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December 2021 crossword

December 2021 crossword

Casey Bertocchi, Managing Editor December 1, 2021

Tamar Frydman (center), James Frydman (right), and Roberto Mazza (left) commemorate their achievements at the Chicago Marathon.

Run, Frydman, Run!

Lula Fox, News Editor November 30, 2021

Some students used the pandemic as an opportunity to binge watch Netflix. Others turned to reading, checking off their To-Be-Read lists. Senior Tamar Frydman, however, dedicated his COVID freetime to running...

The French Dispatch, directed by Wes Anderson, celebrates the journalism of the 1920s

‘French Dispatch’ celebrates art of storytelling

Erik Jaman, Features Editor November 12, 2021

"The French Dispatch" directed by Wes Anderson was a fantastic homage to the soul of storytelling and journalism. The Film was by no means a masterpiece, nor Wes Anderson’s best. Yet the heart of...

Seniors Joshua Grossman (left), Anika Roche (middle), and Michael Caplan (right) discuss desired changes at New Trier

Students of the LGBT community reflect on their experience at New Trier during LGBT history month

Grace Yoon, Editor in Chief November 11, 2021

With the annual month-long observance of LGBT history in October, members of the LGBT+ community, seniors Anika Roche, Michael Caplan, and Joshua Grossman, consider their own activism to advocate for additional...

This Nov. 11, 1989 file photo shows East German border guards looking through a hole in the Berlin wall after demonstrators pulled down one segment of the wall at Brandenburg gate. Monday, Nov. 9, 2009 marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

This Day In History, November 9th

Charles Foster, Features Editor November 9, 2021

The Berlin Wall stood in the modern capital of Germany from August 3, 1961, until November 9, 1989. For 28 years the city was split in two. Divided by Russia and the Western powers.  The wall was erected...

Dellamore (left) poses in a selfie with her adoptive mom, Nancy (right). Dellamore was adopted at 8 months old by a white family of 4

Senior from Guatemala feels at home at New Trier

Grace Yoon, Editor in Chief November 3, 2021

Maria Dellamore, a senior at New Trier Highschool is seemed to be a “typical northshore student,” with friends, who participates in extracurriculars while keeping up her schoolwork, however, unlike...

November 2021 crossword

November 2021 crossword

Casey Bertocchi, Managing Editor November 2, 2021

George, who has been passionate about the environment from a young age, was searching for a way to positively impact the school community.

Sophomore brings Pathwater to New Trier

Sarah Lin, News Editor October 28, 2021

Since New Trier cafeterias started selling Pathwater bottles this school year, they’ve been a hit among students, selling over 550 bottles on both campuses combined. Now, one cannot travel down school...

Novelline competing at the FINA World Cup in Berlin ,Germany in October

New Trier senior wins World Cup relay

Casey Bertocchi, Managing Editor October 27, 2021

For senior Carly Novelline, the fall swim season has gone rather swimmingly. From Oct. 1-3, Novelline competed for Team USA in the Fédération Internationale De Natation (FINA) World Cup in Berlin...

Shookies Cookies best selling cookies

Shookies Cookies serves a sweet treat

Grace Yoon, Editor in Chief October 18, 2021

While you may think that every chocolate chip cookie tastes the same, Shookies Cookies bakes anything but the typical cookie.   Sheri Handelman, the owner and baker, has been well known on the Northshore...

The One Stop Trev Shop tucked away on the 4th floor of the Winnetka Campus houses shelves and racks filled with merchandise.

Make a stop at the One Stop Trev Shop

Lucas Eisen, Opinions Editor October 14, 2021

The One Stop Trev Shop is open and is exactly what it sounds: the one destination for all things New Trier. At the store, students can either pick up some New Trier gear, browse through the Trevian Xchange,...

Sophomore Santiago Benes, an Argentine-American, gains a deeper understanding of his culture through yearly visits

Sophomore connects with his Argentine heritage

Erik Jaman, Features Editor October 12, 2021

Sophomore Santiago Benes, a first generation American carries on his Argentine heritage through connecting with his native language and culture.   The understanding of his own culture has helped...

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