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Boseman (middle) as  Black Panther, has left a lasting legacy on and off the screen

Chadwick Boseman: a hero on and off the screen

Graham Ambrose, Features Editor September 25, 2020

When actor Chadwick Boseman passed away after a lengthy battle with colon cancer at the young age of 43, the world stood still. It was as if the coronavirus and political squabbles were put on hold to...

Barauskas recieved this plaque after his work on Baskins case

Carole Baskin’s former lawyer provides roaring inside perspective on Exotic, Baskin case

Casey Bertocchi, Managing Editor June 26, 2020

Although the hype for the popular Netflix docuseries Tiger King was mainly around the show’s eccentric main characters, Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin, the legal issues between them were just as fascinating.  Working...

Doctors and nurses at Visiting Physicians in Chicagos Bucktown neighborhood, a COVID-19 testing center, receive 20 meals from Fab Food Chicago and Meals for Chicago

Alum creates opportunity to give during COVID-19 pandemic

Quentin Reeb, Features Editor June 8, 2020

Coronavirus has prevented us from doing the things we love and, in many cases, things important to our survival. Eating enough has become difficult for the people everyone relies on most: essential workers....

Joe Exotic with one of his tigers from the Netflix show Tiger King

‘Tiger King’ docuseries a worthy distraction

Casey Bertocchi, Managing Editor April 23, 2020

With COVID-19 dominating the world of news, it almost seems like nothing else is going on. However, a new Netflix show has made its way into the public eye: Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness, an...

Junior Amelia Senior has found ways to avoid too much screen time like practicing piano

The Ingenuity of Tech Breaks

Quentin Reeb, Features Editor April 7, 2020

Hanging out with friends represents a big portion of what teens do when they  are not on devices, so now that that option is gone, sheltering in place seems even more boring.  Though screen time is...

A woman in a mask walks her dog under the bridge on Winnetka Avenue

How our community looks under quarantine

Casey Bertocchi, Managing Editor April 6, 2020

As the COVID-19 outbreak forces Americans to spend more and more time inside their houses to decrease their chances of contracting or spreading the virus, public spaces have become deserted. On Friday,...

Quarantine means tech issues, boredom for many students

Belah Ratowitz, Staff Reporter March 24, 2020

As school closed over Covid-19, students spent their class time learning remotely. For most students, that means a battle with Canvas issues, technical difficulties, and boredom during their time at home. Sophomore...

Income Inequality and COVID-19: How the nation’s poor are coping

Hope Talbot, News Editor March 24, 2020

With the New Trier administration’s Mar. 19  announcement that school will be closed until Apr. 13, the expectation is that staff and students will put themselves in a state of isolation and continue...

Charlie Olesker and Ethan Gray ranked 5th at the Midwest Pitch Competition on Mar. 4

Sophomore entrepreneurs prepare for ‘Shampanimals’ launch in June

Grace Yoon, Editor in Chief March 24, 2020

Sophomores Charlie Olesker and Ethan Gray started their eco-friendly bath bar company, called Shampanimals, in Oct. 2019. They have been competing at business competitions and are preparing to officially...

New leaders for Girls Club, Tri-ship discuss future

Frank Zawrazky, Staff Reporter March 24, 2020

Every election season, new candidates are elected to the officer positions of Girls Club, Tri-ship, and Student Council. We talked with the new presidents of Girls Club and Tri-ship, Liv Nickel, and Matt...

Students take advantage of COVID-19 free time

Connor Caserio, Opinions Editor March 23, 2020

With school moved online due to COVID-19, most of us are using our extra free time to sleep in, catch up on Netflix, and just relax in general. Some Trevians, though, have taken advantage of the extra...

Mathematician Johnson working at NASA at the age of 33

Kathrine Johnson’s legacy: inspiring young women to pursue STEM careers

Graham Ambrose, Features Editor March 13, 2020

On Feb. 24 Katherine Johnson, known for her pioneering work in the male-dominated industry of NASA, as well as Taraji P. Henson’s portrayal of her in the 2017 break-out film “Hidden Figures,”...

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