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Students, staff honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Ali Cutter and Lila Portis October 20, 2020

On Sept. 18, the whole country learned of the passing of 87-year-old Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) from complications due to pancreatic cancer. Millions were left overwhelmed...

Art by Valerie Larsen

Peas in a pod: e-learning pods alieve isolation

Ahania Soni, Staff Writer October 20, 2020

For students at ETHS, and across the country, staying motivated and engaged during e-learning has been a challenge. The solitude of quarantine and the overwhelmingness of the pandemic have left...

Behind the screens of e-learning: safety, mental health supports

Eden Drajpuch, Ingrid Halverson, and Lila Portis October 20, 2020

Now that e-learning at ETHS is well underway, The Evanstonian wanted to extend gratitude to some of the incredibly talented and hardworking staff members that students and staff don’t often see. Each...

Five questions with CGE’s Bea Echeverria

Gabi Karlan, Staff Writer October 20, 2020

Bea Echeverria works at the Evanston Public Library and volunteers at Citizens’ Greener Evanston (CGE), a non-profit organization focused on environmental and social justice issues. She is on the Environmental...

ETHS Environmental Clubs During COVID

Aryeh Lesch, Ahania Soni, and Sofia Wagner October 20, 2020

Environmental activism has become increasingly important as the effects of climate change continue to be felt worldwide. For years, ETHS students have been working to create meaningful change in the Evanston...

Director of Nutrition Services discusses meal distribution during pandemic

Director of Nutrition Services discusses meal distribution during pandemic

Ahansi Soni September 27, 2020

The lockdown posed a unique question for ETHS’ nutritional staff: how could they feed the thousands of students who get their lunches from school when no one was allowed into the building?  "We were...

COVID-19 poses unique adversities for the class of 2024

COVID-19 poses unique adversities for the class of 2024

Cheyenne Edwards, Staff Writer September 24, 2020

Entering high school as a freshman, you are introduced to a wave of firsts. First football game, first homecoming dance, first pep rally. You are introduced to a new school and the mishaps of getting lost...

Behind the screens of e-learning

Eden Drajpuch and Eli Marshall September 24, 2020

Now that e-learning at ETHS is well underway, The Evanstonian wanted to extend gratitude to some of the incredibly talented and hardworking staff members that students and staff don’t often see. Each...

ETHS students, alums pursue their passions with businesses

Alice Cutter and Lila Portis September 24, 2020

While a pandemic has been raging throughout our nation, ETHS students and alumni have put their energy into developing strong entrepreneurship skills.  So far, 2020 has seen hundreds of protests and...

ETHS prioritizes remote mental health supports

Ingrid Halverson, Staff Writer August 17, 2020

Starting off the 2020-2021 school year, not only will ETHS courses be online, but resources such as social workers and mental health facilities will also be turned to an online outreach program.  Throughout...

Behind the political curtain: BLM, COVID-19

Eden Drajpuch and Ahania Soni August 17, 2020

As the Black Lives Matter movement has gained traction nationally, Evanston residents and ETHS students have continued to engage in conversations surrounding race and what it means to be an anti-racist...

ETHS students, teachers adapt to AP and standardized testing changes

ETHS students, teachers adapt to AP and standardized testing changes

Eli Marshall and Noah Kayaian May 18, 2020

Although spring in the academic calendar is typically the season of standardized testing, in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the AP and SAT tests are not among the personal priorities of some...

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