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8 Questions for Leighah Wool

8 Questions for Leighah Wool

Adrian Wilburn, Feature Editor November 22, 2016

Leighah Wool is a member of the girls basketball team where she has performed on a very high level for four years on the varsity team. She has broken the record for the most points scored as a female basketball...

You can make Halloween fun again

Keturah Myles, Feature Writer October 27, 2016

Halloweekend starts tomorrow and while high schoolers are frowned upon for trick or treating, there are many other events around Evanston to keep you in the spooky spirit. Oct. 28 6:30 to 8 p.m.:...

Helping Hand

Helping Hand

Mac Stone, Feature Editor October 27, 2016

Let’s go thriftin’. On Nov. 3-4, the Community Service Club will start up its thrift shop in the Hub for the eighth straight year, raising donations to help students at the school. “The main...

Generation Z’s qualities separate us from the rest

Rachel Krumholz, Feature Editor October 27, 2016

Generation Z. The Post-Millennials, the Homeland Generation, the Centennials, the IGeneration- we’re the next generation to prosper. Although there is no definite birth year range to define Generation...

Evanston-based website promotes political diversity

Nathan Shankar, Online Executive Editor October 17, 2016

If you’ve been following the election, there’s a good chance that you’ve heard about RealClearPolitics. The website, which has roots in Evanston, has become one of most visited sources for political...

ETHS alum now a bestselling author

ETHS alum now a bestselling author

Rachel Krumholz, Feature Editor October 5, 2016

Before journalist David Epstein made his debut publishing The Sports Gene, which is now a bestselling book, he was an both athlete and writer for the Evanstonian right here at ETHS. The idea behind...

Student Representative Honor Allen

Student Senate hopes to make progress around the school

Mac Stone, Feature Editor October 5, 2016

Progress. Student Senate has plenty of changes to make around the school, and they are working very hard to make progress and implement them. “Our primary responsibility is to support student initiatives...

Evanstonian alum Cassidy Hubbarth makes her mark as a sports reporter

Evanstonian alum Cassidy Hubbarth makes her mark as a sports reporter

Keturah Myles, Feature Editor September 16, 2016

Once a student and writer for the Evanstonian struggling to submit assignments on time, now Cassidy Hubbarth is an ESPN Sports reporter who currently hosts ESPN2’s NBA Tonight and ESPN’s SportsCenter. Hubbarth...

8 questions for Chris Rohner

8 questions for Chris Rohner

Adrian Wilburn, Feature Editor September 16, 2016

Most students probably don't have a lot of experience playing the guitar, and might not see why some people take a huge interest in the instrument. Chris Rohner is a student who has years of experience...

New CSL protocol works to prevent hate speech in sports

Mac Stone, Feature Editor September 16, 2016

Don’t hate. A newly revised CSL hate speech protocol is here, and it’s working to prevent hate speech between teams during sporting events. “We can’t ever get complacent about how it’s...

Green Team to make big changes

Green Team to make big changes

Rachel Krumholz, Feature Editor September 16, 2016

In the midst of homework and tests, “going green” is the least of our worries, but rising environmental issues show how important it really is. “I think the environment is one of the most pressing...

Senior Marjie Erickson addresses the crowd

Students lead protest against dress code

Rachel Krumholz, Feature Editor September 8, 2016

Although some people see Evanston’s dress code as a policy that ensures an efficient learning environment, senior Marjie Erickson saw numerous flaws in this system. “We aren’t mad because we...

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