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

Community reels following Highland Park shooting

Clara Gustafson, News Editor August 15, 2022

With COVID-19 putting a pause on many social gatherings over the past two years, this summer's annual Fourth of July parade down Central Street was highly anticipated by many Evanstonians.  However,...

From Argentina to Evanston: a local business owner talks about his roots

Isabella Martinez, Staff Writer August 15, 2022

“I grew up sailing in Argentina, my family always had a sailboat, a small one. I'd always gone sailing with my father,” said Sebastián Koziura at the beginning of our interview. He had been close...

Campbell talks new role, fresh vision

Campbell talks new role, fresh vision

Ethan Ravi and Ahania Soni August 15, 2022

As Marcus Campbell steps into the role of District 202 Superintendent, the Evanstonian spoke with him about his passion for education, his vision for ETHS, and his hopes for his time as superintendent. Q:...

Campbell: student, teacher, superintendent

Campbell: student, teacher, superintendent

Ahania Soni, Executive Editor August 15, 2022

In his junior year of high school, Dr. Marcus Campbell had his first experience in education. His teacher asked him to take over class for a day, to lead a discussion on Camus’ The Stranger, but that...

Sustainability coordinator hopes to lower ETHS’ carbon emissions

Tarek Anthony, Staff Writer August 15, 2022

ETHS has hired its first full-time sustainability coordinator following months of outcry and protest from ETHS students imploring the ETHS administration to act upon the current climate crisis our planet...

City struggles to fill city manager position

Annabelle Harris, Assistant News Editor August 15, 2022

For the past 14 months, the City of Evanston has spent a lot of time and money searching for a new city manager but has been unable to find someone for the job. In a recent letter, Mayor Biss called the...

A local award with worldwide significance

Sofia Siddiqui, Staff Writer August 15, 2022

One of the greatest things about the Evanston community is its public library system. With over 4,000 new library cards issued and 1.2 million books, magazines, movies, and DVDs circulated in just one...

New start, new season, same old closings

New start, new season, same old closings

Roselyn Witt, Staff Writer August 15, 2022

Every year, Evanston residents look forward to going to the beach on hot days to cool off, hang out with their friends and listen to the sound of Lake Michigan. This year, the water has been an especially...

Bikini body or body issues? Myth of the ‘summer body’ adds anxiety

Hazel Hayes and Elizabeth Wenning August 15, 2022

As the weather gets warmer, students shed their sweatshirts and long pants in order to switch to attire better suited for the hot summer climate. We awaken the tank tops and shorts that have been hibernating...

David Feeley

David Feeley

Charlotte Geyskens, Staff Writer May 12, 2022

ETHS teacher of 23 years David Feeley is retiring at the end of this school year. Since he was hired in 1999, Feeley has taught AP US Government, Business Law, Accounting and Personal Finance. Feeley also...

The Wills: a look into their futures

Hazel Hayes and Molly Riley May 12, 2022

With the many Will’s in our 2022 graduating class, there are many different paths ahead for the same-named students. The senior Will’s reminisce on their time at ETHS and share what is next in their...

Twins going to the same college

Ahania Soni, Feature Editor May 12, 2022

College is often seen as a fresh start – living on your own, being in a new place, and no longer being with the same people you went to school with from the time you were five or six. But, what if you...