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Enjoy your stay-cation

Enjoy your stay-cation

Isabella Senno, Online Executive Editor December 13, 2015

Don’t feel bad if you aren't going anywhere this winter break.  There are plenty of fun things to do around both Evanston and Chicago.  Here are our top picks. Ice Skating at the Maggie Daley Park...

Parking garage suicides becoming an issue in Evanston

Parking garage suicides becoming an issue in Evanston

Harrison Witt, Feature Editor November 20, 2015

One of the biggest issues in America is suicide, but parking garage suicides have become a big issue right in downtown Evanston. “People commit suicide, but it’s the public ones we see, take note...

Names are a gateway into culture

Names are a gateway into culture

Trinity Collins, Feature Editor November 20, 2015

Your name isn’t just a name. Names show insight into identity, ethnic significance and values by reflecting the culture. “I feel that you should value your name regardless of what...

YouTube can help self-confidence

Simone Williams, Feature Editor November 20, 2015

Many high school students may be lacking in self-confidence however, here at ETHS students in YouTube are helping that issue. “YouTube has been a building trend,” explains Content Marketing...

Planetarium expands experiences, increases opportunities for other classes

Planetarium expands experiences, increases opportunities for other classes

Abrielle Claude, Feature Editor November 20, 2015

ETHS goes beyond the classroom to provide innovative techniques to enhance classroom learning, and with the recent renovation of the school’s planetarium completed you could receive a new kind of learning...

We're working to close the racial gap

We’re working to close the racial gap

Trinity Collins , Feature Editor October 30, 2015

At a diverse school it’s easy to see the gap in racial success, but here at ETHS students and faculty have been working hard to achieve academic equality by forming clubs, earned honors and social awareness. “Race,...

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Y.O.U. provides opportunity for success

Abrielle Claude, Feature Writer October 30, 2015

Y.O.U. says stay in school. Youth Opportunity United (Y.O.U.) is a youth development agency that offers programs for high school students that help teach students and their families how to positively...

Social media gives musicians new outlet

Margo Levitan, Entertainment Editor October 30, 2015

Turn up your speakers. With programs like Soundcloud and Youtube, students with a passion for music can have the same quality as the biggest stars with a click of a button. Being a high school musician...

Club members discuss issues such as consent, body image and women in politics.

New club fights for Female Rights

Simone Williams, Feature Editor October 30, 2015

If you are a student passionate about supporting and uplifting females, consider joining Girl-Up Club, an organization that strives for gender equality. “The main purpose is to talk about things that...

ETHS is a safe haven for refugees.

Trinity Collins, Feature Writer October 5, 2015

Coming from around the world. ETHS provides a transitional program for refugees who come from around the world. ¨We have students from Haiti that survived the earthquake. We have students that have...

A student does repairs on a Chromebook.

Chromebooks are also for fixin’

Abrielle Claude, Feature Writer October 5, 2015

Sign up to work at the ChromeZone this year. “The ChromeZone improves soft skills, like communication and people skills, but also improves tech and repair skills,” explains David Chan, Director...

Black Female Summit inspires empowerment, respect

Harrison Witt, Feature Editor October 5, 2015

  Go get it! This was the slogan of the first ever Black Female Summit, which on Sept. 29 covered many topics ranging from self esteem to colorism. “We are encouraging the girls to figure...

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