The Evanstonian

We Got It! Part II: The Treachery of Images

Quinn Hughes, Staff Writer

December 13, 2019

A note from the author This article contains vivid imagery regarding depictions of Blackness and anti-black violence. I choose images in this article as a method of thinking with, and thinking through the symbolic represen...

National School Psychology Awareness Week aims to aid national shortage

Meredith Herrick, Feature Facilitator

December 13, 2019

Nov. 11-18 was National School Psychology Awareness Week. At ETHS, school psychologists spread awareness through presentations and posters around the building. “So here at ETHS our roles differ from other schools, district...

College admissions scandal highlights role of wealth in education

Jojo Wertheimer, Staff Writer

November 8, 2019

Last March, 33 parents were indicted for paying a total of $25 million to get their kids into college. The scandal, known as Operation Varsity Blues, has sparked an intense debate throughout the nation on the privileges require...

Swimmers reflect on new NFHS regulations

Mimi Herrick, Feature Facilitator

September 27, 2019

Swimmers can be disqualified for their events for numerous reasons: doing an extra kick, staying underwater for more than 15 meters, and now “improper” suit coverage.  On Friday Sept. 6, a swimmer in Alaska was disqualified for “i...

Chicago’s history of redlining and what it means for POC neighborhoods today

Eden Drajpuch, Feature Facilitator

August 21, 2019

As Chicago grapples with its environmental future, Evanston’s geographic proximity to the city forces Evanstonians to reckon with how a history of racist housing practices has led to environmental discrimination against certain ...

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