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Finding my group beyond ETHS

Finding my group beyond ETHS

Sophie Gomez, Staff Writer May 14, 2020

One thing I learned from my time at ETHS is that you may not find your so-called “group” and that’s okay. When I first started high school,I was anxious about whether I’d like my teachers or if...

Communicate to counteract home tensions

Communicate to counteract home tensions

Linnea Mayo, Staff Writer May 5, 2020

As we deal with the uncertainties of COVID-19, conversations between my friends and family have been focused on dealing with our new home environments. Personally, around my house, everyone seems to be...

Illustration by Saskia Teterycz

Remote learning needs to be better suited for pandemic

Christopher Vye, Staff Writer May 1, 2020

Of all the adjustments the coronavirus outbreak has forced people to make, undoubtedly the biggest change for students has been the transition to remote e-learning. Along with this transition, ETHS administrators...

Illustration by Ellie Lind

We really are not all in this together

Maddie Coyle, Assistant Opinion Editor May 1, 2020

The COVID-19 virus has taken over our world. It has impacted people across the world and because of this,  many have seen this pandemic as a time where we can all come together. More people have been...

Don't compare your quarantine to the Holocaust

Don’t compare your quarantine to the Holocaust

Gwen Tucker, Staff Writer May 1, 2020

Another world crisis, another Holocaust analogy. As the coronavirus continues to keep us inside of our houses and away from people we love, many people are looking for a way to contextualize what is happening,...

Illustration by Saskia Teterycz

Coronavirus quarantine sparks mental health crisis

Gwen Tucker, Staff Writer April 7, 2020

In the last few weeks, the coronavirus pandemic has swept the nation. Restaurants and bars have closed, schools and colleges have shut down and moved to online learning, and the entire State of Illinois...

Sexual assault in America is not taken seriously

Sexual assault in America is not taken seriously

Saskia Teterycz, Assistant Opinion Editor April 3, 2020

Trigger warning: This article references cases of sexual assault and harassment.  In 2017, at the height of the #MeToo movement, it seemed as though the way sexual assault was handled in America might...

Protestas en Ecuador, 2019.

Latino America – Un Cronograma De Protestas

Angie Gomez, Escritor Personal April 3, 2020

Muchos de nosotros vivimos en un torrente constante de noticias. A principios de 2020, recibimos noticias importantes sobre Donald Trump e Irán, los incendios en Australia, el coronavirus y otras noticias...

We need more proactive action on infectious diseases

Maddie Coyle, Assistant Opinion Editor April 3, 2020

 Over the past few weeks, the pandemic spread of the COVID-19 virus has taken over, impeding on everyday life across the globe. The first COVID-19 virus outbreak was in Wuhan, China, according to Aljazeera,...

Student's view of Google Classroom.

Drawbacks of e-learning and what can be done to improve it

Linnea Mayo, Staff Writer April 3, 2020

With school being out due to the unprecedented outbreak of COVID-19, millions of students across the country have been participating in e-learning, or online classes, these past few weeks.   Without...

We must support artists who resist toxic masculinity

We must support artists who resist toxic masculinity

Antonia Languilla, Staff Writer April 3, 2020

Gender is a social construct. The idea of gender has been created and accepted as a society.  However, when dealing with the conversation about gender being a construct, another conversation often opens...

Cancelling Cancel Culture

Cancelling Cancel Culture

Noah Kayaian, Staff Writer March 27, 2020

In April 2019, beauty YouTuber James Charles was considered cancelled by millions after another YouTuber, Tati Westbrook, called Charles out for being a “sellout” and “finding him inconsiderate and...

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