Gubernatorial candidates’ positions on gun control

New Trier News Staff

March 9, 2018

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Jeanne Ives “We need to think holistically about law enforcement. Give police, prosecutors, public defenders and judges the resources they need and hold them accountable for performance. Sanctuary city and state designations,...

Student activism reaches New Trier for National Walkout day

Jasmine Gonzalez

March 9, 2018

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Students are to participate in a national walkout to demand gun legislation reform on Wednesday, Mar. 14, exactly one month after the tragedy in Parkland, Florida. Students will be joining thousands across the country for 17 minut...

An interview with Daniel Biss on gun control

Eleanor Kaplan

March 9, 2018

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New Trier News: What role do students play in the fight for gun control? Daniel Biss: “The lesson from Parkland is that students are leading the fight for gun safety. After generations of stagnation on this issue, lines hav...

Trash around common areas remains an issue

Danielle Kurensky

March 2, 2018

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Majority of students attribute laziness to the reason behind the problem of trash left anywhere in the school. While students say they know that trash should be thrown away, it is a common sight to see litter left on the floor...

“The Last Jedi” aftermath

Jesse McCauley

December 22, 2017

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Although “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” was generally received well, there was some discrepancy between critics and movie goers. The critics gave it a 93% on Rotten Tomatoes, but the audience gave it a 56%, a considerable drop-off....

Black box theater creates bright opportunities

Molly George

December 22, 2017

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“Whatever they can dream within the confines of four walls, they can make happen,” said Katie Seigenthaler, mother of Mary Catherine Hayes, one of the two girls to whom the new black box theater was dedicated. The Hayes-McCausland...

Hsu adds to score of musical feats

Eleanor Kaplan

December 22, 2017

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The old joke goes like this: a man is walking around New York City. He asks a policeman how to get to Carnegie Hall. “Practice, practice, practice,” the policeman says. That is exactly what junior Rachel Hsu has done. Her...