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The Class of 2020 MVPs

May 14, 2020

Badminton - Monica Hill  "The badminton program at ETHS has provided me with the opportunity to meet so many amazing girls, learn teamwork skills and become great at a sport while having so much fun." Baseball - Noah Leib ...

ETHS’ athletics department hopes for a summer season

Eli Cohen and Peter Barbato

May 1, 2020

On April 21, The IHSA announced the suspension of all remaining activities for the 2019-20 school year. Despite being anticipated by many, the news was gut-wrenching to every student athlete that prepared for months prior to their season. For now,...

Those not on the stat sheet deserve recognition

Gordon Redfield-Gale and Will Wambo

April 3, 2020

An often forgotten member of every ETHS varsity squad is the team manager, who does far more than sit and watch on their respective team; they spend countless hours ensuring the team has everything they need for success from putt...

Quarantine Critiques: TV Shows

Lauren Dain, Ingrid Halverson, Jojo Wertheimer, and Sydney Ter Molen

April 3, 2020

“High Fidelity,” Assistant In-Depth Editor, Lauren Dain This Hulu Original series, which released Feb. 14, is the fourth iteration of the High Fidelity story. The book, which was released in 1995, follows the main character, Rob. He is a record store owner who h...

Quarantine Critiques: Songs

Madison McGuire and Sophie Yang

April 3, 2020

“Confidant”,  Assistant Photo & Arts Editor Madison McGuire BabyJake’s “Confidant” marks his fourth single release in his professional music career, and let me just say, he did it once again. The combination of the classic electric guitar with a ...

Quarantine Critiques: Music Albums

Constance Harwood, Tamara Guy, and Madison McGuire

April 3, 2020

Heartbreak Weather, Guest Writer Constance Harwood The album Heartbreak Weather by Nial Horan has a great range of slower ballad-like songs as well as more upbeat songs to jam out and sing along to. It is definitely an album you should listen to from start to fi...

Streaming services limit outreach

Lauren Grill, Staff Writer

March 2, 2020

Awards season has left audiences with watch lists of critically acclaimed TV shows and movies that have taken home Emmys, Oscars and any gold statuette that represents greatness in Hollywood. There’s only one issue—one would need...

Etown talent: Ion Hooks

Adrian Cyrus, Staff Writer

February 28, 2020

Walking around the halls at ETHS, there is a high chance of there being earbuds and sound traveling through the outer ear, striking the ear drum causing it to vibrate. Music and sound can play vital moments to a lot of our lives. ...

Track: the race downstate

Michael Barthelemy, Sports Editor

February 28, 2020

Consistent greatness. For the boys and girls track teams, that’s the name of the game. Year in and year out, both sides are able to send multiple runners to state competition no matter the event, and this year looks to be no...

Girls basketball advances to Super Sectionals

Hailey Fine, Assistant Sports Editor

February 28, 2020

As super-sectionals come up, girls basketball strives to keep up the high motivation and stay focused by establishing goals and working hard in practice. “In practice we’ve been pushing each other really hard and the effort we...

Skating to success

Nora Miller, A&E Editor

February 28, 2020

With two competition wins under their belt, the Evanston figure skating’s A-Team allows Evanston skaters to push their skills to the limit. The team only competes in four Illinois competitions during their four-month season,...

Band students qualify for Peoria performance

Clare Kennedy, Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

On January 29th nine ETHS students attended Peoria for a Band and Orchestra All-State event made up of qualifying students from across Illinois. These musicians qualified through ILMEA, the Illinois Music Educators Association. Si...

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