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ETHS celebrates LatinX heritage week

Nora Miller, Entertainment Editor

November 11, 2019

Tradition was shared with Evanstonians during the The Day of the Dead celebration on Nov. 1 in East Cafeteria. An event translated to La Dia de los Muertos in Spanish was the culmination of LatinX Heritage celebrations hosted du...

Wildkit Ensemble fosters creativity, inclusivity

Sophia McCandlish, Assistant Sports Editor

November 10, 2019

Wildkit Ensemble, a new fine arts course this year, is in full swing. Karla Clark, choir teacher, and Elizabeth Brent, special education teacher, co-teach the class that combines general education and special education students ...

Mad Style: Conscious Consumerism and Fashion

Madison McGuire, Staff Writer

November 8, 2019

Everyone wears clothes. Fast fashion-- the mass-production of cheap, disposable clothing-- makes young consumers like me feel constantly out of style and encourages us to keep buying more. After the clothes feel out of date, t...

Munchin’ with Michael: Burgers

Michael Barthelemy, Food Critic

November 8, 2019

The spirit of America. Our country’s proudest accomplishment to date. The source of joy for so many. The cheeseburger. While it may appear simple, the art of the cheeseburger has grown to become quite complex. In order to...

E-Town Talent

Adrian Cyrus and Tate Lucas

November 8, 2019

Adji Teoudoussia In a day and age where audiences turn to streaming services for content, a forgotten aspect of the industry that remains intact are music videos. Visualizing themes for the viewer has been a technique artis...

Linking music with its creators

Nora Miller, Arts & Entertainment Editor

November 8, 2019

Here’s a concept that fascinates the angsty teenager side of me, in school and otherwise: how does art imitate life? On the flip side, how does life imitate art? It is clear to me that young Americans witness the result of both ques...

Munchin’ with Michael: mac and cheese

Michael Barthelemy, Food Critic

September 27, 2019

As the year progresses and we slowly transition into fall and eventually winter, comfort is paramount importance. As the temperature drops, you’ll see more and more sweatpants and hoodies make an appearance.  Relaxation ...

Reboots, revivals, and remakes

Sophie Yang, Staff Writer

September 27, 2019

Hit shows from the past are making a comeback, with services producing more TV shows annually. HBO announced a reboot of the popular show Gossip Girl, a spinoff series with the same name and general idea, but a different cast and storyline...

YAMO directors enhance aspects of the show

Lauren Grill, Staff Writer

September 27, 2019

In its 62nd year, YAMO is a beloved, long-standing Evanston tradition. A variety show focused around Evanston culture, YAMO uniquely combines all aspects of the performing arts into one show. Behind what we see onstage every fall ...

Mad style: fall fashion

Madison McGuire, Style Specialist, Staff Writer

September 27, 2019

With fashion week and fall fashion around the corner, let’s take a look at prominent influences on the fashion industry right now: the 1980s and “androgyny” (fashion that doesn’t fit into a gender binary).  These two major impacts on...

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