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The news site of Evanston Township High School's student newspaper

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Junior Jeremy Schoen at one of his first Soldier Field Chicago Bears games

Opinion | The new Chicago Bears Arlington Heights stadium will benefit Chicagoland

Jeremy Schoen, Staff Writer March 15, 2023

On Feb. 15, the Chicago Bears released a statement declaring that the team officially signed an agreement to purchase 326 acres of property in Arlington Heights. This is a clear sign that the team will...

Opinion | Reflecting on the stereotypes surrounding food from non-Western cultures

Stella Davis, Staff Writer January 27, 2023

It’s not uncommon for stereotypes to emerge among the food of different cultures, whether it’s around the food we assume one might eat or the cliche, white-washed meals that Americans attempt to recreate....

Art by Siobhan Monahan

Opinion | Not a medical diagnosis but still a mental demand: walking the line between eating disorders and disordered eating

Sophia LaFleur, Staff Writer January 27, 2023

It’s awkward when you’re sitting down to eat with your friends and only one or maybe two other people also have a full meal, while everyone else has snacks or nothing at all. Why did I pack such a...

Art by Celia Jefferson

Opinion | Wellness classes, the media, and unhealthy eating habits

Maddie Molotla, Assistant Opinion Editor January 27, 2023

Picture this: it’s sophomore year, and I’m sitting in my Wellness class on the second floor H-hall. Parents and students have already received an email giving us a heads-up on our next unit: nutrition...

Opinion | Brunching in Evanston: the divine right of humankind

Opinion | Brunching in Evanston: the divine right of humankind

Leah Johnson, Staff Writer January 27, 2023

Some scientists believe the final trial mankind must face in order to be qualified as a highly advanced society is harnessing the power of the sun. I, however, argue that we have already crossed it with...

Editorial | In addressing safety, ETHS must center experience of marginalized students

Editorial | In addressing safety, ETHS must center experience of marginalized students

Editorial Board December 16, 2022

When speaking about safety, we tend to hear the word “after.” “After Columbine,” “After September 11th,” “After Sandy Hook,” etc. We use these scarring events as markers to gauge dramatic...

Letter from the Editors | Acknowledging educations origins is key to moving forward

Letter from the Editors | Acknowledging education’s origins is key to moving forward

Meg Houseworth, Maddie Molotla and Sophia Sherman December 16, 2022

When Mayra Bazan Gonzalez was suspended for ten days and recommended for expulsion for carrying pepper spray, the conversations in The Evanstonian office that followed compelled us to investigate the various...

Illustration by Yudora Petraitis

Opinion | AP classes are unwelcoming, isolating for students of color

Simone Jacot-Bell, Staff Writer December 16, 2022

When most people think of safety, they think of the classic definition of it, which is “the condition of being protected from or unlikely to cause danger, risk, or injury.” While this definition is...

Opinion | ETHS needs to keep students aware of safety incidents

Aliya Gillon, Staff Writer December 16, 2022

When it comes to safety at ETHS, there are different ways to evaluate the level of security that students feel within the school walls. In my experience, ETHS, for the past few months, has not been concerned...

Opinion | ETHS’ lack of communication creates panic for student body

Bennett Jefferson, Staff Writer December 16, 2022

One of the biggest issues I have with the safety system is how the school manages informing the students about events that happen in school. For example, early in November, ETHS officials discovered a...

Opinion | A relook at last year’s lockdown

Mary Lister, Staff Writer December 16, 2022

Dec. 16, 2021: COVID-19 cases were doubling, and it was somehow not that cold outside yet. It was early in 3rd period when, suddenly, a code red was announced. At that moment, the school goes on lockdown,...

Letter from Student Union | How Student Union, administration are working towards school safety

Nicole Yao, Student Representative December 16, 2022

Every Thursday afternoon I walk with anticipation into W311, full of ambitious thoughts and ideas, on my way to the weekly Student Union meeting. I enter the room, greeted by the warm welcomes of my peers,...

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