The Chariot

Deer Pressure

Deer Pressure

AJ Kowalak, Staff Writer

October 29, 2019

Troy High’s deer head, Canela, is synonymous with many things. When most students hear the name Canela, they may think about the TC Line or their first high school football game in the student section. One of the more serious things that is associated with Canela is peer pressure. For many freshmen,...

Is Summer Break Really a Break?

Is Summer Break Really a Break?

Kaitlyn Piggott, Copy Editor

June 13, 2019

With the summer nearing, students are studying for finals, finishing up the last of tests, competing in their last couple of spring games and planning for vacations in the sun. Incoming seniors are prepping for college applications and narrowing down the list of where they might want to attend- if they...

“Moonies”

“Moonies”

Jack Stromberg, Photo Editor

May 6, 2019

It’s no understatement to say that our school is the textbook definition of a “melting pot;” it’s home to nearly 2,000 students, all with unique ethnicities, cultures and backgrounds. However, there is a rather unique upbringing shared by just two students (whose names have been changed as they...

This is: Jason Trumbauer

This is: Jason Trumbauer

Olivia Perron, Feature, Business, Graphics editor

April 22, 2019

  Junior Jason Trumbauer spends his days going to McDonalds, watching his favorite show “ Keeping Up With the Kardashians” while eating Goldfish and taking walks around Firefighters park down the trials. “I like nature, I enjoy the outdoors and seeing all the animals in the park,...

More Than Meets The Eye

More Than Meets The Eye

Jack Stromberg, Photo Editor

April 19, 2019

On the morning of January 10, 2018 at approximately 5 a.m., a car pulled into the front driveway of Troy’s Zion Church (located on Livernois, no more than half a mile down the street from the community center). The driver of the vehicle pointed a laser at the building and shot out the front window. ...

Whatever The Weather, Snow And His Dad Walk Together

Whatever The Weather, Snow And His Dad Walk Together

Tracy Cabej, Design Editor, In-depth Editor

April 17, 2019

When the bell rings after school, unlike most students, freshman Harry Snow meets up with his dad to walk home from school. “It’s nice to have someone to talk to about the tests I have, and what this person said, what that person did,” Snow said. Sometimes Snow’s dad will park near the...

We See You: Yearbook Staff Finishes Final Deadline

We See You: Yearbook Staff Finishes Final Deadline

Elisabeth Andrews, Opinion/Co-Copy Editor

April 11, 2019

  The Yearbook team has been busy all year working to create the 2018-2019 Gladiator Yearbook for the students and staff of their school. On Friday, March 22 the team got together one last time to put together the last 20 percent was a lot to the yearbook staff to finish before midnight, which was t...

VIDEO: Super Stay-Cation

Vivienne Francois, Staff Writer

April 11, 2019

Super Staycation

Super Staycation

Vivienne Francois, Staff Writer

April 9, 2019

Staycation Bucket List:   Start a new show. Go to ‘Dino’s Cookie Bar.’ Go out for a brunch buffet. Have a craft night. Go walking in Rochester. Go se the movie ‘Us.’ Eat at my favorite restaurant; ‘Azteca.’ Build a fort. Go walking in Downtown Detroit. G...

Marvels In The Mitten

Marvels In The Mitten

Meriam Meram, Staff Writer

March 19, 2019

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Tale as Old as Time

Tale as Old as Time

Elisabeth Andrews, Opinion/Copy Editor

March 12, 2019

“Beauty and the Beast” is a tale of adventure, romance, danger and this year’s musical. At the center of the musical is freshman Alexis Gearty playing the lead role of Belle. Gearty has been in theatre for three years, ever since her sixth grade year when her mother insisted she try out for th...

Passion on the Floor

Passion on the Floor

Vivienne Francois, Staff Writer

February 22, 2019

The Zahara team here takes a lot of commitment and passion, but for one member it's more than just a passion, it is a way of life. “I have been dancing since the age of nine,” said Senior Anagha Srivista. One thing Sirvista has taken away from dancing is knowing that it keeps her grounded. In...