Looking back at a century of the NT News

November 8, 2019

In honor of 100 years of publication, the first Examiner of the year features reprinted articles from the past century. Front Page Page 2 - Women Page 3 - Women Page 4 - Race Page 5 - Race Page 6 - LGBTQIA+ Page 7 - LGBTQIA+ Page 8 - World Events Page 9 - War  Page 10 ...

Psychologist, students discuss impact of social media on mental health

Amelia Jacobson, Features editor

September 27, 2019

Among the growing concern of social media’s negative influence on the mental wellness of teens in the media, some professionals and teenagers are emphasizing the positive impact on teens lives. A recent Pew Research Center...

Graphic depictions of suicide in media can lead to copycats, studies show

Cleo Pool, Sports Editor

September 27, 2019

With suicide becoming the 3rd leading cause of death for teens aged 12-19 in the United States, according to the CDC, it is hard to know where to draw the line when depicting it in the media.  A popular example of suicide portrayed on te...

Complex causes behind rising suicide rates among men

Cleo Pool, Sports Editors

September 27, 2019

Gender expectations have existed for all of human history. But these expectations are all too confining and can prove detrimental. These societal pressures may even play a factor in leading some to take their own life.   According to the American Foundation for Suicide Pre...

Students support assemblies and seminars to discuss mental health

Nadia Jaikaran, Features Editor

September 27, 2019

New Trier seems to offer almost everything a student needs to flourish—from cooking clubs to coding classes, students are presented with an array of activities to choose from. Despite these offerings, some students believe New...

Listen to what you’re listening to

Alyssa Pak, Features Editor

May 3, 2019

“If you’re back here only taking pictures, you gon’ have to take your a– back home ‘cause the only thing you’re taking is your clothes off.” If I told you that some guy said this to me, I’d hope that you’d be...

Appreciating authors’ work despite allegations

Molly George, News Editor

May 3, 2019

The content of several English classes has become controversial with the recent issue over including authors with assault allegations in class curriculums. American Studies classes didn’t teach the work of Sherman Alexie this...

“Surviving R. Kelly” reveals R&B singer’s sexual allegations

Millie Winter, Sports Editor

May 3, 2019

On Jan. 2, Lifetime Television released the six episode series, “Surviving R. Kelly,” a documentary on the sexual assault allegations against American singer-songwriter R. Kelly. The first two episodes introduce Robert Sylvester...

How to report sexual misconduct at NT

May 3, 2019

1. The student may speak to any adviser, teacher, administrator, or other staff member about the incident 2. This staff member will then report the concern to the appropriate adviser chair 3. The student will then have a...

Fit Female class teaches self-defense skills

Alex Rubinstein, Staff Reporter

May 3, 2019

New Trier offers two Kinetic Wellness classes – Fit Female and Yoga/Self-Defense – that incorporate self- defense into the curriculum to give students tools in order to prevent sexual assault. Fit Female emphasizes the importance...

“Hunting Ground” opens up discussions on assault

Hannah Sussman, Staff reporter

May 3, 2019

In late January, senior adviseries watched “The Hunting Ground,” a documentary focusing on the sexual assault epidemic within college campuses. After watching the film many male students were shocked at the scope of sexual...

Sexual Assault NT Examiner – 5/3/2019

May 3, 2019

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