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Civic Engagement NT Examiner 10/26/2018

October 26, 2018

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“Stick to sports?” Athletes are speaking out more than ever

“Stick to sports?” Athletes are speaking out more than ever

Jack Soble, Sports Editor
October 26, 2018
Politics have entered sports, and they’re not going away

Social media activism is #notenough

Darcie Kim, Features Editor
October 26, 2018

Being politically woke has become a trend. There’s nothing wrong with staying informed about political issues and spreading awareness to promote a movement’s popularity. If anything, this should be...

Younger generation disenchanted by political climate

Layla Saqibuddin, News Editor
October 26, 2018

It’s no secret that younger generations generally have significantly lower election turnout rates. The U.S. Census Bureau cites that only 17.1 percent of 18- to-24-year-olds voted in 2014. According...

New Trier Township 2018 Ballot

Millie Winter, Sports Editor
October 26, 2018

Click the image to learn about who you could be voting for on Nov. 6

Beyond the ballot: students step up in world of politics

Alyssa Pak, Features Editor
October 26, 2018

                          Alex Gjaja League of Women Voters Emerging Leader What do you...

Celebrity activism in politics at its highest in decades

Molly George, News Editor
October 26, 2018
Hollywood, music industry play large role for young voters

Vote if you care, and you do

Ezra Wallach, Opinion Editor
October 26, 2018

Regardless of whether you’re voting in a few weeks, you still probably have some idea what your political beliefs are. Unlike in the past, candidates almost always vote along party lines no matter...

Civics surprises students

Stephanie Kim, Chief Online Editor
October 26, 2018

Since the institution of the civics requirement in Illinois high schools starting with the class of 2020, the civics classes have been met with mixed reviews from students and teachers alike. There...

NT Examiner Digital Renaissance 2/16/2018

February 16, 2018

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Rebels unite South Side

Arjun Thakkar, Opinions Editor
December 15, 2017

Upon hearing the words ‘South Side of Chicago,’ most individuals think of the ongoing cycle of gang violence. There’s some truth to these thoughts, as this section of the city does have dangerous...

Bumpstock debate hits legislatures around the country

May Paddor, News Editor
December 15, 2017

According to WTTW Chicago Tonight, state rep. Marty Moylan’s bill to ban “bump stocks” did not pass on Oct 26 failing by a vote of 48-54. Moylan’s bill came about in response to the Las Vegas...

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