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Unisex single bathrooms pave way for change

As the conversation about gender identity and safety becomes more prominent, New Trier students and faculty are embracing the new unisex single bathrooms in the school. ...  Read More »

Nov 3

Habitat kicks off this fall

New Habitat for Humanity project leaders started off the project’s 17th year with the goal of bringing together the senior class to raise money to build two houses, one i...  Read More »

Nov 3

Freshmen bring After School into the classroom

November 3, 2016

In the age of social media, teenagers are swamped with new devices and platforms to express themselves. Too often the anonymity that social media provide...  Read More »

Poli Sci classes increase engagement before election

November 3, 2016

With the election on the horizon, the political science class offered seniors chances for involvement in local campaigns through action and education. A...  Read More »

Homeless theater department stays positive

November 3, 2016

With the McGee theater being torn down at the end of last year as part of the construction plan, the New Trier theater department has become homeless. Th...  Read More »

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Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn

The sequel to the indie cult classic “The Evil Dead,” “Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn” ditches the traditional “alone in the woods” horror movie formula by having a bunch of teenagers in a cabin and instead tells two intertwining stories. One focuses on Ash Williams, as he tries to enjoy a weekend away with his girlfriend, Linda. However, their romantic getaway is cut s...  Read More »

Nov 3

Hocus Pocus

The cult classic, “Hocus Pocus,” comes back to television screens for the Halloween season. As a once-a-year delicacy, the movie brings nostalgia and slight fear for children and adults alike. The movie follows Max after his move to Salem, Massachusetts from Los Angeles, California. Max, annoyed and bitter because of  his move, lacks interest in Halloween. Forced to take his little si...  Read More »

Nov 3

“The Girl on the Train” release met with mixed reviews

If you’re searching for a thrill, a little romance, and a borderline disturbing plot, look no further than “The Girl on the Train.” The film is based on Paula Hawkins’s popular novel that won the 2015 Goodreads Choice award in the Mystery & Thriller category. The movie follows the life of Rachel Watson, an alcoholic who continues to stalk her divorced hus...  Read More »

Nov 3

New year brings big changes to WNTH

As the first listeners are tuning in for the year, WNTH is making sweeping strides to tune up its facilities and execution. One of the most crucial changes to the station’s process has been the makeup of the student radio board. Whereas in years past, radio board members were assigned positions specific to the skill set they applied with, the 2016 board is divided into ...  Read More »

Nov 3

10 Questions with Trevius

This past week, I had the opportunity to sit down with the one and only Trevius Maximus. The acclaimed school mascot answered a few questions that have no doubt been on all of our minds.  While it’s imperative to keep Trevius’ true identity a secret, these ten questions might give you a few hints as to which student has taken on the responsibility this year.   ...  Read More »

Nov 3

The Mystery of Rosehill Cemetery

A short distance outside the New Trier Township is Rosehill Cemetery, located in Chicago. This place is known as a hotspot for ghosts, and is famous for having public figures and celebrities buried there, such as Aaron Montgomery Ward and Richard Sears. This cemetery was founded in 1861, and consists of 350 acres. There are many stories from this site, but the story of ...  Read More »

Nov 3

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The student news site of New Trier High School.
The student news site of New Trier High School.