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


New way to track community service hours in SchooLinks

Elise Goulding, Staff Writer October 14, 2022

This year, ETHS has moved the platform that students track community service hours on from myETHS to SchooLinks, which is used primarily for College and Career readiness. Students can submit by clicking...

Evanstonians talk prevention, support during breast cancer awareness month

Clara Gustafson and Hannah Cervantes October 14, 2022

When October begins, so does breast cancer awareness month. In Evanston this means events to raise awareness and support for those with breast cancer, those who have beaten it, those working to help those...

Students take to Chicago streets to push for climate change action

Annabelle Harris and Rosie Witt October 14, 2022

According to NCEI’s Global Annual Temperature Rankings Outlook, it is almost certain that the year 2022 will be among the 10 warmest years on record, which will be detrimental to our planet and its ecosystems....

Activities, volunteer fairs engage students in ETHS community

Ella Cleary , Staff Writer October 14, 2022

In the last month, the school has organized and hosted two separate events designed to inform students about activities outside of class, the Student Activities Fair and the Volunteer Fair. On Wednesday...

A positively glowing evening: Homecoming 2022

Lily Kellams and Stella Morten October 14, 2022

This year ETHS is making a switch from formal to relaxed with the new student picked glow in the dark Homecoming dance theme. Bright lights and neon colors filled the fieldhouse this Saturday for homecoming,...

Here and back again: North Shore Century bike ride

Hazel Michener and Lia Mirza October 14, 2022

The 37th annual North Shore Century bike ride took place on Sept 18. The 100-mile ride started at Dawes Park, looped up to Kenosha, Wisconsin, and then ended back in Dawes Park. Around 2,200 people attended...

EMPATHY fundraiser aims to feed 10,000 Malawians

Ethan Ravi, Assistant News Editor October 14, 2022

While sitting in one of your classes this year, you might have seen an envelope going around, with students putting their spare change inside and then passing it on. But what is the story behind the envelope,...

Ten students named National Merit Scholarship semifinalists

Maggie Huston, Staff Writer October 14, 2022

Test takers who score in the top one percent of the PSAT become National Merit Semifinalists, a significant achievement for many students. ETHS recently congratulated nine of its seniors on this academic...

New pro-choice club helps students ‘keep that power’

Mackenzie Greco and Maeve Haughey October 14, 2022

New to ETHS this year is the Pro-Choice club, run by Elizabeth Wenning and Yudora Petraitis. Wenning had the idea when she saw a pro life club started at that school, and thought she would do the same...

Life-long Evanston resident named Second Ward Alder

Tarek Anthony, Staff Writer October 14, 2022

In light of the resignation of former Second Ward Alderman Peter Brathiewhite, Mayor Daniel Biss has appointed fifth-generation Evanston resident Kristian “Krissy” Harris to serve as the interim Alderperson...

Health-focused options shift Evanstons food scene

Health-focused options shift Evanston’s food scene

Elliot Hoffner, Rafi DiCrescenzo, and Maggie Huston September 24, 2022

The past few years have brought quite a bit of change to Evanston, so it’s no surprise that its restaurants are undergoing a drastic transformation as well. More and more chain restaurants have begun...

Edzos eyes spring re-opening

Edzo’s eyes spring re-opening

Sophia Siddiqui, Staff writer September 24, 2022

Edzo’s has been an Evanston staple for years, bringing people of all ages together to enjoy a classic American meal. From their iconic fries, burgers and shakes to their convenient pricing and philanthropic...