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IGSS faces changes next year

Jessa Snower

April 14, 2017

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Next year, IGSS is changing the structure of their program to fit the smaller enrollment size. The changes include combining juniors and seniors and there will be no more science included. There will  also be three less teach...

Bills will determine what’s done with SAT scores

Claudia Levens

April 13, 2017

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Multiple bills are currently circulating Illinois’ congress to decide what to do with the free state administered SAT scores. In the old Prairie State ACT system, the scores that students received from the state-sponsored test d...

17th year of Habitat for Humanity almost complete

Robert Pettas

April 6, 2017

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In its 17th year, New Trier’s Habitat for Humanity is nearing the completion of a Waukegan home for the Brown family. The funds required for the house are provided by community events such as the Tom de Luca show, Feast Week,...

Science Olympiad team prepares for state after regionals win

Emily Wong

April 6, 2017

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While high school hockey and football games are often attended by hundreds or even thousands of students, the achievements of equally competitive academic teams can tend to be overlooked. New Trier’s Science Olympiad is one...

Alum creates custom graduation dresses

Amelia Lytle

April 6, 2017

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Finding a graduation dress that’s affordable, unique, and fits school requirements can be a challenge, so instead some seniors are getting custom dresses rather than buying one from a store. New Trier alumnus Elena Victoria...

New Trier sophomores win $55,000 on Wheel of Fortune

Jessa Snower

March 21, 2017

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Sophomores Ben Sklansky and Zack Larson won a $55,000 prize on a recent episode of the Wheel of Fortune. On Feb. 28, the episode of “Wheel of Fortune” had a “teen best friends week.” Zach and Ben were part of this week wh...

TE Brian Kaiser commits to Northwestern Football

Rebecca Lee

March 21, 2017

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Junior Brian Kaiser, a star player on the varsity boys football team, shines both on and off the field. As a 6-foot 7-inch player, who runs a 4.84-second 40-yard dash, Kaiser immediately stands out. He also plays on the...

SB100 bill restructures public school discipliary measures….

Mack Guthrie

March 21, 2017

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Last year, Illinois passed a new law restructuring school disciplinary rights and restrictions. Public Act 099-0456, or SB 100, was created to reform schools discipline structure to keep more kids in school, and to provide acces...

Women’s day seminars educate and inspire

Mia Sherin

March 21, 2017

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On Wednesday Mar. 8, otherwise known as International Women’s Day, New Trier hosted a group of influential speakers who gave seminars throughout the day. The goal of these seminars was to allow students to hear from a variety...

Third annual White Dress Project sale underway

Darcie Kim

March 21, 2017

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This March 18 will mark the third year of the White Dress Project, a recent tradition that gives students the opportunity to purchase gently-worn graduation dresses in order to relieve the financial burden of buying an expensive ...

Parents of New Trier opt out of Seminar Day, joins Project HOOD

Emily Wong

March 8, 2017

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On Tues., Feb. 28, while the school hosted its Seminar Day to bring attention to the issue of racial civil rights, a group of students chose to opt out of the event and go to the South Side of Chicago to participate in an initiat...

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