Is early decision really the right decision?

Layla Saqibuddin

March 16, 2018

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Every year, thousands of high school seniors go through the hectic process of college admissions. The first semester of senior year is full of stress over the  college application process. The second semester is full of stress ...

Logan Weaver elected president of Triship

Eli Lieberman

March 16, 2018

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Tri-Ship announced Junior Logan Weaver as their presidential elect for the next school year. Weaver won over his peers with his ideas for how to make the club’s two main fundraisers, the tree sale and the canned food drive,...

Taking action against collegiate sexual assault

Danielle Kurensky

March 2, 2018

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Tulane University sent out the results of their sexual assault survey to admitted students this winter. Last year Tulane sent out a climate survey to students that assessed the issue of sexual assault on its campus. ...

Freshman campus sees an increase in vaping

Layla Saqibuddin

March 2, 2018

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While juuling continues to grow in popularity among high school students, what’s more concerning to administrators is the fact that some students have begun vaping as early as freshman year. The use of Juuls, a nicotine flavor...

Are parents too involved in the college process?

May Paddor

March 2, 2018

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While the New Trier website boasts a 98% college enrollment rate, parents and student alike are feeling the pressure of the college process. It isn’t a question of whether students go to college but where they go and how th...

No “nic” detectors

Mack Guthrie

December 22, 2017

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This week, rumors spread that the school, following the lead of a few New York Public schools, had installed “nic detectors” to apprehend students using vapes in the restrooms. According to Assistant Principal for Student...