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Opinion | Digital SAT: a better experience, not assessment

Opinion | Digital SAT: a better experience, not assessment

Emir Bombaci, Opinion Columnist February 22, 2024

The SAT has always been a vital component of high school education. For generations, test day has been an intense event given the significance that the test holds in college admissions. With the pencil...

Opinion | Streaming showdown: Apple Music vs. Spotify

Opinion | Streaming showdown: Apple Music vs. Spotify

Isaac Peng, Opinion Columnist February 22, 2024

Music is one of the most universal languages there is. As famous philosopher Plato put it, “Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.”...

Opinion | Bursting bobas bubble

Opinion | Bursting boba’s bubble

Will Klearman, Opinion Columnist February 22, 2024

Whether you are an avid boba drinker, know one or have overheard Northwestern University students talking about where they should go on their next boba adventure, you definitely have not missed seeing...

Opinion | Climate conversations with Milo

Opinion | Climate conversations with Milo

Milo Slevin, Opinion Editor February 22, 2024

In January of 2023, a group of dedicated students, administrators, teachers and community members launched the ETHS Sustainability Policy Committee. The committee was created with the intention of developing...

Art by Ahania Soni

Governmental action on Sand Creek in recent years

After 149 years of oppression and ignorance from the government, Colorado Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell, the first Native American to ever serve in Congress, created a bill in hopes of preserving the site and Sand Creek.
Illustration by Aiyana Jehan

Just a 30-minute cab ride away: An inside look at North Cook Young Adult Academy

Jian Kramer couldn’t remember how that pocket knife even got there in the first place, but now it sat in the palm of the safety officer's hand, staring Kramer back in the face: a mindless error that would change the course of his entire high school education.
Photo courtesy of Kupunoli Sumi

Technological troubles in teaching: how mobile devices affect education, ETHS

The years following the pandemic saw a large uptick in students' addiction to technology, specifically cell phones. Technology had been one of the only things that allowed people to connect with each other even when everyone was stuck at home, and many teachers have noticed the increase in technological use that students endured remotely has translated into the classroom setting. The new phone policy attempts to curb that addiction.
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