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Football kicks off their season against Hubbard

Football kicks off their season against Hubbard

Jesse Heuer, Sports Editor August 23, 2016

Last season may have ended with a disappointing 62-10 defeat to South Elgin in the first round of the IHSA playoffs, but the Kits take the field with a fresh team looking to prove themselves. The season...

Michael Wylie

Michael Wylie

Charlie Gruner, In-Depth Editor May 13, 2016

After 15 years of working as the Metal Sculpture and Auto Technology teacher at ETHS, car-fanatic Michael Wylie has decided to drive off into retirement. “The thing I will miss most about teaching...

Members of CARE on Anxiety and Depression

Members of CARE April 22, 2016

Dear ETHS Community, We are writing today to inform you about anxiety and depression. Anxiety and depression is different for everyone. There is no set look or behavior for something like it. It’s...

Trash talk too often crosses the line

Matt Schroeder, Sports Columnist April 8, 2016

I love trash talk. It is an art form and an integral part of most sports. It’s a skill that separates the witty from the weak-minded and the composed from the cry babies--but there’s a line, and ETHS...

Gap Year Fair held Sat. at New Trier

Isabella Senno , Online Executive Editor January 28, 2016

This Sat., a Regional Gap Year Fair will be held between 12:00 and 3:00 at New Trier. It is completely free of charge and is completely open to anybody who wishes to attend.   It will be hosted...

Rape culture must be stopped

Rape culture must be stopped

Sofia Sant'Anna-Skites December 18, 2015

It’s more common than you think. Sexual assault includes anything that forces a person to become involved with unwanted sexual contact. One of the most difficult issues regarding rape is consent....

Gunning for a W

Gunning for a W

Ben Wilson, Sports Editor December 18, 2015

The boys swim team will host GBN, still seeking their first win of the season. “We haven’t had a lot of trouble against GBN in the past few years,” said senior freestyler Axel Lafont-Mueller. “They’re...

Gymnastics competes at NW, NT

Gymnastics competes at NW, NT

Nathan Easington, Sports Editor December 18, 2015

The Kits travel to Niles West tonight for the “A Star is Born Classic” and then to New Trier on Saturday Dec. 19 for the New Trier Invite. Led by senior Hillary Vickman on Vault, the team hopes to...

Pushed to the Limit

Pushed to the Limit

Paige Haden, Managing Editor December 18, 2015

Hello from the other side. In high school many pressures compete for a student’s attention and with so much changing in their everyday environment, the extra stress of a social conflict or other stressor...

All-girls club pushes past STEM stereotypes

All-girls club pushes past STEM stereotypes

Danielle Kosover, News Editor December 18, 2015

After hearing from female speakers about their experiences in STEM (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics) last week, club members were set to address their own teachers in an open panel about...

Hotline Bling

Hotline Bling

Chloe Roberts, Chloe Roberts November 20, 2015

Phones away! We’re tired of hearing it. Teachers, parents and the technology resistant see mobile devices as the bane of the millennial generation, when really, they are great assets to have. We,...