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Screening of ‘Raising the Floor’ provides insight into city-run guaranteed income plans

Mack Jones, Staff Writer February 1, 2023

Northwestern University, in conjunction with the City of Evanston, held a screening of the film Raising the Floor at Kresge Hall on Tuesday, Jan. 31 from 6 to 8 p.m. Recently the City of Evanston implemented...

ETHS Civics Fair aims to encourage student engagement outside the classroom

Sophia Siddiqui, Staff Writer January 30, 2023

ETHS’s Hub was closed off on Tuesday, Jan. 24, and Wednesday, Jan. 25, to make room for the yearly Civics Fair. Hundreds of Evanston sophomores took part to learn about and interact with civic engagement...

Plans to build a new Fifth Ward school progress, but not without controversy

Tarek Anthony, Staff Writer January 28, 2023

The building of a new Fifth Ward school in Evanston prompted by District 65’s current budget crisis and record low levels of enrollment has now entered its third year of official planning. This is followed...

City Council meeting heralds conversations concerning Ryan Field, cashless ban

Ethan Ravi, Assistant News Editor January 27, 2023

On Jan. 23, 2023, the City of Evanston held its second council meeting of the new year, and many of the topics that have been heavily debated in recent weeks in Evanston were once again discussed. First...

Pritzker institutes new laws concerning guns, abortion, cash bail

Tarek Anthony, Staff Writer January 21, 2023

The 2023 new year has been nothing short of eventful thus far in the world of politics. To start off the year, there has already been an investigation into President Joe Biden surrounding the discovery...

ETHS Volunteer Fair aims to recruit more students for community service

ETHS Volunteer Fair aims to recruit more students for community service

Mack Jones, Staff Writer January 19, 2023

The Evanston Township High School Volunteer Fair took place on Jan. 19 during Lunch A and B in the Main Lobby. Ten tables replaced the usual furniture in the area, and they were all set up to show volunteer...

Community members still at odds with Northwestern University over plans for Ryan Field

Mack Jones, Staff Writer January 12, 2023

Seventh Ward Alderperson Eleanor Revelle said on Jan. 11 in an interview with Evanston Now that she would not be in favor of Northwestern University's new Ryan Field hosting concerts, if it should be built....

AP Fair brings awareness to extensive AP course offerings at ETHS

Rafi DiCrescenzo, Staff Writer January 8, 2023

On Dec. 19, ETHS hosted its annual AP Fair. The event, which ran all day, was held in the Hub. Students were encouraged to attend during lunch or free periods, where they watched a brief presentation before...

New cafeteria polices announced for second semester

Ethan Ravi, Assistant News Editor December 21, 2022

On Dec. 20, the ETHS administration sent out an email that detailed cafeteria policy changes for the coming year. These changes will take effect during the second semester and are the culmination of a...

2022 Evanstonian Wrapped

2022 Evanstonian staff December 20, 2022

The Evanstonian staff has worked hard all year to share with readers what's been happening at ETHS and in Evanston. Above, check out our rundown of the year that was in Evanstonian content, and below,...

Evanston bookstore Bookends & Beginnings plans to move to new location

Elliot Hoffner, Staff Writer December 20, 2022

Evanston’s beloved independent bookstore, Bookends & Beginnings, has been a popular spot for residents during the eight years since the bookstore opened in June of 2014. Its main shop is currently...

Lines out the door for Evanston Symphony Orchestra’s annual holiday concert

Sophia Siddiqui, Staff Writer December 15, 2022

On Sunday, Dec. 11, ETHS hosted the Evanston Symphony Orchestra’s (ESO) yearly holiday concert. The line for tickets was out the door and wrapping around Dodge Ave as Evanston residents waited for the...

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