NT coaches are teachers first

Lizzie Cohan

May 3, 2013

Whether it’s directing a play or heading a club, many New Trier teachers commit their free time to aiding students in their pursuits outside the classroom and to teaching life lessons on top of book lessons. Some of the most...

“Autism Speaks” to senior Spencer Savitz

Marissa Rogina

May 3, 2013

Spencer Savitz is a senior with one big cause—raising money for Autism research. Because of his brother’s diagnosis of Autism, the cause is close to his heart, but Savitz’s motives stretch out far beyond his Glencoe community....

Band Aid

Band Aid

April 29, 2013

Dance into the new season with the Spring Fling workshops

Jennifer Prohov

April 19, 2013

Spring into spring. Or fling yourself, like the dance department hopes you will. The Spring Fling Dance Thing workshops are held every two years at New Trier’s Winnetka Campus, and they attract notable teachers and choreographers...

Wellness Week to kick off with Run to Remember

Margo DePorter

April 19, 2013

Wellness Week, beginning Sunday April 14, is a six day event promoting everything Kinetic Wellness stands for. From the nurse’s office to the library, from Hip Hop to Hula Hooping, the week is jam packed with all kinds of health...

Class expand iPad educational use

Hannah Jablow

April 9, 2013

This year, New Trier has implemented a progressive new way of learning in the classroom: the iPad initiative. The initiative involves around 700 students and 25 teachers who received iPads for the purpose of doing almost any activity...

The nightmare of sleep deprivation

Hannah Jablow

April 9, 2013

The night before a big test, teachers always tell their students to have a good breakfast in the morning and get a good night’s sleep. People of all ages are sleeping less and less and as they get older, they need more sleep...

Caroline Rothstein

Caroline Rothstein

April 9, 2013