Students decry textbooks that are never used

Katie Kim

October 6, 2017

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One of the worst days of summer is when you get the letter in the mail, providing you with a list of expensive textbooks to buy for the school year. It’s not the worst day solely due to the reminder that school is starting soon...

Is your homecoming theme sexist?

Darcie Kim

October 6, 2017

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Homecoming at New Trier is a unique experience, with people dressing up in themes ranging from ‘80s skiers to fantasy football. It is no mystery that the variety of homecoming themes is extensive, and in fact, the wide diversity...

Graeter’s v. Homer’s

Jack Soble

May 22, 2017

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Summertime is fast approaching, and with summer comes a dilemma that all students who stay in town must make. Which ice cream shop in the township is superior: Graeter’s or Homer’s? Both are an excellent spot to get a tasty...

New twist on old classic

Jessa Snower

May 22, 2017

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Torino Ramen is a newer restaurant located in downtown Wilmette. The first thing I noticed is that it is a small space with a lively environment. It was crowded when I walked in, but not in a bad way. It didn’t feel like...

Spirit award chosen

Darcie Kim

May 22, 2017

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If you hear a loud and enthusiastic cheer reverberating through the halls, there is a good chance that it is Lauren Pingad, the winner of this year’s spirit award. Pingad was recently voted the winner of the 10th annual spirit...

Science Olympiad blasts off

Emily Wong

May 22, 2017

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On Saturday, Apr. 29, Science Olympiad took first at state in a tight race against rival Adlai E. Stevenson High School. At 92 and 104 points, respectively, the teams were only 12 points apart, with 3rd place Neuqua Valley...