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A letter from your 2020-21 Student Rep

Carmiya Bady, Student Representative June 4, 2020

Dear fellow Evastonians and ETHS students, I am Carmiya Bady, your new Student Representative. In this letter, I would like to introduce my platform and a little bit of what I am planning to do in...

Photo courtesy of Cynthia Bumbry.

Remembering ETHS: Cynthia Bumbry

Sari Oppenheimer, Staff Writer May 14, 2020

Cynthia Bumbry began working at ETHS in 1985, and in her 35 years as a staff member, she has become an integral part of the ETHS community. During her time at ETHS, Bumbry has filled many roles across...

Photo courtesy of Leslie Connie.

Remembering ETHS: Leslie Connie

Phoebe Porter, Staff Writer May 14, 2020

Since 1990, Leslie Connie has been an ETHS special education teacher. Throughout her career, Connie has built close relationships with all of her students and values the bond they have created. “I’m...

Photo courtesy of Mary Theresa Reed.

Remembering ETHS: Mary Theresa Reed

Sari Oppenheimer, Staff Writer May 14, 2020

After 36 years of teaching in both District 65 and at ETHS, director of choirs, Mary Theresa Reed is retiring from her long career as a teacher.  “It's been kind of cool to be able to say that I...

Remembering ETHS: Marybeth O’Mara

Remembering ETHS: Marybeth O’Mara

Avi Shapira, Staff Writer May 14, 2020

For 12 years, Marybeth O’Mara has served as a history teacher for freshmen and juniors. Being at ETHS since 2008, she has loved the collaborative and diverse environment that ETHS offers every day and...

Remembering ETHS: Lisa Walter

Avi Shapira, Staff Writer May 14, 2020

Since January 2001, Lisa Walter has been a school nurse. An ETHS alum, she has spent nearly 25 years among the ETHS community as a student and on faculty and loves the way the community seems to care about...

The IIT departments EdTechTeam—David Chan, Jessica Don, Mina Marien and Melanie Marzen —at IDEA minicon.

Evanston’s shutdown staff: how departments are changing as a result of the quarantine

Zachary Bahar, News Editor May 1, 2020

Every Evanston student and staff member has been impacted by the changes that COVID-19 has brought into the world—schedules have been changed, classes made digital, tests changed, relationships challenged—and...

NorthShore University HealthSystem in Skokie on April 2.

Evanston health care professionals weigh in on COVID-19 prevention

Sari Oppenheimer, Staff Writer April 3, 2020

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has tallied 6,980 cases in Illinois, including 89 cases in Evanston as of Thursday morning, according to the City of Evanston website. Evanston has experienced the impacts...

Economic ramifications of COVID-19 affect Evanstonians

Economic ramifications of COVID-19 affect Evanstonians

Zachary Bahar, News Editor April 3, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted every aspect of our lives. From the way we interact with others, to the amount of time we spend outside, to our mental state, nothing has gone unscathed; while public...

Cook County States Attorney Kimberly Foxx won majority of votes in Evanston during 2020 primary.

March 17 Illinois Primary Results

Rebecca Lustig, Staff Writer April 3, 2020

In the March 17 Illinois Primary, voters voted for not only presidential primaries but primaries for many local Cook County positions and judges. Election ballots for primaries are separated by Democratic,...

ETHS hosts Black History Month Pop Up Shop for student entrepreneurs

Louise Bond, Staff Writer April 3, 2020

On Feb. 28 during periods 4, 5 and 6, the first-ever ETHS Black History Month Pop Up Shop was held to empower black student entrepreneurs by giving them a platform to sell and advertise their products.  Counselors...

Behind the scenes of ETHS’ Black History Month celebration

Sophia Weglarz, Executive Editor February 28, 2020

Beyond the vibrantly-colored doors with photos and illustrations of Black history heroes and the countless students and staff donning bright and brilliant hues to rep their culture, the 29-day celebration...

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