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Spirit Week encourages student participation through highlighting culture

Spirit Week encourages student participation through highlighting culture

Billy Krupkin , In-Depth Editor February 6, 2017

While most spirit weeks often lead up to a big game or a school dance, next week’s Black History Month Spirit Week has a different objective. “I think that spirit week gives students the chance...

The best trends of 2016

The best trends of 2016

Billy Krupkin , In-Depth Editor December 16, 2016

Obama-Biden Memes It’s fitting that the most “woke” president and vice president of the United States have a social media phenomenon that represents them perfectly. The apparent bromance between...

Teachers report

Teachers report

Grace Fay, In-Depth Editor December 16, 2016

As the world reflects on the drastic changes of the past year, teachers in Evanston are looking at their own upheaval of moving to a different school. “I think everyday is challenging and different,...

The worst trends of 2016

The worst trends of 2016

Katy Donati, In-Depth Editor December 16, 2016

Cut it. From the dog filter to dabbing 2016 has been a year full of the worst and weirdest trends this generation has ever seen. These chart topping six are the worst of the worst and are just one of...

Departments try to make students more aware of their health

Departments try to make students more aware of their health

Grace Fay, In-Depth Editor November 22, 2016

The most important part of high school might seem like grades, but teens should be keeping up with healthy habits as well. “Often students come into our class not knowing a lot about nutrition or...

Ease Your Mind

Ease Your Mind

Simone Williams, In-Depth Editor November 22, 2016

Break the Stigma. Even with 1 in 5 Americans fighting a mental illness, the stigma of a mental disorders remains. “I think mental health is important because it affects your whole being, that means...

Health Center lacks awareness from student body

Billy Krupkin, In-Depth Editor November 22, 2016

Doctor’s orders. The Health Center is in its twenty-first year of existence, but many students are still unaware of the services that are provided. “People think that we are the nurses office...

Four reasons you should care about this election

Four reasons you should care about this election

Simone Williams, In-Depth Editor October 28, 2016

Although most high school students won't be able to vote in this upcoming election, it is still important to pay attention to what is going on. Here are four reasons why you should care: This election...

Clinton fever sweeps school as election day approaches

Clinton fever sweeps school as election day approaches

Katy Donati, In-Depth Editor October 28, 2016

Crazy for Clinton. With the end of the race just around the corner, it is clear who the bulk of Evanston's youth will cast its vote for this election. “Hillary knows how to get things done,”...

Republican students struggle to be viewed equally

Billy Krupkin, In-Depth Editor October 28, 2016

While students are often quick to confront Republican ideals, there are often misconceptions surrounding the true viewpoints of many Republicans. “I think in our public discourse about politics now...

Debate team reflects on presidential debates

Grace Fay, In-Depth Editor October 28, 2016

Debaters weigh in. As the presidential election nears, the debate team gives their two cents on the debates that might have determined the election. “I thought the presidential debates bared very...

School budget in question

Jonathan Neuberger, In-Depth Editor October 5, 2016

For years the school has been a safe haven from the constant stream of bad news pouring out of Springfield, but this may  come to an end soon. Budget cuts, the likes of which have never been seen in...

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