The Evanstonian

Cradle to Career works against inequitable policies

Lauren Dain and Sydney Ter Molen

April 26, 2019

In hopes of creating future success for all Evanston youth, the Evanston Cradle to Career Initiative is attempting to dismantle certain educational policies that put students of color and students from low-income families at a disadvantage. ...

The conversation that needs to happen before equity can be attained

Grant Williams-Yackel, Guest Opinion Writer

May 24, 2018

Red, white and blue can- dies sparkled in a miniature plastic gumball machine centered on a wide wooden table. I took my seat in Dr. Eric Witherspoon’s office and glanced upward at the floor to ceiling panes standing tall...

Road less traveled: DIII athletes find opportunities outside the spotlight

Billy Krupkin, Sports Editor

May 24, 2018

While many covet the opportunity to become student-athletes at the Division I level, a more common route for those seeking to play collegiate athletics, Division III, is not often recognized as equally rewarding. “Part ...

An open letter to ETHS military recruits

Jacob Dalton, Opinion Columnist

May 24, 2018

I am Private First Class Dalton, Illinois National Guard. I joined in Feb. of 2017. I signed a six year contract with the Army as a Combat Medic. I attended Fort Jackson, South Carolina in second platoon, Foxtrot company, 1s...

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Self-help guide to navigating senioritis

Julia Wallace, Guest Contributor

May 24, 2018

Some say they’ve had it since freshman year, others claim it didn’t hit until recently. Regardless, the epidemic known as Senioritis has been ever present within the halls of the ETHS community. Symptoms include, bu...

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Senior Superlatives

May 24, 2018

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