Monthly Archives: September 2014

Cheesecake Factory Comes to Trumbull Mall

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.