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Income inequality effects achievement gap

Grace Fay, In-Depth Editor October 5, 2016

Income inequality its effect on achievement disparity with students around the country is an issue that many have debated about and tried to solve, but at ETHS there actually is progress. “I think...

Kit cash looks to develop into a more widely used system

Katy Donati, In-Depth Editor October 5, 2016

Cash out. Kit cash gives students an opportunity to earn fast cash while studying that can be used at the new Wildkit store in N310. The PBIS, or Positive Behavior Prevention and Support, committee...

Sophie Levine's necklace business

Student entrepreneurs profit from more than just money

Billy Krupkin, In-Depth Editor October 5, 2016

Business as usual. While many students worry about getting a job, they often look past the boss that knows them best: themselves. Entrepreneurial businesses provide students with tools and management...

ETHS explains budgeting policy

ETHS explains budgeting policy

Simone Williams, In-Depth Editor October 5, 2016

Money talks. ETHS passed an almost 84 million dollar budget for the school’s overall funds this year and now the budget plan is explained. “Our primary goal in budgeting is to make sure we...

ETHS embraces transgender students

Simone Williams, In-Depth Editor September 16, 2016

Many schools deliberately avoid addressing gender identity, but at ETHS the Gender Sexuality Club and various board meetings are now pushing these issues front and center. “The challenge is we automatically...

White students can take action as allies

Billy Krupkin, In-Depth Editor September 16, 2016

Activism regarding racism has taken Evanston by storm, but in order for the issues to be properly addressed white students must take accountability, and become better oriented with how they affect these...

Girls use social media to campaign body positivity and self-love

Girls use social media to campaign body positivity and self-love

Katy Donati, In-Depth Editor September 16, 2016

A new era.   Skip snapchat filters and editing apps, students choose to embrace their real selves as they begin to use social media as a platform for self-love and body positive expression. “For...

Dreamers fundraise for undocumented students

Jonathan Neuberger, In-Depth Editor September 16, 2016

Most people don’t have to think about their status as a United States citizen, but for the brave members of Dreamers Club this is their normal. Dreamers Club was started by seniors Jasmine Garcia...

Guys are feminists too

Grace Fay, In-Depth Editor September 14, 2016

Feminism for all. The feminist movement has been becoming more popular over the last decade, but the negative stereotype of who can be a feminist, and what a feminist is still is around, even at ETHS. “We...

Travel Club gives students an opportunity to explore the world

Simone Williams, In-Depth Editor August 22, 2016

Have you ever had the desire to visit the Taj Mahal in India, the Eiffel Tower in France, or even the Statue of Liberty right here in the U.S? Then join the Travel Club!         Sponsors Sunsahrae...

Evanston Scholars looks to open doors for students

Evanston Scholars looks to open doors for students

Billy Krupkin, In-Depth Editor August 22, 2016

Opportunity. This is the first word that comes to mind concerning the goal of the Evanston Scholars program. Evanston Scholars is a non-profit organization started by ETHS English teacher Steve Newman...

Athletic training program gives students behind-the-scenes look at sports

Athletic training program gives students behind-the-scenes look at sports

Katy Donati, In-Depth Editor August 22, 2016

You don’t need a vault like Simone Biles, or even Serena Williams serve to earn a Varsity Letter this year. The Athletic Training program allows students to join a team that learns skills to treat athletic...

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