Expanded schedule popular with both students and staff

Matthew Murray, Staff Reporter

December 14, 2018

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The conclusion of construction on New Trier’s east campus has brought back the widely appreciated, expanded schedule for the 2018-19 school year. Although the expanded schedule caused the school year to start in late August, s...

What happened to the marching band?

Connor Caserio, Staff reporter

November 30, 2018

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As football advanced into the first round of the state playoffs, students may have noticed that, unlike most schools in the area, New Trier does not have a marching band. Throughout most of the early and mid 20th century, New...

Despite fewer restrictions, VPNs still remain popular

Hope Talbot and Amelia Jacobson

November 2, 2018

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In light of the recent technology restrictions in adviseries (as well as classes), students at both campuses have been installing VPNs to ensure personal freedoms on their devices. A VPN or Virtual Private Network overrides the...

Mind the gap… year

Molly George

May 24, 2018

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While many of New Trier’s seniors are thinking about the college they will be attending next year, more than a handful of seniors are excited not to be going to college. Not right away, anyway. Gap year continues to gain populari...

ROTC combines academics and service

Eli Lieberman

May 24, 2018

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Each year, approximately ten New Trier seniors receive a Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) Scholarship from one of the branches of the military. These students attend a four-year university while also receiving special train...

Why does the Destinations issue matter to students?

May Paddor

May 24, 2018

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The second-to-last annual issue of the Newspaper is almost always the Destinations issue, which shows students where most of the senior class is off to after graduation. This information is collected from a self-reported survey that s...