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New Trier advisers reflect on being prior New Trier advisees

New Trier advisers reflect on being prior New Trier advisees

Danni Leserve and Madison McVey
December 13, 2013

James Burnside, Class of 1986 James Burnside, a current science teacher at New Trier graduated in 1986. He currently has a Senior advisory. His adviser was Mr. Morris Barefield. Mr. Burnside’s...

Breakfast & homework: most popular past times

Nick Merrill and Joey Schuman
December 13, 2013

BREAKFAST One staple of the advisery experience at New Trier is the much-beloved Friday breakfast. Every Friday morning, students enter their advisery rooms and are greeted by a variety of different...

What is involved in the process of becoming an adviser?

Abby Burton and Sarah Wong
December 13, 2013

It is rumored that male teachers are more reluctant to take on the role of an adviser than their female counterparts, as suggested by the fact that there are 21 sophomore girl adviseries to 20 boy adviseries. ...

A history of the Advisery system at New Trier

A history of the Advisery system at New Trier

Jeremy Lee and Chloe O’Donoghue
December 13, 2013

These days, advisery is made up of kids finishing homework, trying to stay awake, and catching up with others about the weekend. There are days when you can cram in another draft of an essay, gossip about...

NEW TRIER EXAMINER: A D V I S E R I E S

Logan Mounts, Examiner Editor
December 13, 2013

The New Trier Examiner is a specialty magazine that explores a noteworthy topic. This issue of the  Examiner is focussed on New Trier’s beloved advisery system, explored from all angles. We take a look...

Viktora looks back

Elliott Wezerek, Features Editor
December 13, 2012

Steven Viktora, New Trier’s math department chair for the past 21 years, was hired in 1991 with previous experience as a member of the Peace Corps in Africa and as a teacher at neighboring C.P.S. schools....

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