Why does the Destinations issue matter to students?

May Paddor

May 24, 2018

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...

Admin considering changes to advisery after three year review

May Paddor

May 11, 2018

The School Board heard results of a three year long review of the advisorey system on April 16. According to the Adviser Program Study Board Memo, the Adviser Program has not been formally evaluated since 1965. This prompted...

Nationwide youth rises up

May Paddor

March 23, 2018

On Mar 14th, schools across the nation participated in a walkout in support of the students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and to advocate for school safety against gun violence. Several high schools in neighboring dis...

Are parents too involved in the college process?

May Paddor

March 2, 2018

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...

Bumpstock debate hits legislatures around the country

May Paddor

December 15, 2017

According to WTTW Chicago Tonight, state rep. Marty Moylan’s bill to ban “bump stocks” did not pass on Oct 26 failing by a vote of 48-54. Moylan’s bill came about in response to the Las Vegas shooting. “Bump stocks”...

New class ‘lights the fire’ for change

May Paddor

December 8, 2017

2017 has been a year filled with a number of controversies played day in and out on the news. Starting next year, a new class, Civics and Social Justice, will help students explore these issues. Student Voices in Equity...