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A call for conscience: the layers of sexism at ETHS
A call for conscience: the layers of sexism at ETHS
Zachary Bahar, Lauren Dain, Jessica Sehgal, Bridget Baker, Kayla Drajpuch, Meg Houseworth, Stella Israelite, Sophie Milner-Gorvine, and Zoe Kaufman
Whether it is whispers in the halls, outright sexist comments in the classroom or an objectionable view of women and their role in the world—sexism is very much alive and well in schools, including ETHS.
Students, staff react to hybrid return
Students, staff react to hybrid return
Jilian Denlow and Sydney Hletko April 26, 2021
August 17, the first day of the 2020-21 school year, was not the start anyone would’ve hoped for. A few weeks of online learning quickly turned into months, and now, as May approaches, ETHS has finally decided to take the next step, allowing students and staff to break routine and enter the building after many months of learning and teaching behind a computer screen. 
Junior Foster Ellen sits in a hybrid classroom.
Teachers reflect on hybrid challenges, accommodations
Eden Drajpuch, Sari Oppenheimer, and Avi Shapira April 26, 2021
While returning for hybrid instruction was optional for students, most staff members, unless afforded accommodations, returned to in-person instruction.
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