To stream or not to stream

Adam Sheffield, Sports Editor

October 16, 2015

Let’s be honest here, when was the last time you actually bought a song or CD? The music-streaming industry is constantly changing, and iTunes is slowly becoming a thing of the past. While Apple Music, YouTube, and P...

Six seconds is the new 15 minutes

Camille Baer, Opinions Editor

October 16, 2015

It's interesting to see how after just three short years of its initial launch in January of 2013, Vine has integrated itself into mainstream culture without the skip of a beat. Vine has surprisingly contributed positively, and...

New Trier Examiner

October 16, 2015


Irma Senior: Colleges are the new stalker

Emma Willcocks, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 16, 2015

As senior year began, many students changed their names on Facebook. Some claimed that it was just for fun, but others did it to protect their accounts from prying eyes during the college admissions process. Do admissions officers... The dark side of the grid

Rachel Melancon, Sports Editor

October 16, 2015 has become a staple in the bio of countless Instagrams since the rise of its popularity over the summer. But is the website worth all the hype? I recently submitted to peer pressure and made...


Melanie Mandell, Features Editor

October 16, 2015

In 2010, a social media site by the name of Twitter started to become popular among celebrities and tech savvy young adults. The basic premise of Twitter is to share “what’s happening” in 160 characters or less, and quite...

[Wrinkly Face]book

Carly Travis, Opinion's Editor

October 16, 2015

A day doesn’t go by where my mom doesn’t reference Facebook. “I used to have the biggest crush on Jimmy Gardner. He and I took Spanish together junior year.” “Priscilla Perotti and Ab Igram were the prom king and...

Four years at New Trier from start to finish

Nick Merrill

May 15, 2015

There are so many different events that I have experienced at New Trier and looking back at my four years here, they have all become memories that will stay with me for the rest of my life. Freshman year: We were all nervous ...