The Evanstonian

The Good, the Bad and What We Could Be

Dylan Kull, Guest Writer

May 23, 2019

Filed under Opinion

NTK! We hate those wealthy, white, ignorant jerks! They are the bad guys, and in this rivalry that we have, that makes us the good guys, right? For as long as our schools have existed, that has been the rhetoric. When my paren...

Reevaluating Antisemitism

May 23, 2019

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Reevaluating Antisemitism For thousands of years, Jews have experienced persecution and oppression in a wide variety of forms. These range from direct assaults by imperial armies to apartheidal policies that prevented Jews from participating in business, taking advantage of pub...

Not Latino Enough

Karina Rodriguez, Guest Writer

May 23, 2019

Filed under Opinion

“To identify oneself with the issues that Latinos confront in U.S. society today is also a conscious choice to acknowledge one’s history and sociocultural background, as well as the need to struggle for social justice.” ...

ETHS Exchange Experience

Hania Farooq, Guest Writer

May 23, 2019

Filed under Opinion

Hi. I am Hania Farooq, an exchange student from Pakistan. I came to America last August and I leave in June. Two years ago, I discovered this prestigious program called Kennedy Lugar Youth Exchange and Study, commonly known as th...

El tiempo vuela

Victoria Palacios, Guest Writer

May 23, 2019

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A lo largo de mis 4 años en ETHS ha sido una montaña rusa. Ya sabes como te dicen que no hagas ciertas cosas en la escuela, bien hazlas. Al ingresar a mi primer año, era la niña nueva. Había vivido en los suburbios d...

Four years in political review

Joe Whitcomb, Staff Writer

May 23, 2019

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

We have grown up in the era of Trump. He declared his candidacy the summer before our freshman year, and four years later, he is the sitting president. As such, we enter adulthood in a forever altered America, one whose self aggrand...

How CBD changed my life

Sophie Noyes, Guest Writer

May 23, 2019

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Every morning before I put in my contacts I take five drops of CBD oil under my tongue. It’s become a part of remedying anxiety symptoms and as a bonus, it tastes like vanilla. But what is CBD? CBD stands for cannabidiol and ...

A reclamation of my Jewish identity

Rachel Krumholz, Executive Editor

May 23, 2019

Filed under Opinion

When I was four years old, I asked my Dad to buy me a Kippah. He did. No one told me that Kippahs were not made for four-year-old girls, rather were traditionally worn by Jewish men. But even if I had been informed of this, I ...

Letter to ETHS

Anonymous, Guest Writer

May 23, 2019

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To the ETHS students and staff: I’ve been struggling for a long time to try and sum up my feelings about my last four years at ETHS. I am extremely excited about what’s to come next year, yet I feel a profound sense of sadne...

The Paradigm of War in high school

Luis Toro, Guest Writer

April 26, 2019

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The paradigm of war is a theory created by Nelson Maldonado Torres. The paradigm of war, as Torres explains, started in 1492 when Columbus came to the Americas and began his genocide of the Native people. This is the war that caus...

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El ser afro latino

April 26, 2019

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