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Isaac Suarez Flint

Isaac Suarez Flint, In Depth & Digital Content editor

By Isaac Suarez Flint
Overflow rooms were needed for the number of community members who attended the May 22 City Council meeting in which the council voted on all ordinances and permits for the Margarita Inn, ultimately approving all of them by a vote of 6-2.

[Photo] Connections for the Homeless nurtures hope, prioritizes advocacy

January 26, 2024

Overflow rooms were needed for the number of community members who attended the May 22 City Council meeting in which the council voted on all ordinances and permits for the Margarita Inn, ultimately approving...

(Comp)eatin’ with Ethan – Milk Mile

Ethan Ravi, Sam Froum and Isaac Suarez Flint January 8, 2024

Make their pain worth it, watch the first episode of (Comp)eatin' with Ethan!

Eatin’ With Ethan Episode 3 – Soul & Smoke

Come along with our resident food critic Ethan Ravi to Soul & Smoke Evanston!

This months In-Depth explores the nuances surrounding safety in ETHS and the broader Evanston community.

Eyes on safety

Sophia Sherman and Isaac Suarez Flint October 20, 2023
Since 2020, there has been a significant push to reevaluate the role of policing and the methods of which people are kept safe both at the national and local level. Making their way through day-to-day life, ETHS students are forced to constantly be aware of the intersection between their identity and safety—at the school, in the community and during any interaction with authority figures.
Eatin With Ethan Episode 2 - Tomate

Eatin’ With Ethan Episode 2 – Tomate

Ethan Ravi, Isaac Suarez Flint and Sam Froum September 22, 2023

Downtown Evanston is home to many popular restaurants, of a variety of different cuisines. But just a few blocks away from the city center is the 900 block of Noyes Street, home to Tomate Fresh Kitchen....

Eatin’ With Ethan Episode 1 – Habibi In

Come along with our resident food critic Ethan Ravi to Habibi In Mediterranean Grill!

GANAS Algebra 2 is just one of the six racial affinity classes that ETHS offers for Black and Latinx students.

Seeking Affinity

2,580 miles away from her home in Medellin, Colombia, Maria Gomez stepped into ETHS for the first time in 2021, a junior in high school. As Gomez made her way through the unfamiliar, winding hallways of...

Overflow rooms were needed for the number of community members who attended the May 22 City Council meeting in which the council voted on all ordinances and permits for the Margarita Inn, ultimately approving all of them by a vote of 6-2.

City council approves all Margarita Inn ordinances and permits

Isaac Suarez Flint, Digital content editor & In-Depth editor May 23, 2023

After months of amendments, permit requests and careful deliberation, the Evanston City Council voted to approve all ordinances and permits for the Margarita Inn during its May 22 meeting.  Crowds...

On March 12, 2020, ETHS closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic: a shutdown that was originally supposed to be two weeks. Two weeks became two months, which became almost two years of quarantine.

Four years in replay: the moments that shaped the Class of 2023

As graduation caps fly into the air on May 21, four years accumulate into a single moment. 902 students gather on stage, diplomas in hand, ready to take the next step. Throughout its time at ETHS, the...

Worldwide Wildkits

Worldwide Wildkits

Isaac Suarez Flint, Staff Writer May 11, 2023

Margo Anderson, University of St. Andrews When applying to college in the fall, Margo Anderson had the opportunity to visit Scotland–a trip where she fell in love with the University of St. Andrews. “I...

Art by Ahania Soni

Opinion | Framing the gender conversation

Isaac Suarez Flint, Staff Writer April 20, 2023

Every Saturday, I pull out a shoebox from my bookshelf that has my HRT. I draw up my dose, swab my skin with rubbing alcohol, and give myself the weekly shot. This is not astronomical.  I walk downstairs,...

Camp Kuumba: the launching point to success

Camp Kuumba: the launching point to success

Isaac Suarez Flint, Staff Writer April 20, 2023

On Sunday, June 2, 2019, Ryan Allen Bost walked across the stage at the Welsh-Ryan Arena to receive his diploma from Evanston Township High School. A star of the ETHS basketball team, Bost tallied over...

Art by Isaac Suarez Flint

Shaped by the past, crafting a more just future in Evanston and beyond for Native Americans

Isaac Suarez Flint and Milo Slevin February 27, 2023
Like any American college town, Evanston is a reflection of the university it houses, with Northwestern significantly impacting economic, social and residential development within the community. While Northwestern and Evanston share similar values and priorities, they also share a history of Indigenous erasure, in part, because of both establishments’ direct connections to John Evans. 
The prioritization of politics in a pandemic-riddled world

The prioritization of politics in a pandemic-riddled world

Isaac Suarez Flint, Staff Writer November 14, 2022

In the early days of the pandemic, it became apparently clear to junior Giles Gilbert Bartell that the media was going to be difficult to trust. Hearing different things from various news outlets, social...

Protecting gender affirming care on the North Shore

Protecting gender affirming care on the North Shore

Isaac Suarez Flint, Staff Writer October 14, 2022

Since its opening in February 2013, the Lurie Children’s Hospital Gender Development Program has provided a safe haven for transgender youth on the North Shore. In a country that has become increasingly...

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