New Trier News

Residents raise concern over Winnetka store display

Connor Caserio, Sports Editor

On Friday, Mar. 20, Winnetka resident Hannah Kadin posted to Nextdoor, expressing disgust for an apparent endorsement of the QAnon conspiracy theory by Neapolitan, a womenâ€...

March 23, 2020

Don’t use the coronavirus as an excuse to be racist

March 6, 2020

How does New Trier handle disciplining hate?

February 7, 2020

New security measures implemented after accidental lockdown

Alex Rubinstein, News Editor

After the Nov. 8 lockdown, the administration made changes to keep the school and its students safer. NT has been looking for a solution so that students will ...

December 20, 2019

Accidental lockdown leaves student body shocked

November 15, 2019

….Ok boomer

November 15, 2019

The lockdown needs to be a wake up call

November 15, 2019

Girl Up seminars bring diverse speakers for Women’s Day

Hope Talbot, News Editor

On Mar 5th, teachers were encouraged to bring their classes to the McGee Theater to listen to this year’s line-up of International Women’s Day speakers. This event,...

March 13, 2020

We shouldn’t have to hear homophobic and sexist slurs in advisery

Eva Roytburg, Opinions Editor

On the last day of the N-word presentations, advisors and advisees watched a video of Ta-Nehisi Coates addressing a student at Evanston Township High School about...

December 13, 2019

Looking back at a century of the NT News

November 8, 2019

Suit guidelines open debate about sexism, body shaming

October 18, 2019

Boy Scouts of America files for bankruptcy

Hope Talbot, News Editor

Boy Scouts of America is filing for bankruptcy after eight new men sued the organization for sexual abuse they endured as children at the hands of scout leaders. ...

March 7, 2020

We need to hold Boy Scouts accountable for hiding abuse

March 6, 2020

Sexual Assault Prevention Club in the works

December 13, 2019

We need to teach boys about consent

December 13, 2019

Trustees decide pot doesn’t align with Glencoe values

Alex Rubinstein, News Editor

The Glencoe Board of Trustees voted unanimously against putting a marijuana dispensary in Glencoe on Nov. 21. Illinois passed a change to the state law legalizing marijuana on Jan. 1, 2020. Because of this change, Glencoe and other towns including Northbrook have considered approving marijuana dispensaries. Originally the Glencoe Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) voted 5-1 in favor of allowing dis...

December 6, 2019

In honor of 100 years of publication, the first Examiner of the year features reprinted articles from the past century.

November 8, 2019

Students trying to quit: the aftermath of vaping deaths

Nadia Jaikaran, Features Editor

The recent warnings about the health risks of vaping have convinced some New Trier students to quit. Several students, who asked to remain anonymous, said they quit for many reasons, including the health effects, impact on academics, and cost. “I quit [at] the beginning of August,” one student said. “I started to feel the side effects. I used to run with ease, and when I went for a run, my...

October 30, 2019

Staff Editorial: Is vaping worth the risk? That’s up to you

September 27, 2019