What happened to the marching band?

Connor Caserio, Staff reporter

November 30, 2018

As football advanced into the first round of the state playoffs, students may have noticed that, unlike most schools in the area, New Trier does not have a marching band. Throughout most of the early and mid 20th century, New...

Students lack sexual health clinics

Hannah Sussman and Eva Roytburg

November 2, 2018

Angles, a local clinic providing sexual health counseling and services, closed in 2016, leaving North Shore teenagers without nearby alternatives to address their sexual health. According to NBC news, 16.9 years is the average...

Despite fewer restrictions, VPNs still remain popular

Hope Talbot and Amelia Jacobson

November 2, 2018

In light of the recent technology restrictions in adviseries (as well as classes), students at both campuses have been installing VPNs to ensure personal freedoms on their devices. A VPN or Virtual Private Network overrides the...

Social media activism is #notenough

Darcie Kim, Feature 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 encouraged. However sharing...

Beyond the ballot: students step up in world of politics

Alyssa Pak, Feature Editor

October 26, 2018

                          Alex Gjaja League of Women Voters Emerging Leader What do you hope to accomplish in the fut...

No complaints about no homework

Molly George, News Editor

October 19, 2018

As the school calendar shifted this year to include days off, students, teachers, and administrators are pleased with the no homework policy on holidays. These holidays have included Labor Day, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and...