New classes take flight, old get the axe

Max Friedman

February 7, 2013

Biomechanics and sports medicine. Gourmet and PCB Biology. These are all brand new classes or current ones facing major course revision. Every year, classes like these keep the New Trier Program of Studies fresh and new. New...

Student profile corrects misconceptions

Adrian Tkaczuk, Writer

December 19, 2012

For the third consecutive year, the Board of Education has compiled the annual student profile highlighting-among other things-the classes New Trier students take, the number of students taking AP classes, and the colleges graduates...

Tragedy strikes Newtown, CT

Matt Ruby, Editor-in-Chief

December 19, 2012

Funerals for the 26 victims continue after last Friday’s Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. According to the New York Times, Connecticut State Police confirm the killer is 20-year-old Adam Lanza....

Winter Music Festival turns 95

Max Friedman

December 11, 2012

The Winter Music Festival, an ensemble composed of 4 bands, 4 orchestras, and 8 choirs, is set to showcase its music Sunday Dec. 16 at 3p.m in the Gates Gymnasium. New Trier Students are welcome to attend the festival free of...

Shrinking student government presses onward

Joe Blackman

December 11, 2012

This article is a follow up to last week’s article on Student Alliance. In the last article, I discussed Student Alliance’s role in the school. This article covers more of the relationship between SA and the administration and...