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Edible Acres at ETHS serves as an example of what can be done within communities to fight back against environmental racism.

Combating environmental racism in Evanston

Gabi Karlan, Staff Writer January 25, 2021

Every student has walked past Edible Acres at least once during their tenure at ETHS. Whether crossing the road from the bus stop at Dodge and Church or walking up to Lazier to watch a football game, they...

photo by Madison McGuire

Evanstonians react amidst COVID-19 third wave

Sari Oppenheimer, Elise Goulding, and Gabi Karlan December 14, 2020

America’s third nation-wide surge of COVID-19 cases, dubbed the “third wave,” started in mid-November and has led to the reimplementation of statewide Tier 3 mitigation strategies, such as limiting...

The fight for the seat: RBG’s passing and legacy

The fight for the seat: RBG’s passing and legacy

Gabi Karlan, Staff Writer October 20, 2020

Major turmoil and debate erupted in Washington after the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) on Sept. 18, 2020. Her death raised a barrage of questions: Which president will make...

Five questions with CGE’s Bea Echeverria

Gabi Karlan, Staff Writer October 20, 2020

Bea Echeverria works at the Evanston Public Library and volunteers at Citizens’ Greener Evanston (CGE), a non-profit organization focused on environmental and social justice issues. She is on the Environmental...

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