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Sexual harassment survivors recount their experiences within ETHS

Trinity Collins & Ella Kanter, Features Editor & Public Relations Editor August 29, 2018

In the wake of the #MeToo Movement, ETHS student groups such as the Sexual Assault Awareness club take actions to fight sexual harassment and assault; however, students report that many acts of sexual...

ETHS Students Without Borders (SWB) club with sponsors Michelle Vazquez (top right) and Amy Moore (fourth from the left) at end-of-year party 2018.

Students Without Borders pushes back on new immigration policies

Maddie Coyle & Maia Roothan, Staff Writers August 28, 2018

Over the past several months, new immigration policies have been implemented, leaving many ETHS families reeling from the impact. It is important not to ask legal status because it is an invasion of...

Photo courtesy of Marieclaire.

ETHS alum, Pulitzer winner reflects on career

Callie Grober, Opinion Editor May 24, 2018

Megan Twohey is known for her pulitzer prize winning work on the Harvey Weinstein scandal, but Twohey, now an investigative journalist with the New York Times, had humble beginnings right here in Evanston. While...

Self-help guide to navigating senioritis

Julia Wallace, Guest Contributor May 24, 2018

Some say they’ve had it since freshman year, others claim it didn’t hit until recently. Regardless, the epidemic known as Senioritis has been ever present within the halls of the ETHS community....

In Memoriam

Matt Barbato, Managing Editor May 24, 2018

Murney Lazier Beloved former ETHS coach Murney Lazier died peacefully on May 11. Lazier coached football, basketball and wrestling in his time at ETHS, but his greatest coach- ing accomplishments came...

Harry Porter and Joe Epler, good friends at ETHS, will be rooming next year at University of Wisconsin.

High school friends turn college roommates

Ella Kanter and Sofie Kennedy May 24, 2018

Harry Porter and Joe Epler have been friends since kindergarten. Next fall, they will continue the friendship streak by rooming together at the University of Wisconsin. They are looking forward to...

In many ways the Joes of ETHS are a microcosm of the wide-array of interests and passions among the student body. Pictured here is Joe Blanchard.

Not your average Joe

Onyx York, Opinion Columnist May 24, 2018

Vogueing on the dance floor, conducting the marching band, planting in local community gardens, racing on track and field, or making a goal on ice, one is sure to find one of the Joes. The Class of...

Kevin McCaffrey is one of several ETHS teachers retiring this year.

To the next journey…

Ben Baker-Katz and Margo Levitan May 24, 2018

Kevin McCaffrey If you’ve walked down the west hallway of the second floor any time over the last two decades, you’ve seen him: a balding, hawaiian-shirt-wearing man standing out- side his classroom....

Kamasi Hills film Born in the Struggle set to release this fall

Kamasi Hill’s film Born in the Struggle set to release this fall

Katy Donati, Executive Editor May 4, 2018

After three years of locating sources from around the country, conducting extensive interviews, shooting film and editing his work with self-reflection, ETHS history and English teacher Kamasi Hill will...

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