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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


A student enters the Deans Office.

Students call for change in sexual assault policy

Trinity Collins, News Editor March 23, 2018

While the issue of sexual assault has been prevalent recently in pop culture, students at ETHS -- such as junior AJ Cabrera -- call on the administration to change this policy in “The Pilot: Student...

Photo manipulated by Jesse Bond.

Too much JUUL-ery: the pods sweeping ETHS

Jonah Charlton and Trinity Collins March 23, 2018

While cigarettes’ harmful side effects have caused a decrease in popularity, there’s a new nicotine-based buzz hitting the school: JUUL.      “I would hit my JUUL anywhere from 20 - 100 times...

A student pledges to combat rape culture.

Students to honor Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Sarah Frieman, News Editor March 23, 2018

Throughout the April 23 spirit week, the Sexual Assault and Harassment Prevention Committee will administer student and faculty workshops, a pep rally spoken word video and a number of smaller scale activities...

Men, cisgender male students weigh in on #MeToo

Sarah Frieman and Harrison Witt March 23, 2018

*Student’s name in asterisk has been changed to protect anonymity.       While women’s voices have been the driving force of the #MeToo movement, men’s voices hold different places in the conversation.  ...

Students attend the Latinx summit.

La cumbre de Latinx unió estudiantes de diferentes orígenes el nueve de marzo

Salma Martinez and Daniel Palacio March 23, 2018

Siendo Senior ahora, esta es nuestra tercera vez que asistimos a Latinx Summit. La cumbre es un espacio seguro donde podemos unirnos como un todo porque en general, en ETHS, hay una baja representación...

Conflict in student section ignites racial tension

Onyx York and Caroline Jacobs March 23, 2018

Friday nights are an exciting time at ETHS. Students fill the stands of Beardsley Gym to watch the basketball team play. However, the ETHS student section at popular sporting events is often dominated...

The Journalism Education Association recognizes Rodney Lowe.

Rodney Lowe wins lifetime achievement

Rachel Krumholz, In-Depth Editor February 22, 2018

After decades of educating students, mentoring young journalists and shaping a high school newspaper, former Evanstonian adviser Rodney Lowe is presented a lifetime achievement award from the Journalism...

ETHS staff and students visit North Lawndale College Prep, which practices the Kingian Nonviolence philosophy. Photo courtesy of Addie Wyatt Center.

Kingian Nonviolence inspires punishment changes

Caroline Jacobs, Feature Editor February 22, 2018

Whether you’ve only been through one semester of freshman year or you’re a second semester senior, most ETHS students have witnessed a fight get out of hand and sat by idly, letting the altercation...

Sophomore Gigi Girodier

Venezuelan violence in Gigi Girodier’s past, prosperity in her future

Ella Kanter, In Depth Editor January 12, 2018

No one would ever guess that just sixteen months ago, friendly and bright sophomore Gigi Girodier was living in the most dangerous city in the world: Caracas, Venezuela. “Before we left, Venezuela...

Becca Miller gaining inspiration for her next graphic design.

An inside look at Becca Miller

Margo Levitan, Online Executive Editor January 12, 2018

Setting aside her lacrosse stick after a long day of practice, Becca Miller, junior, opens up her computer. Her graphic design work that was featured at the Evanston Art Center was crafted here, and she...

Abraham makes a save during warmups.

An inside look at Ramen Abraham

Mac Stone, News Editor January 12, 2018

While many may think that moving to a new country would be a difficult adjustment, junior Ramen Abraham is fitting in just fine. Abraham has lived in Evanston for just two years, and before that, he...

Chirasree Mandal works on a chemistry lab.

Chirasree Mandal breaks stereotypes

Sofie Kennedy, Entertainment Editor January 12, 2018

  Imagine being at the top of your class, working research internships at one of the world’s highest ranking universities since you were 15, being co-president of WiSTEM at your high school,...

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