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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

Communicate to counteract home tensions

Communicate to counteract home tensions

Linnea Mayo, Staff Writer May 5, 2020

As we deal with the uncertainties of COVID-19, conversations between my friends and family have been focused on dealing with our new home environments. Personally, around my house, everyone seems to be...

Lazier Field is empty following the statewide stay-at-home order that has cut short or cancelled many senior Wildkits  seasons.

A deep dive into how COVID-19 impacts senior athletes

Michael Barthelemy and Eli Cohen April 6, 2020

On March 12, our lives were put on hold. This was of course the day in which the email detailing the ETHS building’s closing and the school’s transition into e-learning was sent out in wake of the...

Seniors Lily Blackburn and Eli Medack speak to Summit participants at the start of the Summit.

LGBTQ+ Summit, March 11, 2020

Eden Drajpuch, Feature Editor April 6, 2020

“My experience at the Summit was definitely something I could never recreate. This was my first Summit ever and I had a blast. I went as an ally and one of the workshops I was in was for allies....

Quarantine Critique: The Life Of The World To Come—The Mountain Goats

Zachary Bahar, News Editor April 3, 2020

I have always considered myself to be a religious person living in a secular world. I go to a public school; I don’t keep the Shabbos; I don’t adhere to strict kashrut; I don’t know the 613...

Drawing titled Swimming by A&E Editor Nora Miller.

At Home Artwork

Nora Miller and Madison McGuire April 3, 2020

With students out of sports, extracurriculars and school, they are presented with a little extra time. Many ETHS students have been filling their time through utilizing creative outlets such as painting...

Protestas en Ecuador, 2019.

Latino America – Un Cronograma De Protestas

Angie Gomez, Escritor Personal April 3, 2020

Muchos de nosotros vivimos en un torrente constante de noticias. A principios de 2020, recibimos noticias importantes sobre Donald Trump e Irán, los incendios en Australia, el coronavirus y otras noticias...

Munchin’ with Michael’s isolation eats: frozen pizza

Munchin’ with Michael’s isolation eats: frozen pizza

Michael Barthelemy, Food Critic April 3, 2020

The novel coronavirus may be shutting down our schools, workplaces and restaurants, but it will not stand in the way of Munchin’ with Michael. I can’t lie; it was difficult at first thinking how I...

Quarantine Critiques: Movies

Eli Marshall, Max Weber and Sophie Yang April 3, 2020

Call Me By Your Name, Staff Writer Sophie Yang Timothee Chalamet’s incredible performance in this film keeps you watching for the entire two plus hour runtime.  I would recommend watching...

Junior Valery Jean Jaques reflects on what has brought him joy during the shelter-in-place and locates this selfie of “my sister and my mother who I love so dearly.”

Wildkits find joy during unprecendented time

Eden Drajpuch, Feature Editor April 3, 2020

In this historic time period, The Evanstonian found it important to document the ways in which the ETHS community continue to find joy and take care of themselves. Whether that is through spending...

Taylor in 2001 with Chicago Tribune reporter Maurice Possley.

Daniel Taylor regains freedom, sustains love for learning during wrongful conviction

Sarah Parisien, Staff Writer April 3, 2020

On a blustery February day, I met Daniel Taylor at Silverman Hall on Northwestern’s campus, one of the buildings he works in during the week. His upbeat demeanor was a welcome contrast to the rather...

Cancelling Cancel Culture

Cancelling Cancel Culture

Noah Kayaian, Staff Writer March 27, 2020

In April 2019, beauty YouTuber James Charles was considered cancelled by millions after another YouTuber, Tati Westbrook, called Charles out for being a “sellout” and “finding him inconsiderate and...

Brandon Brown, President of School Yard Rap, speaks to students at Black Summit on Feb. 21.

Black Student Summit, Feb. 2020

Callie Grober and Sophia Weglarz February 28, 2020

“To me, this year was better planned out. There were more activities this year that I enjoyed than last year. The food was also better than last year. I had a better time and I felt like it was more...

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