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Lisa Roncone speaks to students about this weeks Sexual Assault Awareness workshops.

ETHS engages in Sexual Assault Awareness Month activities

Cate Lynch and Maia Roothan April 26, 2019

Over the course of this week, the Sexual Assault and Harassment Prevention Committee (SAHPC), a student-run club at ETHS, hosted workshops to educate and to inform faculty and students about issues surrounding...

New School Board members to be sworn in

Louise Bond and Sofia Louise Williams April 18, 2019

In a close election on April 2, Monique Parsons, Stephanie Teterycz and Elizabeth Rolewicz were elected into the three open spots on the District 202 Board of Education. With 31.4% of the votes, Parsons...

Poetry week gives student opportunities to share their voice

Rebecca Lustig, Staff Writer April 12, 2019

ETHS kicked off the start of National Poetry Month on April 1, with Poetry Week, consisting of guest poets performing, writing workshops, and an open mic. “April is National Poetry Month, so that’s...

ETHS wins sixth straight regional, faces GBS Tuesday

Eli Cohen, Sports Captain March 4, 2019

Evanston came out on top against Notre Dame Friday night, defeating the Dons 80-68 at Beardsley Gym, taking home the regional championship for the sixth year in a row. ETHS’ starters, Ryan Bost, Jaylin...

The fall of Formal

Sofie Kennedy and Clare Kennedy February 15, 2019

This year, ETHS will not host a Freshman/Sophomore Formal dance. “No decision ever has to be permanent. If there is an overwhelming sense or desire from the student body to make something happen,...

5 Questions for Tim Rhoze

Cam Mulvihill, Staff Writer February 15, 2019

Tim Rhoze is an accomplished actor, director and current resident of Evanston. Rhoze has appeared in shows such as Grey’s Anatomy and Friends. Currently, Rhoze is an artistic director at Fleetwood-Jourdain...

Representation Renaissance

Representation Renaissance

Nora Miller, Entertainment Columnist February 15, 2019

As we are now in the midst of Black History Month, the impact black artists have made on the entertainment industry is apparent, most notably in the past year. In 2018, black performers have pushed the...

The Oscars, a preview

The Oscars, a preview

Jonah Charlton, Sophia Weglarz and Evan Finder February 15, 2019

Best Picture By Jonah Charlton What should win: A Star is Born Yes, it’s a remake. Sure, it’s predictable. It’s definitely quintessential Hollywood. But Bradley Cooper’s rendition of this...

Senior Lance Jones blows by the Maine South defender on his way to the hoop.

Kits hold off Maine South in overtime win

Chris Werner, Sports Editor December 10, 2018

Last season, the two games between Maine South and Evanston were decided by a total of five points. On Friday night in Beardsley gym, the Kits and Hawks battled again, and in a game similar to the tight...

YAMO preforms closing act.

Cam-mentary on YAMO

Cam Mulvihill, Staff Writer November 19, 2018

YAMO 2018 was comedic gold. Dozens of our students showcased their theatrical and comical talents. The show included hilarious scenes ranging from parents disliking some of the biggest new songs to...

Films with Finder

Evan Finder, Staff Writer November 19, 2018

A Star Is Born This is the fourth film version of A Star is Born and many critics question whether anything new or interesting can be added to the story. Bradley Cooper was not one of those people; he...

The Hate U Give provides honest look into police brutality and social activism

Sophia Weglarz, Assistant Opinion Editor November 19, 2018

In what can only be described as perhaps the most compelling two hours of honest, topical conversation surrounding police brutality and social activism in a coming-of-age film, The Hate U Give has garnered...

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