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Consumptions of Blackness in Academic Spaces

Quinn Hughes, Staff Writer October 2, 2018

With an increasingly diversifying curriculum in school districts across the country, black and brown authors are appearing on more class reading lists than ever before -- James Baldwin, Ta-Nehisi Coates,...

Morton at Evanston City Council meeting in 2009.

Evanston commemorates the loss of visionary mayor Lorraine Morton

Sarah Frieman, Executive Editor September 28, 2018

Last Saturday, services were held for Evanston’s first black and first democratic mayor Lorraine Morton who died Sept. 8, exactly three months before her 100th birthday. Pioneer Press reported that nearly...

At what cost: what it takes to play club sports

At what cost: what it takes to play club sports

Sydney Ter Molen and Lauren Dain September 28, 2018

In the past decade, club sports have grown dramatically and have become a dominant part of families’ lives. A 2016 Utah State study showed that the youth sports industry is worth $15.3 billion. Now parents...

Wards of Evanston

Wards of Evanston

The city of Evanston is divided into nine wards, with an alderman elected into each. Aldermen and residents of a certain ward, in theory, work together to better their community with implementations of...

ETHS Students Without Borders (SWB) club with sponsors Michelle Vazquez (top right) and Amy Moore (fourth from the left) at end-of-year party 2018.

Students Without Borders pushes back on new immigration policies

Maddie Coyle & Maia Roothan, Staff Writers August 28, 2018

Over the past several months, new immigration policies have been implemented, leaving many ETHS families reeling from the impact. It is important not to ask legal status because it is an invasion of...

ETHS to host first ever Parent Summit this fall

Sarah Frieman, Executive Editor August 28, 2018

In efforts to further engage parents and caregivers in conversation about racism and equity, ETHS will host the first ever Parent Summit Oct. 13. “The vision of this day is to bring parents and guardians...

Save Harley Clarke

Save Harley Clarke

Editorial August 27, 2018

Last Tuesday, Aug. 21, the City of Evanston’s Electoral Board, comprised of the mayor, city clerk and senior alderman, dispelled challenges to the referendum to save the Harley Clarke mansion and grounds...

Photo courtesy of Marieclaire.

ETHS alum, Pulitzer winner reflects on career

Callie Grober, Opinion Editor May 24, 2018

Megan Twohey is known for her pulitzer prize winning work on the Harvey Weinstein scandal, but Twohey, now an investigative journalist with the New York Times, had humble beginnings right here in Evanston. While...

Road less traveled: DIII athletes find opportunities outside the spotlight

Billy Krupkin, Sports Editor May 24, 2018

While many covet the opportunity to become student-athletes at the Division I level, a more common route for those seeking to play collegiate athletics, Division III, is not often recognized as...

New equity initiative aims at cultural shift for black male students

New equity initiative aims at cultural shift for black male students

The administration implemented a new initiative, initially using the phrase “the year of the black male,” in order to shift environmental factors detrimental to black male achievement. Announcing...

The class of 2018 - beyond ETHS

The class of 2018 – beyond ETHS

May 24, 2018

Listen as your final day unfolds. Get ready to challenge what the future holds. Des’ree’s words, with wisdom so wise, have for once this year put tears in our eyes. For the final day’s come for the...

In many ways the Joes of ETHS are a microcosm of the wide-array of interests and passions among the student body. Pictured here is Joe Blanchard.

Not your average Joe

Onyx York, Opinion Columnist May 24, 2018

Vogueing on the dance floor, conducting the marching band, planting in local community gardens, racing on track and field, or making a goal on ice, one is sure to find one of the Joes. The Class of...

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