Alluding to conversation isn’t starting it

Editorial Board

November 30, 2018

Buried among other straightforward have-faith-in-yourself, we-can-all-be-friends type of messages embedded in ‘Bring it On,’ is a story about the way opportunity is correlated with race and economic stability. On its surface,...

Frosh-soph musical brings on discussions about race

Hannah Sussman, Staff reporter

November 30, 2018

This year’s freshman-sophomore musical “Bring It On” premieres Dec. 3, carrying with it complex conversations of opportunity that stem from race and economic stability. “Bring It On” revolves around head cheerleader,...

Enjoying the ride behind the curtains of Lagniappe

Alyssa Pak, Features Editor

September 21, 2018

Lagniappe is one of the most unique New Trier traditions; not many schools have a production that cracks jokes about their own community. We get to laugh about skits where math teacher Bradley Kuklis, orchestra conductor Peter...

Backstage with a legally blonde

Opinion Editor, Camille Baer

March 11, 2016

As a sort of ode to the end of “Legally Blonde,” I thought the best farewell would be to reveal my “behind the scenes” experience of being in a musical for the first time. Where to even begin. The past two months have...

Calling all stars to the stage

Camille Baer, Opinions Editor

February 12, 2016

If you are someone who dislikes all plays and musicals, or theater in general, you might want start changing your mind—especially if you might see one of your favorite actors or actresses up on stage. Over the past couple...

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday Night Live

Rachel Melancon, Sports Editor

October 7, 2015

Lagniappe is no longer under construction as the show dates are Oct. 6, 7, and 9. Each show has the same cast, so regardless of the night, the audience will experience the same performances. “It’s [a show] by my incredibly...