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Reviving Radio

Reviving Radio

Mac Stone, Feature Editor February 24, 2017

Live in 3, 2, 1… The ETHS radio station once existed long ago, but now many want to bring it back by hosting a variety of student run shows and broadcasts. The idea came alive through shows about...

Juniors Nadav Schoenberg, Will Lucas and Elan Shohet “shmoop” their assigned books.

Students rediscover reading

Jonathan Neuberger, Feature Writer February 24, 2017

Many assume that students are reading less, but the truth is that they are reading differently. With increased access to social media and other online sources, students are actually reading more than previous...

Students compete at Poetry Out Loud event

Students compete at Poetry Out Loud event

February 15, 2017

Last Friday, Feb.10, students participated in a Poetry Out Loud! competition in East Library. Senior Claire Turvill was crowned  winner, with Seniors Lauren Davis and Sky Ford as runner ups. Following...

The power couples of ETHS

February 14, 2017

Happy Valentines Day, E-Town. To celebrate, here of some of our schools best couples telling you how they make it work.

The Obamas’ impact on public education

Rachel Krumholz, Feature Editor February 6, 2017

After two full terms, Barack Obama is officially out of office, but it’s important to recognize what both Barack and Michelle Obama did to change public education. “Public education is definitely...

Senior Olivea Frischer practices her artistic skills in preperation for her project on Senior James Ogunbola.

Senior Studies class offers alternative education through student run projects

Mac Stone, Feature Editor February 6, 2017

While many seniors continue with normal schedules in the second semester, Senior Studies students get a unique experience like no other. For the first semester, the class is all about a community-based...

Shelters and kitchens around Evanston bring holiday spirit to all

Mac Stone, Feature Editor December 16, 2016

Whatever holiday you celebrate, shelters and kitchens around Evanston are making sure that the happiness is spread to everyone. Whether it’s through soup kitchens and food drives, or through simple...

Sexual harassment still occurs despite numerous efforts to stop it

Rachel Krumholz, Feature Editor December 16, 2016

Despite various measures taken by both students and administrators, sexual harassment still occurs frequently within our very hallways. Most of the time, it’s not that obvious. According to senior...

Green Initiatives

Jonathan Neuberger, Feature Writer December 16, 2016

Not all schools make environmental sustainability a priority, but it is at the forefront of our school's agenda. “In my 10 years here I’ve never seen us take a step backwards in our green initiatives,”...

ETHS attempts to further the sexual harassment conversation

Rachel Krumholz, Feature Editor November 22, 2016

Sexual harassment. Though various measures have been taken by both students and administrators, this issue still occurs frequently within our very hallways. Most of the time, it’s not that obvious....

Students question the true effectiveness of homework

Students question the true effectiveness of homework

Mac Stone, Feature Editor November 22, 2016

Homework. Students have been doing homework since the time they were in elementary school, and some now question its effectiveness. The questioning stems from what many students say is their teachers...

Flight Club teaches students the basics in flight

Flight Club teaches students the basics in flight

Jonathan Neuberger, Feature Editor November 22, 2016

It’s not rocket-science! This year Flight Club is constructing a drone that will be able to both fly and record video from the sky. The Flight Club was founded at the beginning of the 2015-16 school...

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