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

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Deriving AP Precalculus: the decision to turn Precalculus into an AP course

Hope Vezner, Staff Writer October 20, 2023

In April, the school announced that all Pathway to Honors Precalculus classes would be made into an AP class. Many people were confused and had many different feelings and questions about how it would...

Mr. Van Krey (right) standing with Liam O’Carroll (left) at award luncheon during the Northwestern Commencement weekend.

Michael Van Krey: the epitome of teaching excellence

Audrey Bodine, Staff Writer September 22, 2023

ETHS teacher Michael Van Krey was recently honored with Northwestern’s Morton Schapiro Distinguished Secondary School Teacher Award. Born and raised in a small town in Wisconsin, Van Krey never thought...

Two of the most notable organizations in Evanston are the YMCA and the YWCA.

Two ‘Y’s, one mission

Izabella Paracuelles, Assistant Feature Editor September 22, 2023

Evanston is home to a number of organizations that contribute many services to its citizens, and two of the most notable have almost the same name–the YMCA and the YWCA. Between these establishments,...

Wilmette and Evanston residents buy corn from the Evanston Farmers Market.

Harvesting community, culture

Lydian Green, Staff Writer September 22, 2023

As bees greeted budding flowers this past spring, the Evanston community was abuzz as the farmers market opened for the 2023 season. The Evanston Farmers’ Market was founded in 1975 by Harriet Friedlander,...

A time to reflect, a time to celebrate

A time to reflect, a time to celebrate

Izabella Paracuelles, Assistant Feature Editor August 15, 2023

An elderly woman rides her scooter down the street, decorated with American flags and plastic flowers, as the crowd seated along the sidewalk of Central Street cheers her on. Members of the ETHS marching...

Students often struggle to decide on a post-high school path.

Beyond the bell

Milo Slevin, Feature Editor August 15, 2023

When an ETHS student visits the SchooLinks website, they see a white and green logo. Two u-shapes are linked together, forming an “S.” These links seem to represent a student’s connection with...

Anna bo banna banana fanna fo fanna: The Annas of ETHS

Milo Slevin, Staff Writer May 11, 2023

As the Class of 2023 says its goodbyes to ETHS, several Annas prepare to enter a new phase of their lives. While these people all share the same name, they each have unique interests and pursuits that...

In the mix: Seniors’ answers to common questions about ETHS

May 11, 2023

Rachel Banuzi Favorite class: English Dream job: International food reviewer Advice: Make connections with your teachers Casey Bond Favorite class: Theatre Dream job: Actor Advice: Junior...

Worldwide Wildkits

Worldwide Wildkits

Isaac Suarez Flint, Staff Writer May 11, 2023

Margo Anderson, University of St. Andrews When applying to college in the fall, Margo Anderson had the opportunity to visit Scotland–a trip where she fell in love with the University of St. Andrews. “I...

Old friends, new beginnings: ETHS students journeys from friends to roommates

Old friends, new beginnings: ETHS students’ journeys from friends to roommates

Audrey Bodine and Naomi Alemayehu May 11, 2023

Going to college is an exciting time, but it can also be daunting, especially if you’re entering an environment with new faces. That’s why many high school friends make plans to be roommates in college....

LGBTQ+ Wildkits seek school support amidst national attacks

Charlotte Geyskens, Staff Writer April 20, 2023

So far, 2023 has not been an easy year for the LGBTQ+ community. According to the ACLU, as of April 7, 452 anti-LGBTQ+ bills have been introduced in a majority of states, most of which target transgender...

Changes in Evanston Plaza hours disrupt after-school routines

Changes in Evanston Plaza hours disrupt after-school routines

Lydah Coates and Calliope Green April 20, 2023

The bell rings at 3:35 on an icy January afternoon. Students groggily filter out of their last period class and out the main doors. Those who have warm ways of getting home quickly vanish, while the walkers...

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