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Act of anti-Asian terrorism in Atlanta another example of white supremacy

March 22, 2021
In line with the values of our February issue, the Evanstonian views the act of terrorism in Atlanta as yet another example of the pervasiveness of white supremacy in our country.
Letter from the Editors | ETHS is neglecting student experiences

Letter from the Editors | ETHS is neglecting student experiences

Evanstonian Editorial Board December 14, 2020

The Evanstonian is a student-led publication devoted to telling stories about ETHS. In the past year, every member of our staff has had their own experiences with e-learning, and every member of our staff...

Illustration by Nora Miller

Trans Day of Remembrance and Resilience in Evanston

Nora Miller and Eden Drajpuch November 20, 2020

Dustin Parker. Neulisa Luciano Ruiz. Yampi Méndez Arocho. Scott/ Scottlynn Devore. Monika Diamond. Lexi. Johanna Metzger. Serena Angelique Velázquez Ramos. Layla Pelaez Sánchez. Penélope Díaz Ramírez....

Illustration by Nora Miller

All the faces that I know: The Office, The Evanstonian

Zachary Bahar, Executive Editor September 24, 2020

What makes an office an office? Is it the products? The work? NBCs The Office gives a very simple answer to this question: the people. It is the people who make an office—or, perhaps, a school—a...

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Black Lives Matter

June 26, 2020

Ahmaud Arbery’s murder illustrated how the everyday, ritualistic activity of running 2.23 miles has the power to endanger a Black life. Breonna Taylor’s murder highlighted how, despite overwhelming...

The Daily Northwestern should not have to apologize for doing their job

The Daily Northwestern should not have to apologize for doing their job

December 14, 2019

Early last month, Northwestern’s student newspaper, The Daily Northwestern, came under fire by students who protested former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ visit to the Northwestern (NU) campus....

Editorial Policy Change

November 12, 2018

The editorial board of The Evanstonian has voted in favor of changing the editorial policies. In the past, the executive editors of The Evanstonian have collaborated to produce an editorial every issue....

Save Harley Clarke

Save Harley Clarke

Editorial August 27, 2018

Last Tuesday, Aug. 21, the City of Evanston’s Electoral Board, comprised of the mayor, city clerk and senior alderman, dispelled challenges to the referendum to save the Harley Clarke mansion and grounds...

Photo courtesy of Evanston Now.

Graduation needs a Wildkit, not Mayor Hagerty

Editorial May 24, 2018

Ahead of the June 3 graduation, Evanston Mayor Steve Hagerty has been con- firmed by administration as the ceremony’s commencement speaker. Though a city official, Hagerty’s lack of affiliation...

Drawing by Leah Brieva.

Take advantage of your right to vote

Editorial March 23, 2018

It has become clear that Evanston is one of the more politically active communities in the area, if not the nation. Earlier this month, our own student body demonstrated this with mass attendance and involvement...

AP Exams should be an individualized choice

AP Exams should be an individualized choice

Editorial February 22, 2018

ETHS is in many ways a haven for individualized academic and extracurricular pursuits; the requirement of registration for and completion of AP exams undermines that reputation. These mandates, and the...

It's time to rearrange the district calendar

It’s time to rearrange the district calendar

Editorial December 15, 2017

As we all know, ETHS first semester final exams begin one week after students and staff return from winter break. Final exams have been scheduled at this time for several years, but it’s time for that...

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