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Fourth Ward Councilmember Jonathan Nieuwsma was in favor of the relocation.

City Council approves 15-year lease for temporary Civic Center amidst renovation debate

Elise Goulding, Staff Writer January 28, 2024

The Jan. 22 City Council meeting was centered on the necessity for renovation or relocation of  the Lorraine H. Morton Civic Center, due to current issues surrounding the building’s HVAC, electrical...

Watson’s last-second steal seals win over St. Patrick

Owen Chiss, Fiona Vosper and Ryan Wambo January 28, 2024

Whether it was from exhaustion due to playing a full 32 minutes or late-game nerves, junior Theo Rocca’s two missed free throws with eight seconds left against St. Patrick was a shock to every fan at...

Seniors account for all but two points in Senior Night loss to Maine South

Fiona Vosper and Ryan Wambo January 27, 2024

The energy was high in Beardsley Gymnasium as signs were held in support of seniors Zuri Ransom, Kailey Starks and Arianna Milam-Pryor.  “There was a lot of momentum [because of senior night], so...

Watsons big night fuels boys basketball past Maine South on road

Watson’s big night fuels boys basketball past Maine South on road

Will Klearman and Cash Nelson January 27, 2024

As soon as senior Morgan Brown won the tip-off on Friday night, the Maine South crowd’s presence was heard. “Overrated” chants echoed inside the arena while senior Brandon Watson crossed half-court...

First Saturdays offer a glimpse into the minds of local creators

Anya Gill and Meera Field January 26, 2024

On the first Saturday of every month, local studios open their doors to aspiring artists as well as casual enjoyers of art. This is all thanks to Evanston Made, a not-for-profit arts organization headed...

Reimagined ‘Midsummer’ comes to ETHS

Rory Lehman, Staff Writer January 26, 2024

“A Midsummer Night's Dream,”  a comedy written by William Shakespeare, was first published in the 1600’s. Now over 400 years later, Timothy Herbert, a beloved director and theater teacher at ETHS,...

Parents with young children wait to buy tickets, with the multi-leveled tubular playground behind.

New Sky Zone location embraced with enthusiasm by all ages

Natalie Weinert, Staff Writer January 26, 2024

Sky Zone, an entertainment and trampoline park chain, has added another location to its near 300 others spanning the globe. Construction began last summer to transform the former movie theater space,...

Ramblers keep Kits offense at bay, keeping undefeated record with buzzer-beater shot

Eva Sondgeroth and Helena Van Engelen January 25, 2024

Despite falling to Nazareth Academy this past Saturday, senior Zuri Ransom’s return coming into Tuesday evening’s matchup in Beardsley Gym with undefeated Loyola had all eyes set on a strong performance...

On the third floor of the North Wing, a multi-purpose life science room hosts ETHS tortoises.

Zoology among new courses to be offered next academic year

Quynh Lenz, Staff Writer January 25, 2024

The start of the new year always marks the beginning of the course request progress for ETHS students. After consulting with parents and school counselors, students put in their ideal class choices for...

The ETHS kitchens make food for high school students as well as schools in the surrounding area.

Nutrition Services receives $35,000 Hobart food equipment grant

Ethan Ravi, News Editor January 25, 2024

In a December news release, Hobart Food Equipment Group, an Ohio-based food equipment manufacturer and service provider, announced that Evanston Township High School was the recipient of the company’s...

Late comeback not enough as Kits fall to Loyola

Liam Hinkle and Cash Nelson January 24, 2024

With 16 seconds remaining in Tuesday night’s matchup against Loyola, senior Brandon Watson beat Loyola’s Jimmy Tarjan to the basket for a game-tying layup that sent the Beardsley Gym crowd wild. The...

Pavelec, Kit bowlers roll past Trevians in Monday evening matchup

Pavelec, Kit bowlers roll past Trevians in Monday evening matchup

Owen Chiss and Jilian Denlow January 22, 2024

Evanston head coach Ray Austin is always hungry for more. But when his team beat New Trier by 504 pins on Monday evening, he couldn’t help but crack a smile. “No coach is always happy. We missed...

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