BICEN legacy continues with state competition victory

Kristi Bui ‘16 EE Senior News Editor On December 15, the BICEN students, who are enrolled in the Advanced Placement United States Government class, continued their legacy by winning the states competition More »

Students bear school pride to win Spirit King and Queen

Manya Kidambi ‘18, EE Staff Writer Ishan Negi ‘18, EE Staff Writer Jessica Parillo ‘18, EE Staff Writer Anjeli Sambasivam ‘18, EE Staff Writer On the week of October 20, students exhibited school pride as they More »

Community service: why not give back?

Benjamin Vu ’16 EE Senior Features Editor Every year, Americans celebrate Veteran’s Day and honor those who served in the U.S. Armed Forces. These soldiers fought and served our nation to protect More »

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 »

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 »


A Roundup of World Language Week

Rachel Tropp ‘16
EE Senior Entertainment Editor

Geethika Kodakara ‘16
EE Staff Writer

As March turned to April, the students and faculty of THS at last enjoyed one of our favorite annual traditions. While outside it was still cold and dreary, the halls at school were bright with beautifully decorated doors and happy faces looking forward to events like the International Cooking Contest and the Ennio Emmanuel Concert. Along with the awesome experiences and competitions, World Language Week offered a great opportunity to immerse students in the worlds of other cultures, even just passing by doors commemorating the Spanish Civil War or the Aztec gods, or popping into the Senior Lounge to try tasty dishes for only $2.

A killer first episode: American Crime Debuts on ABC

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Michael Kalendra ’16
EE Staff Writer

From the screenwriter of 12 Years a Slave comes a show about a murder in Modesto, California, where war veteran Matt Skokie was killed in a home invasion.  During the home invasion, his wife, Gwen, was brutally attacked. The show chronicles the events that lead to finding out who did it and how the legal system will solve the case, despite the apparent issues seen through the victim’s and suspects’ families’ eyes.

Cake & Pi

Compiled by Lia Horyczun
EE Staff Photographer

Students celebrate “Pi Day” with cleverly decorated baked goods.


All photos courtesy of Lia Horyczun

Hello Dolly Photo Slideshow

Compiled by Lia Horyczun
EE Staff Photographer

A look at some of the great moments of last week’s successful THS production of Hello Dolly.


All photos courtesy of Zaineb Haroon

Chambers Choir Sings with Chanticleer

Kristi Bui EE
Senior News Editor ‘16

On March 4, 2015, the students in the Honors Chambers class participated in the Chanticleer Choir Festival. The festival offered five high schools, all from different areas of Connecticut, the opportunity to sing, practice and perform with Grammy-award winning a capella group Chanticleer. Students spent the entire day working on improving important factors of singing such as breathing, warm ups, tone and dictation as well as perfecting both the pieces they performed solo and together with the other choirs.

A new era for Trumbull Community Television

Trumbull Tv photo

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

As little kids, we all inevitably dreamed of being on television. Unfortunately, many of us never flipped to the to correct channel to realize these dreams actually came true. From elementary school graduations to chorus concerts, all major school events have been aired on Channel 17, or more recently on the town’s revamped education and government access station, Trumbull Community Television (TCT).

THS Academic Decathletes Collect Medals


The Trumbull High School Academic Decathlon Team finished 3rd in the Connecticut Academic Decathlon competition held on Saturday February 28, 2015 in Waterbury, CT. Individual team members scored highly in many of the events, receiving medals in several. This year’s team was comprised mainly of first-time competing underclassmen who are poised to challenge this year’s winner—New Fairfield High School—in upcoming seasons.

Trumbull High DECA Team Excels at States; Sends Students to Nationals


Kristi Bui ’16
EE Senior News Editor

On February 26, 2015, Trumbull High’s DECA Team competed at the state competition at the Aqua Turf in Southington. Seven members from the team will be representing Trumbull High School at the national competition

The Voices of THS


Katherine Boback ’17 and
Christina Yacoub ‘17

Trumbull High’s first poetry play, “Voice,” premiered on January 30th and proved that poetry could be fun, entertaining, and relatable to high school life.

The always engaging Colby Laracuente opened up the show, soon handing the microphone over to Madie Davids, the play’s main protagonist. In the first scene we see her struggle to speak up and let her voice be heard. Her character ultimately runs off the stage before getting the chance to recite her poem.

Hello healthier you!


Martha Hegley ‘16
EE Senior Lifestyle Editor

As 2015 rolls in, many people pick their New Year’s resolution. One of the most common resolutions out there is to eat healthier, yet usually you end up trying it for a week and then resorting back to your potato chips and chocolate candy bars. Why does this happen?

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