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Outdated restrooms too cramped for use

Mia Sherin

The girls’ bathroom on the second floor of the north building is causing problems because of the small size of its stalls, making it difficult to get into the stall, es...  Read More »

Dec 7

Overcrowded bike racks force students to lock bikes elsewhere

David Heiman and Mack Guthrie

In an new age of environmental and health awareness, bikes overcrowd the racks and students are forced to park creatively to trees fences, even other bikes. Any student entering...  Read More »

Dec 7

Adviseries commit minds to service through NUSH

December 7, 2016

Alongside the much-anticipated reappearance of holiday music and Christmas lights comes altruism. Once again, advisories are planning and organizing col...  Read More »

Unisex single bathrooms pave way for change

November 3, 2016

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

Habitat kicks off this fall

November 3, 2016

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 buil...  Read More »

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New “Gilmore Girls” episodes lack authenticity

Helen Fagan

The Netflix original 4-episode series “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” was a much-needed continuation of the endearing story of a teen mom and her daughter navigating th...  Read More »

Dec 14

Moana destined to be another Disney classic

Jessi Zook

“Moana” is a must-see movie for any Disney-lover looking to be transported back to their childhood. The movie follows Moana (voiced by Auli’i Cravalho), who grew up...  Read More »

Dec 14

“Black Mirror” highlights technology overload

Beth Wall

The premise seems like something straight out of your dad’s Facebook feed. Technology is evil and kids are addicted to their iPhones and our near-future is a dull, disjo...  Read More »

Dec 14

“Harry Potter” spin-off disappoints loyal fans

Tia Rotolo, Features Editor

The new “Harry Potter”, but not “Harry Potter” movie, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” lacks cinematic magic, banking too much on the wizarding world and neg...  Read More »

Dec 14

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  • Christmas not just for Christians

    Bing Crosby really wasn’t kidding when he said that this is the “most wonderful time of the year.” Living in Chicago, it’s hard to not get in ...

  • Don’t smile because it’s over, cry because it happened: a formal review of 2016

    I’d like to speak directly to the people that fabricated this vicious expedition known as “2016”, because boy did they fumble this one. Maybe i...

  • December

    Students receive college acceptance letters December marks the month where the majority of students who applied early action and/or early decision to...

  • November

    New Trier Green defeats Loyola at quad header New trier hockey battled Loyola in a quad header on Nov. 19. Though Loyola beat the white, blue and gir...

  • October

    Bob Dylan first to receive Nobel Prize for songwriting Folk music legend Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature for his songwriting ab...

  • September

    New Tom Hanks film captivates fans One of September’s most popular new movies had to be “Sully”.  The inspirational story follows Captain Chel...

  • August

    This year was the 31st annual Summer Olympics. Held in Rio de Janeiro, the Olympics hosted annual games to bring together countries in the name of spo...

  • July

    Trump and Clinton elected as 2016 presidential nominees To the surprise of many, on July 21st, Donald trump was officially selected as the republican...

  • June

    Britain has left the EU On June 23, 2016 British citizen voted in a referendum to leave the European Union. The leave vote won by 52% to 48%. Preced...

  • May

    Americans mourn loss of Harambe On May 28 2016, at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Harambe, a Western Iowland gorilla and the face of count...

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