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

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Upset in regional final shuts door on long playoff run for boys soccer

Alexis Rogers, Owen Chiss, Assistant Sports Editors November 14, 2022

While the Wildkits finished the regular season with a 12-5-2 record– capturing the second seed in the Glenbrook South Sectional– they were unable to advance past the regional finals following a 2-0...

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On your marks, get set, row!

Alexis Rogers, Owen Chiss, Assistant Sports Editors November 14, 2022

Rowing, the newest addition to ETHS’ roster of sports, has launched this fall, introducing 50 athletes to a traditionally exclusive sport with the intention of establishing diversity and inclusion from...

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Despite losing season, football improves on both sides of ball

Will Klearman, Staff Writer November 14, 2022

After an up-and-down season, ETHS closed out the year with a record of 3-6, landing them in fourth place in the Central Suburban South standings. An exciting 53-50 overtime home opener win against Indian...

Two doubles pairs make runs in tennis’ conference tourney

Jessica Sehgal, Executive Editor November 14, 2022

After a 10-6 season, girls tennis felt confident heading into their csl tournament on Friday Oct. 7. However, after the first round, only two ETHS teams remained in the running. Doubles team Sophie Glantz...

Girls cross country looks to have promising seasons ahead

Christopher Vye, Sports Editor November 14, 2022

Similar to the boys team, ETHS girls cross country is exceptionally young. In fact, four of the top five finishers at Sectionals were underclassmen. All together, the Kits ended up 12th at the Hoffman...

Impressive times not reflected in boys cross country ranking

Christopher Vye, Sports Editor November 14, 2022

Although boys XC may not have advanced any runners to State this year, a young team means that bright things lie ahead. At the Hoffman Estates Sectional on Saturday Oct. 29, Evanston’s highest finisher...

Bellios’ qualification for State serves as highlight for boys golf season

Christopher Vye, Sports Editor November 14, 2022

Between State champions New Trier, third place finishers Glenbrook North and fourth place finishers Glenbrook South, ETHS is in perhaps the toughest sectional for boys golf in the State. Last year, however,...

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Girls volleyball keeps matches close, can’t close in end-of-season contests

Christopher Vye, Sports Editor November 14, 2022

It was a tough season, to say the least, for girls volleyball. Between a 10-26 record and zero conference wins, it’s easy to think of how it could have been better. So instead, let’s focus on what...

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Home Conference meet hosts profound performance for girls swimming

Christopher Vye, Sports Editor November 14, 2022

As it turns out, hosting the Conference meet was exactly what girls swimming needed to have some of their best performances of the season. There may not have been any conference champions, but between...

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Individualizing instruction: ‘student-centered’ special education

Jessica Sehgal, Bridget Baker, Marin Ubersox, Paula Hlava, Zoe Kaufman, Kate Myers, Executive Editor, In-Depth Editor, Assistant In-Depth Editor, Staff Writers November 14, 2022

Fifteen pages. As Claire Smith* persisted through the fatiguing eighty-five minutes of her AP Language block, her hazel eyes fixated on two words resting on the screen of her Chromebook: fifteen pages....

Pomkits again ready to dominate their dances

Eva Sondgeroth, Staff Writer September 23, 2022

When you think of the high school experience at Evanston, images of the football team, cheerleaders and Pomkits come to mind. It’s the school spirit trifecta, if you will.  At the first home football...

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Boys soccer undefeated, heads into conference play

Owen Chiss, Assistant Sports Editor September 23, 2022

With a regular season record of 16-3-4 last fall, the boys soccer team looked like a heavy favorite to go downstate. A 3-0 loss to Oak Park-River Forest in the sectional finals ended those dreams, but...