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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

Concerts for students on a budget

Trinity Collins, Entertainment Editor February 7, 2017

Seeing mainstream artists live can be unbelievably expensive. However, there are alternatives that allow your money to stay in your pocket. Circuit des Yeux on Feb. 3 at Constellation            ...

The Obamas’ impact on public education

Rachel Krumholz, Feature Editor February 6, 2017

After two full terms, Barack Obama is officially out of office, but it’s important to recognize what both Barack and Michelle Obama did to change public education. “Public education is definitely...

Senior Olivea Frischer practices her artistic skills in preperation for her project on Senior James Ogunbola.

Senior Studies class offers alternative education through student run projects

Mac Stone, Feature Editor February 6, 2017

While many seniors continue with normal schedules in the second semester, Senior Studies students get a unique experience like no other. For the first semester, the class is all about a community-based...

Senior Emily Kelleher balances strength and focus in anticipation for the Trevians.

Vault into season

Joey Eovaldi, Sports Editor December 19, 2016

133. Girls Gymnastics strives to put up the highest point total in school history as they head into tomorrow’s meet at New Trier. “Once we really start to hit out routines on the varsity level,...

You can make Halloween fun again

Keturah Myles, Feature Writer October 27, 2016

Halloweekend starts tomorrow and while high schoolers are frowned upon for trick or treating, there are many other events around Evanston to keep you in the spooky spirit. Oct. 28 6:30 to 8 p.m.:...

Helping Hand

Helping Hand

Mac Stone, Feature Editor October 27, 2016

Let’s go thriftin’. On Nov. 3-4, the Community Service Club will start up its thrift shop in the Hub for the eighth straight year, raising donations to help students at the school. “The main...

Generation Z’s qualities separate us from the rest

Rachel Krumholz, Feature Editor October 27, 2016

Generation Z. The Post-Millennials, the Homeland Generation, the Centennials, the IGeneration- we’re the next generation to prosper. Although there is no definite birth year range to define Generation...

Senior percussionist Joe Bricker.

Percussionists ready to play at the next level

June 1, 2015

.permalinkphotobox {display:none;} Charlie Culbert  School: New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music Major: Drum Set Performance ETHS Highlights: Meeting, working with, and being inspired...

Columnist David Colton poses for a picture.

These are the songs that define our senior class

David Colton, Entertainment Editor June 1, 2015

Everybody soundtracks their own life. Whether you’re a three-sport athlete, a chem-phys kid or a theater kid, we can all agree that music has been a great force in our lives. And it has played a powerful...

Best of the Best: A look back at four years of memorable Wildkit sports

Best of the Best: A look back at four years of memorable Wildkit sports

Nathan Easington, Sports Editor May 29, 2015

Freshman Year Boys Basketball A varsity team that hadn’t had a set starting squad all year found five players that really jelled four games before the playoffs began. In head coach Michael Ellis’s...

’15 Kits ready to shine in college

Adele Gruner and Nathan Easington May 29, 2015

Jamie Donohue  University of Wisconsin-Madison Jamie Donohue’s career at ETHS was short, but she will bring her E-Town pride to Wisconsin when she plays Division 1 soccer. “I knew I wanted...

ETHS bids a fond farewell to…

May 29, 2015

Pam Baumgartner  By Maria Seibold and Chloe Roberts Art Teacher and Entertainment Editor Some people have their work husband or work wife, well Pam Baumgartner is my work Life! We became...