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  • Fruitcake survives another year
    NewspaperImageText  Irv Leavitt, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 6 Dec 2012, p. 22     The New Trier Choir Opera will perform "Fruitcake" by Philip Hagemann and Penny Leka at the high school's Winter Music Festival.
    NewspaperImageText  Irv Leavitt, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 6 Dec 2012, p. 22   The New Trier Choir Opera will perform "Fruitcake" by Philip Hagemann and Penny Leka at the high school's Winter Music Festival.
  • German students see America through NT's eyes
    NewspaperImageText  Curtis Lehmkuhl, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 25 Oct 2012, p. 26     New Trier foreign exchange students Mara Henn, Teresa Lutz and Sonja Uchlin are from Trier, Germany. The students lived with host families within the district and shadowed students of New Trier's German classes.
    NewspaperImageText  Curtis Lehmkuhl, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 25 Oct 2012, p. 26   New Trier foreign exchange students Mara Henn, Teresa Lutz and Sonja Uchlin are from Trier, Germany. The students lived with host families within the district and shadowed students of New ...
  • Hadley cards feature NT student artwork
    NewspaperImageText  Curtis Lehmkuhl, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 25 Oct 2012, p. 24     Hannah Horner, a senior at New Trier High School, created winning designs for the Hadley School for the Blind holiday cards. Photograph of Hannah Horner.
    NewspaperImageText  Curtis Lehmkuhl, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 25 Oct 2012, p. 24   Hannah Horner, a senior at New Trier High School, created winning designs for the Hadley School for the Blind holiday cards. Photograph of Hannah Horner.
  • Mergner's summer fun happens in the lab
    NewspaperImageText  Kathy Routliffe, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 16 Aug 2012, p. 11     Photograph of student, Eva Mergner of Wilmette, who participated in an American Cancer Society research project this summer.
    NewspaperImageText  Kathy Routliffe, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 16 Aug 2012, p. 11   Photograph of student, Eva Mergner of Wilmette, who participated in an American Cancer Society research project this summer.
  • NT grad expands knowledge as Richter Scholar
    NewspaperImageText  Lauren Finkler, The Wilmette Beacon (Northbrook, Illinois: 22nd Century Media, 20100908), 15 Aug 2012, p. 15     Photograph of New Trier alumna, Alyssa Conway, who studied the interaction between the brain and music for her Richter Scholar project at Lake Forest College.
    NewspaperImageText  Lauren Finkler, The Wilmette Beacon (Northbrook, Illinois: 22nd Century Media, 20100908), 15 Aug 2012, p. 15   Photograph of New Trier alumna, Alyssa Conway, who studied the interaction between the brain and music for her Richter Scholar project at Lake Forest College.
  • Wilmette's Regnier shines as  younest "star"tist
    NewspaperImageText  Lauren Finkler, The Wilmette Beacon (Northbrook, Illinois: 22nd Century Media, 20100908), 15 Aug 2012, p. 13     Photograph of Wilmette residemt Emma Regnier with a star sculpture "Starfish" she created in honor of the Winnetka Community House centennial.
    NewspaperImageText  Lauren Finkler, The Wilmette Beacon (Northbrook, Illinois: 22nd Century Media, 20100908), 15 Aug 2012, p. 13   Photograph of Wilmette residemt Emma Regnier with a star sculpture "Starfish" she created in honor of the Winnetka Community House centennial.
  • Choosing research over the beach
    NewspaperImageText  Clare Lane, The Wilmette Beacon (Northbrook, Illinois: 22nd Century Media, 20100908), 8 Aug 2012, p. 3     Photograph Eva Mergner of Wilmette who has been working on aresearch project as part of the American Cancer Society's summer internship program.
    NewspaperImageText  Clare Lane, The Wilmette Beacon (Northbrook, Illinois: 22nd Century Media, 20100908), 8 Aug 2012, p. 3   Photograph Eva Mergner of Wilmette who has been working on aresearch project as part of the American Cancer Society's summer internship program.
  • Midwestern colleges popular with New Trier grads
    NewspaperImageText  Karen Berkowitz, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Aug 2012, p. 7     The top college choices of New Trier High School graduates are concentrated in the Midwest. Chart showing favorite schools and number of students choosing them. Photograph Jacquelene Britva of Glencoe.
    NewspaperImageText  Karen Berkowitz, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Aug 2012, p. 7   The top college choices of New Trier High School graduates are concentrated in the Midwest. Chart showing favorite schools and number of students choosing them. Photograph Jacquelene Britva of Glencoe.
  • Partners invest in different sort of egg roll
    NewspaperImageText  Kathy Routliffe, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Aug 2012, 10, 11     New Trier graduates Daniel Krause, of Wilmette, and his business partner Jeremy Mandell, of Winnetka, are shown with their new food truck for their business, Cracked: The Egg came First, which they will take to the University of Illinois. The business creates specialty breakfast sandwiches and late night snacks for ...
    NewspaperImageText  Kathy Routliffe, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Aug 2012, 10, 11   New Trier graduates Daniel Krause, of Wilmette, and his business partner Jeremy Mandell, of Winnetka, are shown with their new food truck for their business, Cracked: The Egg came First, ...
  • Egg Roll
    NewspaperImageText  Buzz Orr, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Aug 2012, Cover     New Trier graduates Daniel Krause and his business partner Jeremy Mandell are shown with their new food truck for their business, Cracked: The Egg came First, which they will take to the University of Illinois. Story on p.10.
    NewspaperImageText  Buzz Orr, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Aug 2012, Cover   New Trier graduates Daniel Krause and his business partner Jeremy Mandell are shown with their new food truck for their business, Cracked: The Egg came First, which they will take ...
  • Morrison sets sights on medical career
    NewspaperImageText  Dan Luedert, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 7 Jun 2012, p. 18     New Trier athlete Molly Morrison has decided to pursue a medical career in orthopedics and sports medicine. Interview and photograph with Morrison.
    NewspaperImageText  Dan Luedert, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 7 Jun 2012, p. 18   New Trier athlete Molly Morrison has decided to pursue a medical career in orthopedics and sports medicine. Interview and photograph with Morrison.
  • Students investigate "Gap Year" at Trevian fair
    NewspaperImageText  Fornek, Kimberly, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Feb 2012, p. 5     New Trier High School holds a regional Gap Year Fair with representatives from 32 gap-year programs. "Gap year" is an interim program before college with the intent to start school after a semester or two of other endeavors. Comments by James Conroy, chaiman of New Trier's post-high school counseling department, ...
    NewspaperImageText  Fornek, Kimberly, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Feb 2012, p. 5   New Trier High School holds a regional Gap Year Fair with representatives from 32 gap-year programs. "Gap year" is an interim program before college with the intent to start school ...
  • Pizza, exam cramming now library tradition
    NewspaperImageText  Cyganowski, Joe, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Feb 2012, p. 7     Students cram for final exams at the Wilmette Public Library. For the last few years the library has provided pizza in the auditorium on one evening as a study break for students. Photograph students Sara Hummel, Carolyn DeLarm and Riley McNulty....
    NewspaperImageText  Cyganowski, Joe, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Feb 2012, p. 7   Students cram for final exams at the Wilmette Public Library. For the last few years the library has provided pizza in the auditorium on one evening as a study break ...
  • Study Fuel
    NewspaperImageText  Cyganowski, Joe, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Feb 2012, Cover     Photograph of Madeleine Aybar, Tatiana Tasiopoulos and Clare Driscoll showing a plate of food to a visitor during study break at the Wilmette Public Library. Story p.7...
    NewspaperImageText  Cyganowski, Joe, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 2 Feb 2012, Cover   Photograph of Madeleine Aybar, Tatiana Tasiopoulos and Clare Driscoll showing a plate of food to a visitor during study break at the Wilmette Public Library. Story p.7...
  • Regina's Young Leaders Day looks to the future
    NewspaperImageText  Routliffe, Kathy, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 12 Jan 2012, p. 9     More than 20 young women from across Chicago and surrounding suburbs took part in Regina Dominican High School's "Young Leaders Day" on Saturday. Photograph Mathematics teacher Sandy Locher and Chemistry teacher Patsy Mueller....
    NewspaperImageText  Routliffe, Kathy, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 12 Jan 2012, p. 9   More than 20 young women from across Chicago and surrounding suburbs took part in Regina Dominican High School's "Young Leaders Day" on Saturday. Photograph Mathematics teacher Sandy Locher and Chemistry ...
  • New Trier: No one formula to get into college
    NewspaperImageText  Fornek, Kimberly, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 12 Jan 2012, p. 7     New Trier Parents Association invited parents of current and future New Trier students to hear details from the school's 2011 class profile January 4. Photograph Jim Conroy, chair of post-high school counseling at New Trier talking with student, Bridge Murdoch....
    NewspaperImageText  Fornek, Kimberly, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 12 Jan 2012, p. 7   New Trier Parents Association invited parents of current and future New Trier students to hear details from the school's 2011 class profile January 4. Photograph Jim Conroy, chair of post-high ...
  • Broken arm fails to deter this leader
    NewspaperImageText  Leavitt, Irv, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 10 Nov 2011, p. 5     First grader Lauren Miller, 6, of Wilmette was assistant principal for the day at Pope John XXIII School in Evanston on Tuesday, Nov. 1, after her parents bid on the honor during a fundraiser for the school. Photograph Lauren Miller, 6, of Wilmette....
    NewspaperImageText  Leavitt, Irv, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 10 Nov 2011, p. 5   First grader Lauren Miller, 6, of Wilmette was assistant principal for the day at Pope John XXIII School in Evanston on Tuesday, Nov. 1, after her parents bid on the ...
  • Look who's boss
    NewspaperImageText  Pagelow, Ryan, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 10 Nov 2011, Cover     Photograph first-grader Lauren Millar, 6, of Wilmette servicing as assistant principal for the day at Pope John XXIII School in Evanston. Story p.5...
    NewspaperImageText  Pagelow, Ryan, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 10 Nov 2011, Cover   Photograph first-grader Lauren Millar, 6, of Wilmette servicing as assistant principal for the day at Pope John XXIII School in Evanston. Story p.5...
  • Scary Stories: area students' prize-winning tales of terror and devilish drawings
    NewspaperImageText  Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Oct 2011, p. 49     Connor Lee of Harper School, Wilmette, was a third place winner, and his story is reproduced in the newspaper on p.50-51....
    NewspaperImageText  Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Oct 2011, p. 49   Connor Lee of Harper School, Wilmette, was a third place winner, and his story is reproduced in the newspaper on p.50-51....
  • Central families walk, bike to school
    NewspaperImageText  Routliffe, Kathy, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 13 Oct 2011, p. 7     Students and parents walked and bicycled in Central School's "Walk to School Day" parade on Oct. 5. Names mentioned include parents Peggy Salamon, Sylvie Legere and April Cesaretti, Central's principal, Rebecca Litmann, and School District 39 Superintendent Raymond Lechner...
    NewspaperImageText  Routliffe, Kathy, Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 13 Oct 2011, p. 7   Students and parents walked and bicycled in Central School's "Walk to School Day" parade on Oct. 5. Names mentioned include parents Peggy Salamon, Sylvie Legere and April Cesaretti, Central's principal, ...
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