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8 questions for Chris Rohner

8 questions for Chris Rohner

Adrian Wilburn, Feature Editor September 16, 2016

Most students probably don't have a lot of experience playing the guitar, and might not see why some people take a huge interest in the instrument. Chris Rohner is a student who has years of experience...

New CSL protocol works to prevent hate speech in sports

Mac Stone, Feature Editor September 16, 2016

Don’t hate. A newly revised CSL hate speech protocol is here, and it’s working to prevent hate speech between teams during sporting events. “We can’t ever get complacent about how it’s...

Green Team to make big changes

Green Team to make big changes

Rachel Krumholz, Feature Editor September 16, 2016

In the midst of homework and tests, “going green” is the least of our worries, but rising environmental issues show how important it really is. “I think the environment is one of the most pressing...

Senior Marjie Erickson addresses the crowd

Students lead protest against dress code

Rachel Krumholz, Feature Editor September 8, 2016

Although some people see Evanston’s dress code as a policy that ensures an efficient learning environment, senior Marjie Erickson saw numerous flaws in this system. “We aren’t mad because we...

ETHS offers paid jobs for students

ETHS offers paid jobs for students

Adrian Wilburn, Feature Editor August 22, 2016

Many students think finding a job is a long and tedious process. However, thanks to places like the technology department and the daycare, finding a job can be as easy as taking a few steps through the...

Seniors swap college for military duty

Seniors swap college for military duty

Amissa Page, In-Depth Editor May 13, 2016

Answering the call. Nine members of the class of 2016 have answered the call and will join the United States military after graduation. “I value duty and honor and I have a deep respect for veterans,”...

John Ostrowski

Annie Doyle, In-Depth Editor May 13, 2016

For Special Needs Transition Coordinator John Ostrowski, working in the Special Education Dept. was much more than the average teaching job. “When you work in this department, it becomes an all encompassing...

Michael Wylie

Michael Wylie

Charlie Gruner, In-Depth Editor May 13, 2016

After 15 years of working as the Metal Sculpture and Auto Technology teacher at ETHS, car-fanatic Michael Wylie has decided to drive off into retirement. “The thing I will miss most about teaching...

Richard Weiland

Richard Weiland

Sam Calian, News Editor May 13, 2016

Over the past 16 years you might have seen Richard Weiland riding his bike to school in snow, rain, and sunshine, but next year that will change. After 42 years of teaching, the last 16 at ETHS, reading...

Richard Kaplan

Richard Kaplan

Harrison Witt, Feature Editor May 13, 2016

Good people skills. This is the mantra of beloved math teacher, Richard Kaplan, who is retiring after 30 years of teaching. He attended Cornell University for his undergraduate degree, but he got...

Lisa Edwards

Lisa Edwards

Samantha Idler, In-Depth Editor May 13, 2016

Grateful. That is the one word that comes to mind when Lisa Edwards reflects on her time here at ETHS. Edwards has been working at the school for 33 years as a special education’s teacher for freshmen....

Christopher Dammers

Christopher Dammers

Abrielle Claude, Feature Editor May 13, 2016

After teaching for two decades, Christopher Dammers will retire leaving a positive influence on the many students she has guided throughout their high school journeys. “I’ve had students that were...

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