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Hazel Hayes

Hazel Hayes, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor

By Hazel Hayes
The music venue SPACE, although tied to different venues in Chicagoland, is a special place for Evanston residents.

Sounds from SPACE

Hazel Hayes, Assistant A&E Editor November 17, 2023

First-timers at Union Pizzeria, the lively bar and restaurant on Chicago Avenue, might be curious as they watch people walk straight past the bar and down a dimly lit hallway. For long-time attendees of...

It’s YAMO season in E-Town!

It’s YAMO season in E-Town!

Hazel Hayes, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor September 22, 2023

The 66th edition of ETHS’ beloved production YAMO is rapidly approaching the stage, with six weeks of full-on preparation underway in order to bring the show to life. YAMO is created by a board of...

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Chat CheatPT?

Hazel Hayes, Staff Writer April 20, 2023

In the present day, there is the constant stream of technological advancements being introduced to society. The Artificial Intelligence (AI) wave is one that many fear, but also one many surf along with....

Women’s History Month: female entrepreneurs break barriers

Hazel Hayes, Staff Writer March 15, 2023

With men systemically dominating many aspects of the workforce in the U.S.,  it is important to acknowledge the growth and representation of female business owners within our community. Since the month...

Ninth Ward

Hazel Hayes and Katherine Schober March 15, 2023

The Ninth Ward of Evanston is one of the southern most wards in the city. It neighbors the Second, Third, Fourth and Eighth Wards, and it contains Chute Middle School. “We’re neither the poorest...

Art by Siobhan Monahan

Mass killings in America reveal pattern

Sadie Dowhan, Marin Ubersox, Hazel Hayes and Lily Roback February 27, 2023
Violence on the basis of race has repeatedly happened throughout American history because racism is embedded into the fabric of the United States. From the first injustice against Native Americans to modern day, these factors of a massacre have sparked suffering throughout history that continue to affect Indigenous groups. Massacres are not defined by the murderous rampages of a single instance, but the massacre of culture and freedom that Native Americans had cultivated for centuries prior.
The challenge of scheduling lunch at the high school with the largest student body

The challenge of scheduling lunch at the high school with the largest student body

Clara Gustafson and Hazel Hayes January 27, 2023

With a student body of nearly 4,000 students, scheduling lunch in an effective way has been on the mind of ETHS administration since returning from virtual schooling. For students like senior Mason Denlow,...

Bikini body or body issues? Myth of the ‘summer body’ adds anxiety

Hazel Hayes and Elizabeth Wenning August 15, 2022

As the weather gets warmer, students shed their sweatshirts and long pants in order to switch to attire better suited for the hot summer climate. We awaken the tank tops and shorts that have been hibernating...

The Wills: a look into their futures

Hazel Hayes and Molly Riley May 12, 2022

With the many Will’s in our 2022 graduating class, there are many different paths ahead for the same-named students. The senior Will’s reminisce on their time at ETHS and share what is next in their...

PSAT testing reimplemented for underclassmen

Clara Gustafson and Hazel Hayes April 18, 2022

On Nov. 8, 2021, students and guardians received an email from ETHS explaining that the state of Illinois had mandated a return to both 9th and 10th graders taking the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test...

Opinion | Taking away tracking tests makes math classes in D65, at ETHS more equitable

Hazel Hayes, Staff Writer March 18, 2022

Every sixth grader entering District 65 schools takes a “tracking” test, to decide whether their mathematical abilities show that they would be able to thrive in an advanced course. This type of test...

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