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The news site of Evanston Township High School

The Evanstonian

The news site of Evanston Township High School

The Evanstonian

The other side of the Sucursal del Cielo: recognizing global effects of pollution

Angie Gomez, Staff Writer February 7, 2020

Cali, Colombia is home to an abundant amount of mountains and palm trees, as well as rivers. Accordingly, it was nicknamed “Sucursal del Cielo” — or “Branch of Heaven."  However, during...

And the crowd goes mild; how ETHS can improve their school spirit

Noah Kayaian, Staff Writer February 7, 2020

At a football game on Oct. 11, 2019, ETHS faced their bitter rivals New Trier… in front of a crowd of about 200 silent fans. While yes, it was a balmy Chicago night of mid to low 30s, the thing that...

SMG views 2020 Grammy awards

Sophie Gomez, Staff Writer January 31, 2020

The first Grammy Awards of the decade, which is in its 62th running, happened this past weekend and it was one to remember with tons of performances from Billie Eilish to a return of Aerosmith and Run...

Peeling away the layers behind Pathways to Honors

Peeling away the layers behind Pathways to Honors

In 2010, ETHS gave its freshman curriculum a massive facelift. This complete detracking of the Freshman Humanities and eventually later courses sought to remove historic impediments to provide greater...

Senior Kayla Henning is one of four returning players.

Experienced Girls Basketball’s journey to state starts today

Eli Cohen, Sports Editor November 23, 2019

Following last season’s heart-wrenching overtime loss to Maine West, Illinois’ state champions, ETHS’ Girls Basketball team returns to the court with a nearly identical roster, hoping the more experienced...

ETHS participates in Bullying Prevention Week

Clare Kennedy, Staff Writer November 16, 2019

From Oct. 21 through Oct. 25, ETHS observed Bullying Prevention Week.  Carrie Goldman, an award-winning author of the book Bullied and co-founder of Pop Culture Hero Coalition, an organization that...

Students reflect on meaning of “hot girl summer”

Nakaiya Bias, Staff Writer November 15, 2019

Earlier this year, Megan Pete, or better known as Megan Thee Stallion, caught the attention of many teenagers with her coined catchphrase, “hot girl summer.” A “hot girl summer,” in it’s dauntless...

Wildkit Ensemble fosters creativity, inclusivity

Sophia McCandlish, Assistant Sports Editor November 10, 2019

Wildkit Ensemble, a new fine arts course this year, is in full swing. Karla Clark, choir teacher, and Elizabeth Brent, special education teacher, co-teach the class that combines general education and...

Good, bad of body positivity in music

Phoebe Porter, Staff Writer November 8, 2019

Throughout my middle school years, Meghan Trainor was the face of body positivity in music. When “All About That Bass” dropped in 2014, all of my friends, my mom and my teachers could sing the lyrics...

El injusto tratamiento de los niños en la frontera

El injusto tratamiento de los niños en la frontera

Alejandra Cardenas and Vanesa Funes November 8, 2019

La infancia en los Estados Unidos puede parecer muy fácil desde cierto punto de vista. Sus días consisten en ir a la escuela, divertirse con sus amigos, ir al parque con sus padres y hacer sus tareas....