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The news site of Evanston Township High School's student newspaper

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Seniors, and second hand clothing sellers Lara-Nour Walton and Sylvia Tellez.

Want to make money? Sell your clothes

Jojo Wertheimer, A&E Editor August 17, 2020

ETHS Seniors Sylvia Tellez and Lara-Nour Walton started their clothing account at the beginning of July. They were looking for a way to make a tangible change for the Black Lives Matter movement and decided...

Busking for Black lives and MO performance

Sophie Yang, Staff Writer August 17, 2020

Students from the Musical Offering have been lighting up the streets of Evanston with live music throughout the month. Meeting at eight different locations on five different dates, these young musicians...

Interview with Jeopardy contestant Beni Keown

Sophie Yang, Staff Writer May 1, 2020

An inside scoop on the latest E-Town celebrity Beni Keown, class of 2019.

Munchin’ with Michael: Pie

Michael Barthelemy, Food Critic December 13, 2019

Friday is pie day. Wrapping up the fall season, this has been the time of year for pie. In my opinion, apple and pumpkin season provide some of the most elite forms on the pie market, with apple in particular...

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...

Illustration by Ellie Lind

Art, music programs foster close relationships between Districts 65, 202

Sophie Yang, Staff Writer November 8, 2019

Districts 65 and 202 have a long history of joining together, offering programs to introduce younger students to explore the opportunities in store once they reach high school. District 65 students have...

Munchin’ with Michael: frozen treats

Michael Barthelemy, Food Critic August 21, 2019

Ahh, the first day of school. A time to reminisce on all the memories you made over the summer and daydream your way back to those July days. Here at Munchin’ With Michael, we figured we would follow...

Munchin’ with Michael: which slice was most nice?

Michael Barthelemy, Food Critic April 26, 2019

We’re back for seconds, and this time we’re exploring the realm of pizza. Living in the Chicago-land area, pizza is one of our city’s delicacies. Places like Giordano’s and Lou Malnati’s have...

Munchin’ with Michael: which burrito reigns supreme?

Michael Barthelemy, Food Critic March 22, 2019

Man’s greatest invention: the burrito. A perfect blend of taste and mobility is what makes it so unique and so beloved. Though the issue that arises from the greatness of the burrito is the plethora...

Representation Renaissance

Representation Renaissance

Nora Miller, Entertainment Columnist February 15, 2019

As we are now in the midst of Black History Month, the impact black artists have made on the entertainment industry is apparent, most notably in the past year. In 2018, black performers have pushed the...

Stop pitting women against each other

Stop pitting women against each other

Sophie Monzo, Entertainment Columnist November 19, 2018

By Sophie Monzo Entertainment Columnist Total cat fight. A recent brawl involving two successful rappers, Cardi B and Nicki Minaj, took the media by storm, but we need to stop pitting females stars...

Stars break silence over addiction

Sophie Monzo, Entertainment Columnist August 27, 2018

Say something. 7 million Americans suffer from a form of drug addiction, according to the American Addiction Center; there’s a big reason to talk about this mental illness consuming the country. ...

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