November 21, 2014
Traffic to and from school has increased the travel time and frustration for some of the students and staff at New Trier, as a result of the Willow Road... READ MORE »»
Driving down Green Bay Road in Winnetka, it is easy to miss the only McDonald’s in the New Trier Township area, with its small sign and no sight of the... READ MORE »»
Literary Festival (Lit Fest) is an annual gathering that introduces students of senior writing classes to some of the best journalists, authors, and even... READ MORE »»
Students gather around Jeffrey Brown to learn about graphic novels at Literary Festival on Nov. 14
District 12 may be poor, but Katniss Everdeen knows how to make millions.
The “girl on fire” has raked in $1.5 billion worldwide and intends to keep... READ MORE »»
Food Taxi, a New Trier sponsored food donation service, has started another year of giving back to the community with an increase of student volunteers.
Unlike... READ MORE »»
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On Nov. 1, New Trier enjoyed a run of success seemingly impossible in high school athletics, either winning or exceeding expectations in five different sports. Some students... read story
November 21, 2014 • 0 comments
The New Trier Football team ended their season this past Saturday after a defeat against number one ranked Stevenson in the quarter finals of the playoffs.
“This was... read story
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Traffic to and from school has increased the travel time and frustration for some of the students and staff at New Trier, as a result of the Willow Road construction.
Construction... read story
The winter of 2013-2014 was one of the coldest winters in the history of Chicago. The “polar vortex” caused the breaking of numerous snowfall records in the Northeast,... read story
Don’t get me wrong, I adore the holiday season. Peppermint hot chocolate, ice-skating at the McCormick Tribune Ice Rink, dinner at Macy’s Walnut Room, it’s all great.
People’s... read story
To properly and adequately prepare teenagers for the world beyond high school, students should be given more rights in school. It is an unarguable truth that students have... read story
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