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Millenials absent at polls

Bella Geroulis

March 21

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I live in a very politically charged home, where Sunday morning cartoons were swapped with Bill Maher reruns and MSNBC. For me, voting for the first time after I turned 18 was like my family’s version of a Sweet Sixteen. When...

More seminars, please

March 21

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On March 8, New Trier and the world celebrated International Women’s day: a day to celebrate the fight for women’s rights and gender equality. Internationally, the day was marked with demonstrations, speeches and protests including...

International Women’s Day: the least we can do to fight sexism

Marie O'Connor

March 21

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This week when deciding what to write for this article, I was grappling with important topics such as where to get the best thai food, the five stages of food poisoning, or the new celebrations surrounding St. Patrick’s day. Arguably,...

North Shore privilege keeps us young

Max Minogue

March 21

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Right now, as you, my loyal reader, read my words, I am officially an 18-year-old man. To everybody who wished me a happy birthday yesterday, thank you. To everybody who did not, you mean nothing to me. Eighteen is the big year. It’s the yea...

The inability to say thank you

Sam Blanc

March 21

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English is one of the most difficult languages to learn, not only because many of the sounds are harsh and contradictory, but also because half the letters disappear when the words leave your mouth. However, for me, the hardest word to say...

Controversial Seminar Day proves less than expected

Max Minogue

March 9

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The famous, or infamous depending on who’s asking, Seminar Day has officially come and gone. Political indoctrination has supposedly occurred, so I guess I’m now writing from the point of view of a psychotic liberal. So ...

Roommategate

Marie O’Connor

March 8

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After the seemingly endless college process, one would hope that everything is settled and done with. However, once the choice has been made, there are still hundreds of other significant decisions. There are so many things to figure ou...

A call for education equality

May Paddor

March 8

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Walking through Kelvyn Park High School, I realized how different our high school experience at New Trier is to students of a CPS school. Educationis something we take for granted, but getting an education equal to New Trier...

Charitable traditions, a defining factor of New Trier

March 8

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New Trier is very much an institution of tradition. It has a rich history of excellence since its founding in 1901. To this day we still hold onto many traditions. For example, we still call field trips “excursions,” gym class “...

The Bieber Complex

Sam Blanc

March 8

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Let the record reflect that I do not intend to pressure anyone into buying any of Justin Bieber’s music, nor do I want you to become a die-hard fan. I myself own only one Justin Bieber song, the result of a middle school faux p...

Speak up or strike out

February 23

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The Grammys, Golden Globes, and the SAG awards were filled with an abundance of political statements. From Meryl Streep’s comments against Donald Trump, to Katy Perry’s message to resist, to David Harbour’s passionate pl...

Staff Editorial

New Trier News Staff

February 22

Filed under Opinions/Editorials

The Grammys, Golden Globes, and the SAG awards were filled with an abundance of political statements. From Meryl Streep’s comments against Donald Trump, to Katy Perry’s message to resist, to David Harbour’s passionate plea...

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