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Ellie Richards sews clothing for her new line.

Senior Studies projects have students pursuing their dreams

Harrison Witt, Feature Editor April 25, 2016

From documentaries to democratic campaigners, Senior Studies allows students to pursue any of their independent interests. “I started planning my project before I got into high school because I felt...

8 Questions for Justin Tobin

8 Questions for Justin Tobin

Trinity Collins, Feature Editor April 25, 2016

Poetry Week has ended, but not for one student, who plans on continuing it throughout his lifetime. Justin is staying true to his belief that kids, “should never stop writing” through his career in...

Students learn to embrace uncomfortable situations on National Awkward Moments day

Simone Williams, Feature Editor March 18, 2016

In an embarrassing situation we usually try to ignore it for as long as possible, but today students are learning to embrace those situations. “Sometimes the intended message and the impact...

Dr. Thawani

Teachers keep their passion alive through hobbies

Trinity Collins , Feature Editor March 18, 2016

Bollywood Dancers, Farmers, Producers, and Actors. These are just some of the many talents, that teachers and staff possess and pursue during after school hours. Elizabeth Hartley is both an interior...

Beacon Academy brings a new learning environment to Evanston

Beacon Academy brings a new learning environment to Evanston

Harrison Witt , Feature Editor March 18, 2016

Old school meets new school. Two schools share one city, but have many differences from each other. “What we are doing is reimagining what a high school can be,” says Beacon Academy Head of School...

Special Education students receive scholarships and money

Abrielle Claude , Feature Editor March 18, 2016

$20,000. This is the total amount of scholarship money that Lauran Bromley, whose father founded the gaming company SEGA, is donating this year to outstanding students in the Special Education Dept....

Parents sway your political opinions

Parents sway your political opinions

Harrison Witt, Feature Editor February 26, 2016

A chip off the old block. Many of you have the same political views as your parents despite doing research. “My parents and I have similar views, but they let me create my own political beliefs. ...

We love our pets!

We love our pets! <3

Gabby Smith, Opinion Columnist February 26, 2016

Speech and Debate Team participates in Harvard Tournament

Speech and Debate Team participates in Harvard Tournament

Trinity Collins, Feature Editor February 26, 2016

Speech and Debate Team has been put over to the test in grueling practices, but their hard work paid off during the Harvard Tournament that took place President’s Day Weekend. 37 students accompanied...

Danielle Eccleston

8 Questions for Danielle Eccleston

Simone Williams, Feature Editor February 26, 2016

It can be a bit discouraging to see how flawless models look in magazines, but student-model Danielle Eccleston is showing teens that this career is completely possible. She is four inches shorter than...

Jacaree Masupha, senior; Anthony Calhon, senior; Jayson Sawyer, junior;
Ross Bostick, senior; Zion Waite, junior; Adama Diakhate, junior.

Embracing their roots: It’s a natural black hair movement

Abrielle Claude, Feature Editor February 26, 2016

The natural look. At ETHS, black males are embracing their natural hair by wearing hairstyles that show their natural curls, as well as experimenting with color. From twists to curly ‘fros to box fades,...

Poetry’s, rap’s influence sparks creativity

Harrison Witt , Feature Editor February 5, 2016

Rapping and poetry is a hobby to many, but some students are taking this art to the next level. “You want to give the audience something to relate to because then they all can connect,” says junior...

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