Archana Ajay ’18
EE  Staff Writers

The Peanuts Movie, directed by Steve Martino, is an uplifting children’s movie that many children and adults that have enjoyed previous Peanuts comics will find entertaining. Many adults will feel that this is a trip down memory lane while children are introduced to a classic movie. Charlie Brown, voiced by Noah Schnapp, is on his quest to win the love of the little red-haired girl, voiced by Francesca Capaldi.

Throughout the movie, Charlie Brown attempts to impress her through many different trials that were given to him by his friends.

The 33: Hollywood Drama or Real Life Horror?

33_contest_1200_400_widthGabby Tropp ’16
EE Senior News Editor

Imagine being trapped underground in 90℉ heat for 69 days with almost no food or water. Well this nightmare was a reality for 33 Chilean miners in 2010. A collapse at the San José Mine on August 5th left these men 2,300 feet beneath the surface of the Atacama Desert under a boulder twice the size of the Empire State Building.

    The San Esteban Mining Company, a privately owned company, opened this mine near Copiapó in 1889 to uncover the rich copper and gold deposits in the hard diorite stone of the desert. The mine had a history of accidents, many of which can be attributed to negligence on the part of the owners when it comes to safety precautions. In the dozen years before the accident, there had been eight deaths in the mines, and many other accidents because of safety violations. Additionally, the earth around the mine was known to be unstable, and many of these past accidents came about due to the shifting of the mountain. Just six months before the collapse, Chile suffered from a huge earthquake and accompanying tsunami, making the already unstable area even more dangerous. On August 5, 2010, the consequences were almost cataclysmic for the 33 miners.

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