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The news site of Evanston Township High School

The Evanstonian

The news site of Evanston Township High School

The Evanstonian

Sketch of student presenters for one of  the breakout sessions.

Asian & Middle Eastern Student Summit, April 12, 2019

Trinity Collins, Feature Editor April 26, 2019

“I truly appreciate the fact that we have a day at ETHS to celebrate our identities. I've been very privileged to be a part of this summit since my freshman year, and it's sad to think that this summit...

In light of Christchurch

In light of Christchurch

Rachel Krumholz and Lara-Nour Walton April 26, 2019

Trigger Warning: The following piece discusses matters of violence and hatred in regards to Islamophobia. *Arabs and Muslims are not synonymous with one another and should not be conflated, but for...

Legally Blonde charged with empowerment

Sofie Kennedy and Sophie Monzo April 26, 2019

The theatre department strives to empower women with upcoming spring musical Legally Blonde which features numerous female leads.     “I was looking for a vehicle for young women in this school,”...

The inner workings of internet communities

The inner workings of internet communities

Eli Marshall, Staff writer April 26, 2019

Social media. It’s an integral part of our lives today. We often talk about the negative effects of it -- how addicted we are to it, how it impacts our sleep, how it hurts our self esteem and causes...

SMG speaks on 2019 Lollapalooza lineup

Sophie Gomez, Staff Writer April 26, 2019

The lineup for Chicago’s Lollapalooza music festival was announced March 20. There was a lot of talk, especially about the headliners. The eight main headliners are Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, twenty...

Illustration By Kayla Black

Still Love These Lonely Places: A Hauntological Analysis of Evanston

Quinn Hughes and Henry Eberhart April 26, 2019

Chief Seattle may or may not have said… “The young men, the mothers, the girls, the little children who once lived and were happy here...still love these lonely places. And at evening the forests...

Illustration by Ellie Lind

The customer isn’t always right: teens face sexual assault and harassment in the workplace.

Mimi Herrick and Sarika Waikar April 26, 2019

Trigger Warning: The following story contains details of sexual assault and harassment. The National Sexual Assault Hotline is 1-888-342 -2846. Northwestern’s Center Against Sexual Assault’s 24-hour...

Students and teachers reflect on RAD self defense program

Jojo Wertheimer and Eden Drajpuch April 26, 2019

The RAD self defense program used in female P.E. classes results in a variety of different experiences for everyone participating in the course. RAD [Rape Aggression Defense] includes a packet, as...

Notorious AOC

Olivia Stitely, Staff writer April 26, 2019

“I don’t want her to be the exception, I don’t want her to be a martyr,” junior Echo Allen says. “I want her to be the new standard.” The election of 29-year-old Alexandria-Ocasio Cortez...

Singing through the school day: an inside look at ETHS’ choruses

Sophie Yang, Staff Writer April 26, 2019

ETHS is home to many choruses that go largely unrecognized. Ranging from vocal jazz to an all female ensemble, students have the chance to experience a variety of vocal music. Mary Theresa Reed, director...

Illustration by Aldric Martinez-Olson

Exploring Experiences Around WiSTEM

Aldric Martinez-Olson, Staff writer April 26, 2019

Since the beginning of modern society, the fields of STEM  [science, technology, engineering and math] have been traditionally dominated by men. Starting at the turn of the twentieth century, that quota...

All eyes on US

All eyes on US

Nora Miller, Entertainment Columnist April 26, 2019

On the eve of March 22, critics and audiences were stunned by the intensity of Jordan Peele’s Us. Watching the film with a group of friends, I felt captured by the story of the Wilson family—an in-depth...