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Singing through the school day: an inside look at ETHS’ choruses

Sophie Yang, Staff Writer April 26, 2019

ETHS is home to many choruses that go largely unrecognized. Ranging from vocal jazz to an all female ensemble, students have the chance to experience a variety of vocal music. Mary Theresa Reed, director...

All eyes on US

All eyes on US

Nora Miller, Entertainment Columnist April 26, 2019

On the eve of March 22, critics and audiences were stunned by the intensity of Jordan Peele’s Us. Watching the film with a group of friends, I felt captured by the story of the Wilson family—an in-depth...

The Final Chapter: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms

The Final Chapter: A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms

Zachary Bahar, Asst. News Editor April 23, 2019

After a pretty lackluster beginning, the second episode of the final season of Game of Thrones, “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms,” returns the show to its roots through an episode of politics, conflicting...

The Final Chapter: Winterfell

The Final Chapter: Winterfell

Zachary Bahar, Assistant News Editor April 15, 2019

For the last decade, fans around the world have watched the plotting, betrayal, loves and deaths of the Starks, Lannisters, Targaryens and many, many others. After debuting in 2011, Game of Thrones won...

Cam-mentary on Writer’s Showcase

Cam-mentary on Writer’s Showcase

Cameron Mulvihill , Staff Writer March 25, 2019

Student writing comes alive. The performances in Writer’s Showcase are written, chosen, directed and performed by students.  “The Board [made up of students] selects the pieces of writing,...

Staff Artist: Elizabeth Brent

Staff Artist: Elizabeth Brent

Nora Miller, A&E Columnist March 23, 2019

Businesswoman, artist and teacher Elizabeth Brent chooses to continue her career in art through a self-run business and Etsy shop when she isn’t teaching special education and ceramics. “A lot of...

Staff Artist: Amy Moore

Staff Artist: Amy Moore

Madison McGuire and Nora Miller March 23, 2019

Photography and video teacher, Amy Moore, uses her multifaceted artistic journey to eloquently teach students how to incorporate a variety of media into their work. Unbeknownst to a number of Amy Moore’s...

Staff Artist: Petra Maton

Staff Artist: Petra Maton

Madison McGuire, Staff Writer March 23, 2019

Petra Maton, an ETHS art teacher of 13 years, takes her passion for art far beyond the classroom and career in education. Maton is not only a ceramics, AP 3D, sculpture 2, animation and cartooning teacher,...

Staff Artist: Marla Seibold

Staff Artist: Marla Seibold

Madison McGuire, Staff Writer March 23, 2019

Pottery work and mixed-media collage may be contrasting mediums, but ceramics teacher Marla Seibold explains that the polarity between the two makes her evermore passionate to create both. “Ceramics...

Staff Artist: Daria McMeans

Staff Artist: Daria McMeans

Nora Miller, A&E Columnist March 23, 2019

A brief conversation with the interdisciplinary art teacher, Daria McMeans, can entice one to create art that expresses personal style. Currently, McMeans teaches Drawing 1 and 2, along with AP Art History,...

Actors Gymnasium performers in a pivotal scene.

Circus artists defy gravity

Sofie Kennedy and Nora Miller March 22, 2019

The cast of the tenth annual Actors Gymnasium winter show, All The Time In The World, exemplifies the graceful combination between theater and circus. “All winter circus [shows] are sci-fi. It’s...

Original work by Hislop

ETHS Staff Artist: Hislop expresses culture through art

Sophie Gomez, Staff Writer March 22, 2019

Jasmin Hislop, the coordinator of the South Technology Center, also happens to be a talented artist. Recently, Hislop displayed her art at the Evanston Public Library and is planning a future exhibit in...

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