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


Opinion | Open campus lunch for all grades improved social safety

Hazel Hayes, Rosie Witt, Staff Writers February 28, 2022

Throughout the transition back to in-person school, one thing that has been a constant challenge for students is feeling safe and comfortable during lunch, when you physically cannot wear a mask at all...

Opinión | Preguntas de selección múltiple están sobrevaloradas

Maria Gomez, Staff Writer February 28, 2022

Mi vida siempre se ha compuesto de cómo mi  valoración personal  está totalmente determinada por la calificación de un examen o mi GPA. Es muchas veces irritante el saber que mi salud mental solo...

Illustration by Kupu Sumi

Opinion | Mental health days need to be better communicated to students

Linnea Mayo, Opinion Editor February 28, 2022

In the ever-moving and overwhelming cycle of the school day, I often find myself in need of a break. Every week being so full of things to do both inside and outside school, it becomes hard to maintain...

Letter from the Editors | A reflection on Evanston’s past to inform the present

Lauren Dain and Eden Drajpuch January 28, 2022
For our January issue, The Evanstonian decided to stray from our normal format and look more closely at the various points of intersection related to education in Evanston history.
Illustration by Kupu Sumi

Opinión | El colegio no es para dormir, la casa no es para estudiar

Maria Gomez, Staff Writer December 23, 2021

La vida de los jóvenes  se caracteriza por una sola rutina que se repite sin otro propósito que su año escolar. Los estudiantes se esfuerzan por sobresalir y llevar sus años de estudio de una manera...

Opinion | Block periods should have been implemented long ago

Maddie Molotla, Staff Writer December 23, 2021

Almost two years ago, students all around the world were sent home for an “extended spring break” in hopes of eradicating a new virus, COVID-19. Panic spread like a virus itself, those early days were...

Opinion | ETHS’ sophomore advisory program misses the mark

Milo Slevin , Staff Writer December 23, 2021

This year, ETHS is trying out a new Sophomore advisory program. The objective is to provide opportunities for sophomores to organize their goals and start to plan for their future. However, this program...

Opinion | Following COVID protocols is essential after winter break

Marin Ubersox, Staff Writer December 23, 2021

The week of Dec. 12 was incredibly strenuous for every person at ETHS. After a massive COVID-19 spike, the cancellation of all extracurriculars and a terrifying lockdown that lasted for two-plus hours,...

Illustration by Mira Littmann

Opinion | ETHS culture and post-secondary planning

Linnea Mayo, Opinion Editor December 23, 2021

After a year and a half with e-learning, it felt bizarre to step back into the building and tackle in-person learning again. Simultaneously working through the college application process while also taking...

Opinion | Students needed support adjusting to in-person school

Sophia Sherman, Assistant Sports Editor December 23, 2021

After nearly two years of virtual classes, modified curriculums and little-to-no homework, I fully expected to start this semester with a rigorous, more “normal” course load. I expected that this year...

Opinion | El orden siempre ha side desorden

Maria Gómez, Staff Writer November 19, 2021

La política es una de las áreas más complejas y difusas que ha inventado el hombre; está teniendo miles de salidas, razones y maneras de ser ejecutada. Tanto es así, que hasta darle un significado...

Illustration by Aiyana Jehan

Opinion | Eligible students need to utilize their right to vote

Maddie Molotia and Marin Ubersox November 19, 2021

In late 2020, a historic presidential election took place. Many people who’ve never voted in their lives cast a ballot with the hope their candidate of choice would prevail. In fact, half of Americans...