The news site of Evanston Township High School's student newspaper

The Evanstonian

The news site of Evanston Township High School's student newspaper

The Evanstonian

The news site of Evanston Township High School's student newspaper

The Evanstonian

Push class selection back to more education forward

Matt Schroeder, Opinion Writer March 30, 2015

Push it back. Students need more time to pick their classes so they have a better idea of their level of interest and qualification for these courses. With the way selection is currently set up at...

Science teachers reach high levels of achievement

Isabella Senno, In-Depth Editor March 30, 2015

ETHS has good chemistry. It also has great biology courses, excellent physics classes, and many more interesting science courses. The exceptional science program is fueled in part by the array of talented...

Evanston goes green Students recognize Earth Day

Andrea Gouvea, Feature Writer March 30, 2015

Evanston students have been dedicating their time in honor of Earth Day, which is coming up on April 22. “For the past seven years, we’ve had a project where students clean up different neighborhood...

More than a sub Brownstein’s life outside of ETHS

Jane Mather-Glass, Feature Editor March 30, 2015

Chances are, if you’ve had a substitute teacher at some point during your ETHS career, you’ve walked into a classroom and met Bill Brownstein. The current sub taught for 36 ½ years before coming to...

Science connects ideas from core courses

Paige Haden, In-Depth Editor March 30, 2015

Science classes at ETHS are all-encompassing, involving ideas from math, reading, writing, and even computer science. “Our next move is collaboration with the other departments,” says Terri Sowa-Imbo,...

Students and teachers quibble over parking lots

Linnea Lipson and Peggy Giordano March 30, 2015

In previous years students have been ticketed if they park in a lot not assigned to them, but this year problems have arisen that caused the parking lots to be wildly overcrowded. Recently, students...

Dreams Delivered program set for April 20-22

Ivy Hettinger-Roberts, News Editor March 30, 2015

Prom dresses can cost several hundred dollars, but with the eighth annual Dreams Delivered program, you won’t have to spend nearly that much. The Dreams Delivered program, created by the Woman’s...

Poetry Week inspires students stanza by stanza

Eli Baum, News Editor March 30, 2015

You don’t have to be a poet to take part in Poetry Week. Poetry Week will occur next week, beginning with Poetry Performances from poets Adam Gottlieb and Parneshia Jones, the ETHS Slam Team, and...

Our PE classes need to be more active

Max Goldsmith and Grace Buszko-Clark March 30, 2015

Our current Physical Education (PE) program is just not working out. Students are receiving inadequate physical activity. However, teachers and administrators aren’t completely at fault. A recent...

Youth Job Fair gives opportunities for summer jobs

Camille Allen, News Editor March 30, 2015

If you’re looking for money, this year’s Mayor’s Summer Youth Employment Program (MSYEP) Job Fair on March 28 is the place to be. The fair runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is open to students ages...

Student council seeks out junior leadership

Samantha Idler, News Editor March 30, 2015

While seniors are packing up and getting ready to leave our Wildkit family, juniors are stepping up into leadership roles, especially when it comes to Student Council. “You’ve got to be passionate...

Holocaust survivors share their stories

Loie Gilbert, News Editor March 30, 2015

Four Holocaust survivors will visit ETHS during Holocaust Remembrance Week starting April 21 in order to educate the public about the Holocaust. “This was an epic tragedy that affected so many people...