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Jan Schakowsky speaks in the Hub on Friday, April 6.

Congresswoman Schakowsky visits ETHS to discuss gun reform

Cam Mulvihill and Mac Stone April 10, 2018

After receiving hundreds of phone calls from students during the March 14 walkout, Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky visited ETHS last Friday to speak on gun control and the importance of high school students...

Rhyme and reason

Rhyme and reason

Hailey Fine and Meredith Herrick April 9, 2018

On Apr. 2-6, the 17th annual poetry week will be featuring workshops and performances by poets from the Chicagoland area. “I love the way Poetry Week culminates and gives students such a great space...

A student practices math problems.

Math team sends students to state following great season

Zachary Bahar, News Editor March 23, 2018

Persistence.     After a year of competition, the Evanston Math Team has made it to the State Contest in Peoria on May 5th.     “The hard work over the year is paying off, and it was a really great...

Finalists from 36 hour math challenge compete to be US representatives

Meredith Herrick, News Writer March 23, 2018

Five teams from ETHS have been invited by the Consortium for Mathematics and its Applications to compete nationally following their success in the 36 hour math challenge this fall. If the teams place...

Election 2018

March 23, 2018

Career Options Night, WorKIT Week offer alternative pathways

Career Options Night, WorKIT Week offer alternative pathways

Mac Stone, News Editor February 22, 2018

In order to provide alternative post-high school opportunities, ETHS and the City of Evanston will host the inaugural Career Options Night (CON) in N112 next Thursday, as well as WorKIT Week throughout...

Sophomores to take PSAT 10 next week

Matt Barbato and Margo Levitan February 22, 2018

Starting last school year, the Illinois State Board of Education required that all students take the SAT plus the writing component in 11th grade. This requirement marked a shift from the ACT to the SAT...

Speaker Devea Williams, and dancers Jacline Baptiste and Dominick McIntosh at 2018 Black Summit.

Get Woke, Stay Woke

Meredith Herrick, News Editor February 22, 2018

A powerful speaker has just walked offstage, and the student audience is cheering. At that moment, many ETHS students feel like someone understands them. From February to April, ETHS hosts a Social  Consciousness...

ETHS to offer Seal of Biliteracy to class of 2018

Sarah Frieman, News Editor February 22, 2018

ETHS offered seniors testing to qualify for the Seal of Biliteracy for the first time this month, giving students the opportunity to earn an official seal on their transcripts and diplomas as well as recognition...

News Briefs 2/22

February 22, 2018

2018 Scholastics Arts & Writing Awards recognizes ETHS students ETHS students were recognized for over 50 entries across more than 10 arts and writing categories in the nation’s longest-running...

Hebrew teacher Anna Raiber addresses the class.

Students keep language alive following Hebrew class cancellation

Zachary Bahar, News Writer February 22, 2018

End of an Era. When a class community is no longer available to students, they respond. This is what is happening following the decision made earlier this month to cancel the Hebrew Program. “It...

Photo courtesy of JUUL.

NYU study on JUULing causes students to question their habit

Trinity Collins, News Editor February 22, 2018

A recent NYU study and various viral text messages allegedly connecting the E-cigarette, JUUL, to cancer, resulted in students nationwide frantically selling or disposing of their JUULs. “E-cigarette...

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