The Evanstonian

The Good, the Bad and What We Could Be

Dylan Kull, Guest Writer

May 23, 2019

NTK! We hate those wealthy, white, ignorant jerks! They are the bad guys, and in this rivalry that we have, that makes us the good guys, right? For as long as our schools have existed, that has been the rhetoric. When my paren...

Reevaluating Antisemitism

Abe Frolichstein-Appel, Guest Writer

May 23, 2019

Reevaluating Antisemitism For thousands of years, Jews have experienced persecution and oppression in a wide variety of forms. These range from direct assaults by imperial armies to apartheidal policies that prevented Jews from participating in business, taking advantage of pub...

Not Latino Enough

Karina Rodriguez, Guest Writer

May 23, 2019

“To identify oneself with the issues that Latinos confront in U.S. society today is also a conscious choice to acknowledge one’s history and sociocultural background, as well as the need to struggle for social justice.” ...

Rolling the dice: thoughts on the college admissions scandal

Zachary Bahar, Assistant News Editor

May 23, 2019

In the aftermath of a large scandal earlier this year, there has been much thought about the system of college admissions that has long been implemented by four-year schools across the United States. The scandal, which has been...

Munchin’ With Michael: the last supper

Michael Barthelemy, Food Critic

May 23, 2019

Everyone has their own unique personality. It’s what makes each person stand out from the crowd. Without these distinctive traits, the world would end up looking like Bikini Bottom in the Spongebob Movie when Plankton brain...

Cam-mentary

Cameron Mulvihill, Entertainment Writer

May 23, 2019

During my two years on staff, I’ve been asked to review many shows for the Art & Entertainment section. While some performances have been better than others, the majority of the time they are skillfully executed by ever...

Senior Showcase awards three senior scholarships

Sofie Kennedy and Sophie Yang

May 23, 2019

    The Senior Showcase is an opportunity for seniors to display their artwork and have a chance to win a variety of scholarships which are awarded to three seniors. This year the three graduating students are Dylan Anderson, Le...

A reclamation of my Jewish identity

Rachel Krumholz, Executive Editor

May 23, 2019

When I was four years old, I asked my Dad to buy me a Kippah. He did. No one told me that Kippahs were not made for four-year-old girls, rather were traditionally worn by Jewish men. But even if I had been informed of this, I ...

Chromezone launches program to connect students with Wi-Fi at home

Rebecca Lustig, Staff Writer

April 26, 2019

The Chromezone launched a mobile hotspot program at the end of the third quarter to connect students with free wifi at home. “We want to talk about how you close what’s called the homework gap. Everyone has access to a c...

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