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Enrollment surge changes demographic, academics

Enrollment surge changes demographic, academics

Sam Calian, News Editor November 20, 2015

Most of the world is concerned about overpopulation, but not at ETHS. The schools increasing enrollment does present challenges like larger class sizes and less resources, but it is presenting new...

Distinguished Alumni Awards welcome back successful graduates

Distinguished Alumni Awards welcome back successful graduates

Camille Allen, News Editor November 20, 2015

It’s not everyday that students have the opportunity to learn from an Evanston track coach, a self-made CEO, a Civil Right’s activist, a deputy CFO for NASA, and a Marine who served in Iraq. On December...

Presenters include people like Kevin Brilliant, business Manager of Strategy and Analytics for the Chicago Bulls.

DECA to learn business strategies with Chicago Bulls

Sam Calian, News Editor October 30, 2015

They’re back. The Bulls that is and, as part of DECA, 14 students will go to the game on Nov. 13 to learn about the business side of sports. “It allows students to see a side of sports that they...

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Illinois haunted houses ready to terrify

Danielle Kosover, News Editor October 30, 2015

Get your healthy dose of fear this year at four frightening haunted house attractions in the area: Scream Scene, 13th Floor, Statesville, and Fright Fest. “Fear can give the feeling of being on top...

ETHS average ACT raises to the highest in history

ETHS average ACT raises to the highest in history

Emma Dzwierzynski, News Editor October 5, 2015

The National average ACT score for the Class of 2015 has remained the same for the past year, but the ETHS score has increased by 0.9 and is the highest it’s ever been at 23.9. “There’s something...

Park at your own risk: Safety officers enforce strict parking lot rules

Park at your own risk: Safety officers enforce strict parking lot rules

Sam Calian, News Editor October 5, 2015

Be careful where you park. The safety staff have been cracking down on students without parking passes that are parking in the student lots. This year, parking passes sold out in record time, leading...

Saving the  environment  one diaper at a time

Saving the environment one diaper at a time

Danielle Kosover, News Editor October 5, 2015

Live on. Little Green Tree House, an environmentally conscious daycare, was recently approved by Evanston Aldermen to join the community. “I think there is a need for this type of facility,”...

Diversity: there’s more to it than you thought

Diversity: there’s more to it than you thought

Camille Allen, News Editor October 5, 2015

If you haven’t heard Calvin Terrell speak, you’re missing out. To motivate students and talk about the power of diversity, guest speaker Calvin Terrell will be visiting on Oct. 7, appearing before...

Speech and Debate Teams merge

Speech and Debate Teams merge

Camille Allen, News Editor September 16, 2015

Combining practices and tournaments, 50 students on the Speech and Debate Team will join-together this fall after a decision from Nick Gehl, Fine Arts Dept. Chair. “By offering one organization we...

ETHS continues the memory of Dajae Coleman

ETHS continues the memory of Dajae Coleman

Samantha Idler, News Editor September 16, 2015

The Dajae Coleman foundation will host its third annual DaeDaeWorld Weekend to commemorate the third anniversary of ETHS student, Dajae Coleman’s death. Dajae was a model student and a star athlete,...

Bacon Study Cafe offers students new opportunities to succeed

Bacon Study Cafe offers students new opportunities to succeed

Danielle Kosover, News Editor September 16, 2015

Swipe your card, take a bite, and pick up that calculator. The Bacon Study Café is open to all students seeking a quiet area to work and eat lunch. “It keeps growing,” said Assoc. Principal...

Planetarium renovations to improve class curriculum

Planetarium renovations to improve class curriculum

Emma Dzwierzynski, News Editor September 16, 2015

Students may have noticed that the planetarium in the courtyard has changed colors since last year, but that’s not the only change made to it. The planetarium was renovated over the summer inside and...

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