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Stop and smell the turkey

Lydia Wuorinen

November 21

Filed under Opinions/Editorials

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 spirits are high, and a jovial air of...

Reliving a historic day for New Trier sports

Martin Oppegaard

November 21

Filed under Sports

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 call it the greatest day in the history of the New...

Football’s magical season ends at quarterfinals

Danni Leserve

November 21

Filed under Sports

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 an incredible season for us,” said head coach Brian Doll....

So long, farewells, auf wiedersehen, goodbye

Anna Ferguson

November 21

Filed under News

On Oct. 15 students from the Auguste-Viktoria-Gymnasium in the German village of Trier arrived, marking the beginning of a two-week stay in the homes of 15 New Trier students. In June, these 15 students will travel to Germany...

New Trier’s the mayor of college crazy town

Editorial Staff

November 21

Filed under Opinions/Editorials

It's that time of year again. Snow on the ground, seasonal music seeps through the radio, ugly sweaters make their annual appearance. Yes, it most definitely is that time of year; college application time, that is. During...

Polar Vortex projected to return

Charlie Clarke, Blake Sammann

November 21

Filed under Features

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, and record low temperatures all over the country. It even...

North Shore preps for Black Friday

Emma Willcocks

November 21

Filed under Features

After a day of giving thanks, thousands rush to the stores at midnight for the best holiday deals. Black Friday is known for bringing out the worst in people, and the North Shore is no stranger to this phenomenon. Black Friday...

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