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

28 days arent needed for Black History

28 days aren’t needed for Black History

Gabby Smith, Opinion Editor February 27, 2015

I don’t want a month. As a black student who has been in the public school system for my entire life, I want for my history here in America to be regarded with equal importance to the accomplishments...

Athletes debate whether spring sports start too early

Athletes debate whether spring sports start too early

Emma Dzwierzynski, Feature Editor February 27, 2015

It is still freezing outside, but spring sports are gearing up to start their season, even though they may have to do so inside, depending on the weather. “We know that it’s always going to be hit...

The School is Yours - Go Forth and Art Bomb

The School is Yours – Go Forth and Art Bomb

Rena Newman, Guest Opinion Writer February 27, 2015

Being an artist means pushing the boundaries. But during “Art Week”, the Art Department missed an important opportunity to support student expression. The week of February 9th - 13th was to be a...

Junior Sade Chuckas dribbles down the court.

Kits battle in thrilling postseason stretch

Adele Gruner, Sports Editor February 27, 2015

You should have been there. After the longest game in program history, the Kits defeated Glenbrook South 62-57 after four overtimes,earning their spot in the Sweet Sixteen. “I am seeing something...

Senior Alante Massie scores a layup against Waukegan

Boys basketball surges to front of CSL South

Nathan Easington, Sports Editor February 27, 2015

A hard fought battle. As time expired one week ago, the Kits held their breath as a last second shot from the Niles North point guard bounced off the rim and out of play.  The team won the CSL South...

Hockey faces New Trier in order to advance to next stage

Hockey faces New Trier in order to advance to next stage

Luis Sosa, Sports Editor February 27, 2015

Boys hockey has been having an amazing year, but New Trier could cut it short. “We just have to maintain focus at practice and especially in the game,” said junior Nick Lydon, “the objective is...

Wrestling falls at State

Wrestling falls at State

Gabe Aichholzer, Sports Editor February 27, 2015

Evanston’s three man state team fell in the first round this past weekend in Champaign, ending a grueling season that the Kits hoped would end in glory. Seniors James Marshall-Davis and Zach Warhus...

Students deserve free admission to sporting events

Students deserve free admission to sporting events

James Allen, Sports Columnist February 27, 2015

Evanston students should never have to pay to attend an ETHS sporting event. The high school charges $2 for students to attend basketball and football games, and all other sports are free. This incongruity...

Boys Swimming heads to New Trier for state finals

Boys Swimming heads to New Trier for state finals

Ben Wilson, Sports Editor February 27, 2015

After failing to beat number one ranked Glenbrook South all year, the Wildkits went into GBS territory and claimed gold in the sectional final last Saturday. “By the first break we had qualified all...

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Alternative school ready to expand

Ashley Whyte, News Reporter February 27, 2015

The alternative school at ETHS just started in January, but the progressive new provram is already planning to expand.The program, started this year, is growing rapidly. They will soon welcome a new...

Poetry thrives here at ETHS

Andrea Gouvea, Feature Writer February 27, 2015

As we all know, February is Black History Month, which, for some students, is a time to share their wonderful poetry with others. Recently, students have been writing poetry about “What Black history...

You can be a food critic too

Isabella Senno, In-depth Editor February 27, 2015

You don’t have to wait until after college to critique food. You can begin learning how to now by applying these tips from expert Chicago food critics.   Step one: Have writing skills “The...