In this episode of Kit Chat, hosts Zachary Bahar and Nora Miller (Executive Editors of The Evanstonian) are joined by Evanstonian In-Depth editors Lauren Dain and Jessica Seghal to discuss “Tradeoffs and Triages: Students navigate mental health in e-learning,” from conception to publication. Later, Zach and Nora are joined by Vice Student Representative Maya Moskal to talk about the work done by Student Union and their experiences this past semester.
Go to The Evanstonian website, where you can check out “Tradeoffs and Triages” and the rest of our Dec. 14 issue.
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Tradeoffs and Triages: Students navigate mental health in e-learning (The Evanstonian)
Letter from the Editors: ETHS is neglecting student experiences (The Evanstonian)
A day in the life of a student, teacher during e-learning (The Evanstonian)
There will be feasting and dancing in Jerusalem next year (The Evanstonian)
Making it through 2020 (The Evanstonian)
Winter break activity ideas (The Evanstonian)
2020–2021 Student Union Homework and Stress Survey Results
Fall E-Learning Survey Results
SEL Toolkit for Teachers: Embedding SEL in Classrooms & Content Lessons
Nienna Núri Qalmë-Tári (Zachary’s favorite of the Valar)
Produced by John Phillips. Edited by Nora Miller.
Intro music courtesy ETHS Marching Band; outro music by Dr. Kamasi Hill and CJ Singletary.