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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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Festival attendees discuss the films they watched.

NAACP Film Festival comes to town

Loie Gilbert, News Editor February 11, 2015

Don’t forget your popcorn and soda when you go to the NAACP Film Festival tonight. “Students will get the opportunity to view older films directed or produced by blacks that may not be in their...

Model UN leaves for a three day conference

Samantha Idler, News Editor February 11, 2015

While you’re in class today, Model UN students will be continuing their three day conference in downtown Chicago which started last night. “The goal is to get a resolutions passed and to get your...

Sgt. Carlos Rubio and junior Jaalen Banner discuss military options.

Military Visit Week to come to the Hub

Camille Allen, News Editor February 11, 2015

Don’t forget your camo and combat boots. Recruiters from the Army will be visiting the Hub Feb. 24-26 during Military Visit Week. “We always have a representative from the Marines, the Navy,...

ETHS, District 202 host State of the Schools event

By Eli Baum, News Editor January 5, 2015

In order to share their visions for the future of Evanston/Skokie public schools, Supt. Eric Witherspoon and District 65 Supt. Paul Goren will deliver the first annual “State of the Schools” address...

ETHS students garden.

Greenhouse provides fresh food for cafeterias

Camille Allen, News Editor January 5, 2015

You don’t have to be afraid of the cafeteria food anymore. This year, the greenhouse is providing fresh organic greens and herbs to the cafeterias. “The greenhouse is producing salad greens including...

Senior Alec Austin molds a ceramic bowl.

Community Service continues tradition of Empty Bowl

Eli Baum, News Editor December 18, 2014

In order to raise money for Evanston soup kitchens, ETHS will hold the annual Empty Bowl event on Dec. 10 in N112. “There is a lot of poverty and a lot of hungry people in Evanston,” said Community...

Israeli Club gathers to discuss celebration of the Festival of Lights

Israeli Club celebrates the festival of lights

Loie Gilbert, News Editor December 18, 2014

In order for students to have fun while learning about Israeli culture, a festival of lights will take place on Dec 17 in A241. “We want to introduce Israeli culture, while the students have fun and...

Seniors Micaela Homer, Adrianna and Erika Carter prepare for the gift drive.

Community Service seeks gifts for its Holiday Gift Drive

Samantha Idler, News Editor December 18, 2014

Instead of making your holiday wish list, take a look at someone else’s. The Community Service club needs you to participate in their holiday gift drive. “We have students and staff all over the...

Speaker Claude Steele to address racial and gender achievement gaps

Speaker Claude Steele to address racial and gender achievement gaps

Camille Allen, News Editor December 18, 2014

If you’re a White high school student, you are more likely to get a high score on the ACT exam than your Black, Latino, or Asian counterparts. To address this educational phenomena, and other racial...

Debate Team hosts tournament

Ashley Whyte, News Editor December 18, 2014

The Dead President’s Invitational at ETHS will see some of the best debate teams in the state. The annual event will have three different styles of debate. The most popular style, Policy Debate, will...

Evanston hopes for another great year of DECA

Samantha Idler , News Editor December 18, 2014

After last year’s major success, DECA hopes to send as many kids to state and nationals as they can. “DECA provides students with skills to use in the real world, by having students participate...

Spirit Week Kicks Off Jan. 20

Loie Gilbert, News Editor December 18, 2014

The second semester will be starting off with some pep because spirit week begins the first day of the second semester. “It is an easy, low commitment way to get involved and show your school spirit,”...