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‘Get the Lead Out’

Milo Slevin, Staff Writer April 20, 2023

When Janet Alexander Davis walks in the front door of her Fifth Ward home, she is grateful for the decades she has spent in Evanston. It’s the place where she grew up and where her kids and grandkids...

Donna Lee in her restaurant, Brown Bag Seafood Co.. Photo courtesy of Donna Lee

Donna Lee: CEO, Chopped champion, culinary creator

Hope Vezner, Naomi Aleyahemu, Staff Writers April 20, 2023

If you were to tell 18-year-old Donna Lee that she would become an accomplished chef one day, she wouldn’t have believed you. Now, Lee is not only a 2023 Champion on Chopped, Food Network’s cooking...

Photos by Ahania Soni

Weaving cultures together

Frank Herman, Staff Writer, S103 Coordinator April 20, 2023

As you walk through Evanston’s commercial district, the sounds of cars whirring and people stirring are overwhelming and exciting all at once. The ‘L’ Train roars by as Evanston’s inhabitants pass...

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Chat CheatPT?

Hazel Hayes, Staff Writer April 20, 2023

In the present day, there is the constant stream of technological advancements being introduced to society. The Artificial Intelligence (AI) wave is one that many fear, but also one many surf along with....

Camp Kuumba: the launching point to success

Camp Kuumba: the launching point to success

Isaac Suarez Flint, Staff Writer April 20, 2023

On Sunday, June 2, 2019, Ryan Allen Bost walked across the stage at the Welsh-Ryan Arena to receive his diploma from Evanston Township High School. A star of the ETHS basketball team, Bost tallied over...

SESP course ‘plants seeds,’ defies traditional education standards

Ella Gutowski, Staff Writer April 20, 2023

Corey Winchester wants to know his student’s stories. In fact, when I dove right into the interview I had planned for him, he stopped me and asked if I could tell him my story before he shared his. It...

ETHS’ American Sign Language program a hit among students, teachers

Audrey Bodine, Staff Writer April 20, 2023

In recent years, American Sign Language (ASL) has become increasingly popular as a foreign language option at ETHS. Many students are interested in learning ASL as a way to communicate with the Deaf and...

Women’s History Month: female entrepreneurs break barriers

Hazel Hayes, Staff Writer March 15, 2023

With men systemically dominating many aspects of the workforce in the U.S.,  it is important to acknowledge the growth and representation of female business owners within our community. Since the month...

Execs through the decades

Execs through the decades

Jilian Denlow, Feature Editor March 15, 2023

The Evanstonian office is situated at the intersection of the South Wing and H-Hall on the first floor of the building. At any given time, S103–the Evanstonian’s layout room–is lively and spirited....

When do we want it? Now!

When do we want it? Now!

Isaac Suarez Flint, Tanya Weismann, Staff Writers March 15, 2023

As seasons change, the need for climate action persists. On Sep. 23, 2022, Evanston’s Sunrise Hub participated in a Climate Strike in Downtown Chicago. Six months later, on March 3, the Hub returned...

Ten years of summits at ETHS

Ten years of summits at ETHS

Izabella Paracuelles, Staff Writer March 15, 2023

Saheli Goel is a sophomore at ETHS and yet she had never been to a summit at ETHS before—that is, until she attended the MENAA summit that took place March 1. The summit, she recounts, was full of life,...

The challenge of scheduling lunch at the high school with the largest student body

The challenge of scheduling lunch at the high school with the largest student body

Clara Gustafson and Hazel Hayes January 27, 2023

With a student body of nearly 4,000 students, scheduling lunch in an effective way has been on the mind of ETHS administration since returning from virtual schooling. For students like senior Mason Denlow,...

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