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

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YAMO? More like YA-NO

YAMO? More like YA-NO

Miyoki Walker, Entertainment Columnist October 14, 2017

Although YAMO has reached a high level of prestige over the last 60 years, the hype surrounding the show overshadows its flaws, such as a lack of diversity in casting and tendency to outshine other...

Bridging the digital divide

Zachary Bahar, News Writer September 22, 2017

The internet is a necessity in modern life, but many Evanstonians lack access to this crucial resource. Thus, the Evanston Public Library (EPL) has begun to lend out wifi to Evanston citizens. The program,...

Katy Donati

Katy Donati, Executive Editor September 10, 2017

I dont love politics, I love this school

I don’t love politics, I love this school

Honor Allen, School Board Representative May 27, 2017

I don't love politics. It's interesting, definitely, but I can't deal with American flag lapel pins. Despite this, I spent last year as an elected official, I went to Board of Education meetings twice...

Ben Easington jukes a defender. He will attend USC next fall.

Defying the odds: ETHS boasts ten Division I commits

Only about two percent of high school athletes nation wide reach division one college athletics, but this year ETHS is proud to sport ten division one commits in eight different sports. Since 2008,...

Cell Phone to Cell Block

Carrington York, Opinion Editor March 17, 2017

Be careful. The line between legal and illegal sexting is too thin for many to see. Teens all around the United States are have gotten involved in the “send nudes” trend. According to Knowyourmeme.com,...

SuffrAGE

Ethan Harvey, Opinion Editor March 17, 2017

While some believe teenagers are more naive compared to the rest of society, such qualities should not keep them out of the polls. A citizen’s right to vote at age 18 has been in place since 1971,...

Speak up

Matthew Barbato, Opinion Editor March 17, 2017

While teachers often feel pressure to be objective, sharing their personal opinions with students during class discussion provokes students in a way that promotes positive discourse. The rules surrounding...

Students should value action over labels

Sofia Sant’Anna-Skites, Opinion Editor March 17, 2017

While students may label themselves as liberals, allies or activists, many don’t fully participate in the fight for equity. Attending marches for justice and raising awareness about important issues...

Read new news

Jane Mather-Glass, Opinion Columnist March 17, 2017

Branch out. Only getting news from sources that bolster our opinions ends up limiting our knowledge and perspectives. Many of us get our news from articles shared on Facebook or from CNN notifications...

Punching Nazis

Adam Marquardt, Opinion Writer March 17, 2017

Common wisdom tells us that violence is never the answer, but when our friends and family are threatened by genocide, we cannot respond with business-as-usual. Punching a White supremacist does not make...

SAME students celebrate their culture at recent pep rally.

SAME summit reclaims their stories, identity

Amissa Page, News Editor March 17, 2017

The South Asian Middle Eastern Alliance will hold their second annual summit on Thursday, March 23 under the theme “My story, our strength”, focusing on how current politics affect their identity,...