Jewish students forced to choose: services or school

David Heiman, Staff Writer

November 2, 2016

Filed under News

As the Jewish new year rolls around, many students are forced to choose between their religion and school. The Jewish new year, known as Rosh Hashannah, is usually a day off of school. However, with the recent construction,...

Students rock out for a worthy cause

May Paddor, Staff Writer

November 2, 2016

Filed under Features

New Trier is bursting with musical talents from Jazz Choir to Symphony Orchestra. Yet, students aren’t exposed to half of the musical talent in the school, especially when it comes to student bands. Interact Club’s “Band...

Dear Administration, student voice matters

October 8, 2016

Filed under Opinions/Editorials, Top Stories

At New Trier, students are granted an enormous amount of trust and freedom from the administration. We have the power to sit in the hallways, use our phone during off time, and decide for ourselves what to do during our free peri...

ROTC’s benefits attract student interest

Tia Rotolo

October 5, 2016

Filed under News

For seniors deciding post high school plans, ROTC offers a unique college experience with benefits and an opportunity to honor one’s country. According to senior Jack Kempf “ROTC is a commissioning program for all branches...

How the level system affects students’ psyches

Lynley Evans

October 3, 2014

Filed under Examiner

It’s commonly joked that New Trier kids fear any grade lower than an A, but it is more of a reality than we realize. As New Trier students, we put such an emphasis on getting perfect grades and a high GPA to compliment our college...

Australian exchange students come to New Trier

Chloe O’Donoghue, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2013

Filed under News

Through October 7 to December 27, Australian exchange students will be staying with four New Trier students. The program involves students from New Trier and students from Pittwater, Australia staying with one another for an exte...

Welcome New Trier senior class of 2014

Kelsey Curran

June 2, 2013

Filed under Opinions/Editorials

Take a deep breath guys. We made it. Finally. We survived the obnoxious ACTs, SATs, the Prairie State Exams (okay, so maybe that didn’t take as much effort, but still), all of the extra work our teachers gave, and of course,...