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

The news site of Evanston Township High School's student newspaper

The Evanstonian

In-Depth

Give Back

Ross Bostick, In-Depth Editor November 20, 2015

Community Service Club will look to make an impact in people’s lives. Here’s some of the events they’ve got going on this holiday season: ETHS Gift Drive Nov.-Dec. 31 Bring desired gifts for...

SOAR Students strive for race equality

SOAR Students strive for race equality

Amissa Page, In-Depth Editor November 20, 2015

Race affects everybody. Students Organized Against Racism, known as SOAR, is a club that examines how race shapes our identities through student led conversations. “We want to see how the system can...

Adriane Slaton

Evanston alums return as teachers

Samantha Idler, In-Depth Editor November 20, 2015

While some students can’t wait to leave Evanston, others can’t wait to come back. “I never left,” says Karilyn Joyce, badminton coach and gym teacher. “I started working and coaching here...

 Denean Henry works during the nights to keep classrooms and hallways clean.

Thank the people who make sure ETHS is clean and pleasant to be in

Annie Doyle, In-Depth Editor November 20, 2015

Heroes walk the halls of our school every day, but many don’t get applause, awards or medals, they are just doing their jobs. For example, ETHS’ head school nurse Lisa Walter helps students cope with...

The Grim Reaper glares from the back of his horse. Don’t look him in the eye!

Spooky houses around Evanston

Jonah Charlton, Photographer October 30, 2015

What lies beneath....

What lies beneath….

Samantha Idler, In-Depth Editor October 30, 2015

While you may have heard stories about what hides underneath the floors of ETHS, think twice before you believe everything you hear. “They say the basement is haunted because of the war stories. In...

True EPD Stories

True EPD Stories

Amissa Page, In-Depth Editor October 30, 2015

“There was a house on Lake Street that had a dummy dressed up like a workman hanging from the roof,” says Cmdr. Joe Dugan. “One of our officers fell for it and called it out over the radio that the...

Horror movies fuel fascination with fright

Horror movies fuel fascination with fright

Sofia Sant'Anna-Skites, In-Depth Editor October 30, 2015

You’ll have nightmares! You’ve been warned about scary movies before, but that doesn’t stop you from enjoying them every Halloween. “People are attracted to horror movies because it gives them...

Scary spice craze takes over Evanston

Scary spice craze takes over Evanston

Annie Doyle, In-Depth Editor October 30, 2015

Scary spice. Fall’s hottest flavor goes way beyond coffee. There are pumpkin spice Pringles, pumpkin spice M&M’s, pumpkin spice sausage, pumpkin spice pretzels, and even pumpkin spice protein powder,...

Domestic Violence Awareness Month.  It matters

Domestic Violence Awareness Month. It matters

Ross Bostick, In-Depth Editor October 5, 2015

Don’t be a bystander. We can all put an end to domestic violence throughout the Evanston community. Domestic Violence Awareness should be given more attention, according to Julie McBratney, Communications...

Adopt a Shelter Dog Month  Shelters offer opportunities to save lives

Adopt a Shelter Dog Month Shelters offer opportunities to save lives

Annie Doyle, In-Depth Editor October 5, 2015

Save a life. As Adopt a Shelter Dog month begins, the Evanston Animal Shelter encourages everyone to consider adopting when searching for their next pet. “Millions of dogs are euthanized in shelters...

Computer Learning Month teaches skills for the real world

Computer Learning Month teaches skills for the real world

Amissa Page, In-Depth Editor October 5, 2015

Most people use their computer for fun and games, but Computer Learning Month encourages students to program their technology instead of play on it. Computer science is steadily becoming an important...