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Latino QUEST hosts their Annual Latino Heritage Festival tonight

Latino QUEST hosts their Annual Latino Heritage Festival tonight

Meredith Herrick, News Editor November 3, 2017

Tonight, the Latinx QUEST Club is hosting the Latino Heritage Festival to celebrate its culture within the community. “It’s really important to have as many identities represented, especially since...

Improvements in the ChromeZone increase technology accessibility

Amissa Page-Samuels, Online Executive Editor October 20, 2017

Since the ChromeZone was established in 2014 as part of Evanston’s 1:1 Digital Learning Initiative, it has grown to support over 4,000 student and staff devices. Here’s an update on what they’ve...

Dr. Vondracek teaches his Chem/Phys class.

Students devote 36 hours to solving an extremely complex math problem

Meredith Herrick, News Editor October 16, 2017

36 hours. It’s a race against the clock as you and a team of three others compete in the 36 hour math challenge that demands skill, precision, and creativity. The challenge is sponsored by...

Seniors Nialie Pompilus, Sofia Garcia, and Hana Hofeld speak to freshmen about SOAR.

SOAR students carry out new initiatives for equity

Sarah Frieman, News Editor October 16, 2017

To increase discussion and shift inequitable stereotypes at ETHS, SOAR students in collaboration with MSAN (Minority Student Achievement Network) worked to implement the MSAN Agency Mentorship...

Juniors Lia Kelly and Maddy Aaronson review brochures from Syracuse University.

College fair offers new options for students

Mac Stone, News Editor October 14, 2017

Hundreds of colleges and universities from around the country will gather at McCormick Place tomorrow for the Chicago National College Fair. Hosted by the NACAC (National Association for College...

Students participate in the first Top Box delivery

Branching Out

Trinity Collins, News Editor October 5, 2017

Top Box provides the Evanston community with fresh, boxed, produce that is locally sourced to raise funds for for clubs at ETHS beginning Oct. 4. “What you eat when you are younger influences what...

Survivors

Survivors

Trinity Collins, News Editor September 22, 2017

Although the majority of sexual assault survivors do not report their crimes, there are a variety of way to report a rape to the police if they choose to do so. “I chose not to report what happened...

First Chem/Phys Renunion aims to raise $400K for renovations

First Chem/Phys Renunion aims to raise $400K for renovations

Meredith Herrick, News Editor September 22, 2017

On Sep. 23, an anonymous donor will be matching funds raised at this years Chem/Phys Reunion, which will serve as a fundraiser to revamp the Theory Center. “What a lot of people nowadays don’t realize...

Bridging the digital divide

Zachary Bahar, News Writer September 22, 2017

The internet is a necessity in modern life, but many Evanstonians lack access to this crucial resource. Thus, the Evanston Public Library (EPL) has begun to lend out wifi to Evanston citizens. The program,...

Adjustments made to accommodate large freshmen class

Adjustments made to accommodate large freshmen class

Sarah Frieman, News Editor September 22, 2017

As the freshmen class reaches an estimate of just under 1,000 students, the largest it has been in decades, changes around school have started to be put into play; impacting lunchrooms, classes, staff...

Photo by Zinnia Schwartz

Dreams deferred

Mac Stone, News Editor September 22, 2017

            In an attempt to fix America’s longtime immigration issue, President Donald Trump and the Department of Homeland Security put an expiration date on DACA, one of America’s largest...

George Elias is an ETHS legend who will never be forgotten.

Former wrestling coach of 40 years passes away

Mac Stone, News Editor August 28, 2017

This past summer, legendary ETHS wrestling coach Elias George passed away at the age of 92.     George was the head coach of the wrestling team from 1958-2000, assistant coach from 2000-2003, and interim...

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