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ETHS to host first ever Parent Summit this fall

Sarah Frieman, Executive Editor August 28, 2018

In efforts to further engage parents and caregivers in conversation about racism and equity, ETHS will host the first ever Parent Summit Oct. 13. “The vision of this day is to bring parents and guardians...

Construction modernizes ETHS

Sarah Frieman and Callie Grober August 28, 2018

The 94-year old building underwent construction this past summer to modernize for students; major changes include two science labs and a redesigned theory center, a new door three entryway and updates...

CTA, Pace change routes requiring students to adjust

Mac Stone, News Editor August 28, 2018

In order to provide more accessibility to all of Evanston, CTA and Pace will implement changes to a number of bus routes, including the discontinuance of the 205 service on Aug. 31, as well as adjustments...

An ETHS student advocates for school safety at the walkout in March 2018.

From 2014 to 2018

May 24, 2018

2014 August: Protests in Ferguson, Missouri erupt after the death of an unarmed black teenager, Michael Brown, by a white police officer. 2015 January: Syrian refugee crisis worsens as more countries,...

New equity initiative aims at cultural shift for black male students

New equity initiative aims at cultural shift for black male students

The administration implemented a new initiative, initially using the phrase “the year of the black male,” in order to shift environmental factors detrimental to black male achievement. Announcing...

The ETHS DECA team had a terrific showing at nationals in Atlanta, GA.

DECA students compete at international competition

Zachary Bahar, News Editor May 12, 2018

17 students competed in the International DECA Competition which took place on April 21 in Atlanta, a competition in which  9 of them managed to receive an 80% or more review on their papers. “Evanston...

Sophomore English and history curriculums shift focus to writing and student action

Callie Grober, Opinion Editor April 30, 2018

In an effort to emphasize the process of writing and student action, the sophomore history and English curriculum has been changed. The new sophomore history class, called Civics, teaches students about...

#WeAreTheSolution campaign raises awareness and promotes activism

#WeAreTheSolution campaign raises awareness and promotes activism

Sarah Frieman, News Editor April 30, 2018

     Throughout the month of April, the Sexual Assault Awareness Club facilitated a series of educational workshops and activities for students and staff as part of the #WeAreTheSolution campaign for...

National Day of Silence raises awareness of muted LGBTQIA+ voices

National Day of Silence raises awareness of muted LGBTQIA+ voices

Jonah Charlton and Mac Stone April 30, 2018

More than 300 students are participating in today’s ETHS Day of Silence in an effort to spread awareness about the silencing effects of harassment towards members of the LGBTQIA+ community. “The...

Sophomores Chris Dakich and Danielle Rivera examine the West capsule.

Blast from the past: Time capsules protect ETHS history

Jonah Charlton and Meredith Herrick April 30, 2018

During the construction of the wings of the schools (1966-1968), four time capsules were placed underneath cornerstones in each wing; it has been 50 years since they were all uncovered together. “I...

El futuro de DACA podría tener consecuencias para estudiantes

Jessica Rodríguez, Saúl Vega y Kerry Thomas, News Writers April 27, 2018

El acrónimo DACA significa “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals”. DACA es un programa que fue implementado bajo la presidencia de Obama y ofrece protección a los jóvenes inmigrantes que entraron...

A Chicago student rallies against gun violence on behalf of people of color at the April 20 march.

Chicago students protest gun violence

Rachel Krumholz, In-Depth Editor April 27, 2018

In efforts to protest gun violence that has predominantly plagued communities of color throughout history and commemorate victims of recent school shootings, hundreds of students participated in the Chicago...

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