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The Evanstonian

The news site of Evanston Township High School

The Evanstonian

Arts & Ent.

Harry Styles returned to Chicago for a two-show stop after COVID-19 cancelled his initial tour run.

Harry Styles’ ‘Love on Tour’ comes to Chicago

Sadie Dowhan, Staff Writer October 15, 2021

After almost three years, Harry Styles returned to the stage, and his Chicago show on Sept. 24 was incredible. Standing in line outside the United Center, people of all ages were taking pictures and...

Sophomore Joan Camaya has taken her initially hobby-oriented crocheted creations and turned them into a money-making venture by taking commissions from both teachers and students.

Student brings joy of Amigurumi by taking commissions

Anika Radhakrishnan , Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor October 15, 2021

  Joan Camaya channeled her crocheting abilities in fourth grade after school one day when her mom returned from work with yarn and crochet hooks in hand. Camaya’s mother was inspired by the...

Musical Offering show hosts fundraiser, boasts in-person performances

Sophie Lindsey and Erin Doherty October 15, 2021

The Musical Offering Show (MO Show) is a musical production written and directed by students in Evanston. MO Show starts its 13th year preparing for their next musical after their virtual performance during...

Viewers guide to fall movies and TV shows

Viewer’s guide to fall movies and TV shows

Sophie Yang and Mae Luning October 15, 2021

It’s that time of the year again: 60-degree weather, color-changing leaves and pumpkin spice lattes. The transition from summer into winter is our favorite, most beautiful season, fall. What better way...

‘Friday Night Lights’ follows sports movie formula to its detriment

Jared Tucker, Staff Writer October 15, 2021

In the distant land of Texas, fall means football, where fans pack one hundred thousand seat stadiums on a weekly basis to proudly proclaim that their team is back as they gear up for another season of...

Quiet misogyny in ‘Hamilton’

Kayla Drajpuch, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor October 15, 2021

“Hamilton” follows the life and death of founding father Alexander Hamilton, an immigrant who went on to be the Secretary of the Treasury. It’s full of fast paced rapping and energizing, complicated...

Return of concert tours brings both excitement and nerves for students after COVID-19 hiatus

Return of concert tours brings both excitement and nerves for students after COVID-19 hiatus

Charlotte Geyskens , Staff Writer October 15, 2021

In 2020, musicians had to completely reinvent the ways that they shared their music with the public. Touring was completely non-existent until a few months ago due to the dangers presented by COVID-19....

Modern mullets: the unthinkable comeback

Max Gingold, Staff Writer October 15, 2021

Something very distressing is happening in our community. For some, the news is only getting to them now. For others, their distaste has been snowballing for the past decade. I must admit, I am one of...

‘Unofficial Bridgerton Musical’ combines TV show with breakout musical talent

Alice Cutter, Staff Writer October 15, 2021

For months in quarantine, I have been following the creation of the Unofficial Bridgerton Musical. The unofficial musical is based on the popular Netflix series Bridgerton, which tells the story of a group...

Amid in-person school year, students connect again through theatre productions

Saliha Ansari and Amy Grill October 15, 2021

 After multiple performances being held through a screen, the wonderful world of theater finally comes to life again.  ETHS show Twelve Angry Jurors opened October 7 and the Freshman/Sophomore Production...

Illustration by Kupu Sumi

Hilariously human: high school movie classics

Jared Tucker, Staff Writer September 17, 2021

High school movies are not just a prime form of entertainment. They give us characters that we feel like we can relate to on a personal scale. Watching them can be funny, emotional, entertaining and, usually,...

Illustration by Kupu Sumi

A guide to ETHS Fine Arts classes

Anika Radhakrishnan and Charlotte Murray September 17, 2021

The arts give people a place to express themselves, use their creativity and form connections. With about fifty fine arts classes, ETHS offers an array of options for students to get involved, ranging...