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Avante Price makes his mark running multi-thousand dollar business

Avante Price makes his mark running multi-thousand dollar business

Caroline Jacobs, Feature Editor September 22, 2017

As the school year starts back up, every ETHS student is feeling the pressure of balancing their never-ending homework load and extracurricular activities, but for senior Avante Price, one of those activities...

Service trips range from Costa Rica to Guatemala to Appalachia.

Students travel around the world to do service

Caroline Jacobs, Feature Editor August 28, 2017

“If a student has the opportunity to travel and they incorporate service into that, they are going to have a richer experience themselves and they’ll learn so much more about the community that they’re...

Alternatives to college may be a better fit

Grace Fay, Billy Krupkin, and Jonathan Neuberger May 31, 2017

While the traditional post-secondary plan is to go to a four year college right after High School, these 12 seniors choose to take an alternate path by taking a gap year. A gap year serves as a break between...

Congratulations to award-winning seniors

May 27, 2017

Career and Technical Education Coral Norris Award: Catherine Fitzgibbons James M. Hartray Memorial Award: Jorge Rodriguez Vivek Likhithe Award: Makonnen Berry and Lesley Escobar Winifred Gunthrie...

8 Questions for Noah McKay

8 Questions for Noah McKay

Mac Stone , Feature Editor April 21, 2017

At first glance, senior Noah McKay seems like a normal student who loves pizza rolls and his sociology class. However, if you dig a little deeper, you’ll discover that Noah has some pretty extravagant...

Seniors set sail for prom

Keturah Myles, Feature Editor April 21, 2017

Mask On With the masquerade fast approaching, students scramble to find the perfect dress, plan a flawless promposal and make May 27 a night to remember. “Ebony and Cotillion are great, but prom...

Health Office offers free STI testing for everyone

Health Office offers free STI testing for everyone

Rachel Krumholz , Feature Editor April 21, 2017

In light of the fact that April is “Get Yourself Tested” Month, the nurses at the Health Center are teaming up with ​the City of Evanston Health Department, Y.O.U., and Howard Brown Health to...

Students attend the SOAR conference

SOAR and MSAN support students of color

Rachel Krumholz, Feature Editor March 17, 2017

Though America has proven itself to be a country where racism is still extremely prevalent, Students Organized Against Racism (SOAR) is fighting back. “SOAR tries to provide a space for students to...

Mock Madness

Mock Madness

Mac Stone, Feature Editor March 17, 2017

While many of us are concerned about our March Madness bracket, students in mock trial had a different competition to worry about. The team already went to state last weekend and placed in the top eight...

Students take over the ChromeZone

Jonathan Neuberger, Feature Editor March 17, 2017

Pure genius. Student workers show off their tech-savvy skills while helping fix computers in the ChromeZone. The ChromeZone is the only place in the school where students can always find help for...

8 Questions with Sylvi Imrem

8 Questions with Sylvi Imrem

Adrian Wilburn , Feature Editor February 24, 2017

Most people view wrestling as a boys only sport, or at least, a boys dominated sport. However, freshman Sylvi Imrem, the only female member of the wrestling team, looks to change this stereotype. Sylvi...

Block marches in a Black Lives Matter protest.

Evanston alum runs for city council

Rachel Krumholtz, Feature Editor February 24, 2017

Block by block. Just seven ago he was roaming the halls of ETHS, but now alderman candidate Alex Block is on to the streets of Evanston, reaching out to each registered voter in the third ward. “...

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