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Theres An APP For That

There’s An APP For That

Eli Baum, News Editor August 26, 2014

Take a break from 2048 to check out ETHS’s new mobile app. The app, the result of a partnership between the Communications Office and the Instructional and Informational Technology (IIT) Dept., launched...

Congratulation to award-winning seniors

Congratulation to award-winning seniors

May 29, 2014

Senior Scholarship Awards COE Moms/COE Pops Scholarship: Justin Hadley, Lorena Jasso Rebecca Kranz Crown Award: Juan Villasenor Kiwanis O. B. Davy Memorial Scholarship: Marlon Primous ETHS Boosters...

Holocaust Commemoration ends today with Israeli Fair

Holocaust Commemoration ends today with Israeli Fair

Eli Baum, News Editor May 9, 2014

To close out Holocaust Remembrance Week, ETHS will hold an Israeli Fair in A241 today. The Booster Club, the Jewish United Fund, the Jewish Student Union and Shorashim are sponsoring the fair, which...

New Welcome Center to come this fall

New Welcome Center to come this fall

Loie Gilbert, News Editor May 1, 2014

In order to create a student-centered facility using modern resources, strengthen relationships through the community, and maximize the reputation of ETHS, E112 will become a Welcome Center come fall...

Olivia Larsen, sophomore, works on a geometry problem at practice.

Math Team competes at State today

Ivy Hettinger-Roberts, News Editor May 1, 2014

After placing thirteenth out of 73 schools at Regionals, Math Team is heading to the ICTM State Meet at University of Illinois today and tomorrow. “We almost always are in the top ten schools for State,”...

Students to show artwork at YEA festival

Students to show artwork at YEA festival

Jake Girard, News Editor May 1, 2014

To show off local Evanston student artwork, the Young Evanston Artists foundation (YEA) will be putting on an art show May 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on the corner of Dempster and Chicago. “There...

Mario Martinez and Jessica Cooper at 2013 Dreams Delivered

Women’s Club offers free prom dresses

Jake Girard, News Editor March 31, 2014

To tear down the financial barriers of prom, Dreams Delivered will be hosting its annual Evanston fashion show on April 14, and its prom boutique on May 28-30. “Girls are crazy to spend the amount of...

English 101 class offered at Oakton

English 101 class offered at Oakton

Ivy Hettinger-Roberts, News Reporter March 31, 2014

Oakton Community College (OCC) is collaborating with ETHS to offer a new class to students for the first time this summer. “This new class, English 101, will be partnered with a College Success Seminar,”...

DeCraene and Leibforth

Math Dept. chair changing next year

Alex Howard, News Editor March 31, 2014

In order to revisit his passion for teaching, the current Math Dept. chair Peter DeCraene will hand over the reins to math teacher Dale Leibforth starting next year. “The one thing that department chairs...

Joint blocked periods to connect APUSH, English

Loie Gilbert, News Editor March 31, 2014

ETHS will offer a joint block period of AP Language and Composition and AP US History for juniors next fall. “I taught AP Language and Composition for four years,” said Julie Mallory, English...

Aaron Clark, senior

Word

Max Goldsmith, Entertainment editor March 31, 2014

This is a week you can’t miss. Poetry Week kicks off Monday and is set to showcase the hidden talent within students across the school. “Poetry is all about just saying the truth,” explains Kevin...