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Members of the South Asian Middle Eastern Alliance club learn about each others backgrounds and experiences.

S.A.M.E. lets students share their culture and experiences

Abrielle Claude , Feature Editor February 5, 2016

A safe space. South Asian Middle Eastern Alliance club (S.A.M.E.) gives students of this ethnic group, the opportunity to celebrate their history and culture, address current issues, and find a voice...

Students choose local businesses over corporation owned

Trinity Collins, Feature Editor February 5, 2016

Chain stores are great for a quick bite to eat, however small businesses help and reflect the community which is why students shop at them. “Local businesses truly are the lifeblood of the city because...

Anxiety strikes ETHS students

Anxiety strikes ETHS students

Miyoki Walker, Guest Writer January 8, 2016

Don’t let anxiety dictate your life. The constant pressure of school can certainly cause uneasiness in any student, but there is always someone or somewhere to go to for help. “When you’re anxious,...

8 questions for Sophie Thatcher

8 questions for Sophie Thatcher

Lucy Mulvihill, Guest Writer January 8, 2016

Sophie Thatcher has made a splash in the Chicago and national theater community. By freshmen year she has already made an appearance in over eight Chicago musicals and plays. Despite her age, she has managed...

Students do care about politics

Max Newman, Guest Writer January 8, 2016

Caring with passion. It might be a surprise that a large majority of students at ETHS genuinely care and share opinions about politics on a daily basis. “Students are very passionate about politics....

Freshman debaters make a mark

Freshman debaters make a mark

Izzy Lobin, Guest Writer January 7, 2016

Excellent argument. Two freshman policy debaters are crushing the competition, having won two Chicago Debate League (CDL) tournaments in a row. “They’ve been incredible,” explains four year Policy...

Anxiety effects ETHS students

January 6, 2016

Don’t let anxiety dictate your life. The constant pressure of school can certainly cause uneasiness in any student, but there is always someone or somewhere to go to for help. “When you’re...

Salad vending machine promotes health

Salad vending machine promotes health

Anna Henthorn, Guest Writer January 6, 2016

Choose the healthier option. With the new salad vending machine in Bacon Café, students can get a nutritious meal while getting their homework done. “That’s our hope, to drive people to the...

MVP Nojel Eastern returns  after suffering major ankle injury

MVP Nojel Eastern returns after suffering major ankle injury

Katy Donati, Sports Reporter December 18, 2015

Despite junior captain Nojel Eastern’s basketball career getting derailed last year due to a severe ankle injury, he’s back on the court and ready to prove that he is still number one in the North...

Students gather to protest recent racial injustices

Students gather to protest recent racial injustices

Harrison Witt, Feature Editor December 18, 2015

“16 shots.” This was one of the many chants shouted at the protest for racial equality in Chicago on Nov. 27, which many ETHS students attended. “It was a pretty...

School initiative creates diversity

School initiative creates diversity

Abrielle Claude, Feature Editor December 18, 2015

There has been a lot of emphasis on closing the racial academic achievement gap, but now ETHS is trying to unite the student body together in social situations outside of the classroom. “It’s always...

8 Questions for the

8 Questions for the “Ticket Man”

Simone Williams, Feature Editor December 18, 2015

Most commonly known for being the “Ticket Man,” safety officer Mark Smith is in charge of making sure the school is safe on the outside. Since 2007, he has seen jumped cars, issued parking tickets...

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