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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

Abrielle Claude, News Editor

By Abrielle Claude

Exercising your first amendment

Abrielle Claude, Online Writer September 15, 2016

Recent, San Francisco 49ers Quarterback Colin Kaepernick was shamed by many people for not standing up for the National Anthem because he believed our flag still does not represent freedom for everyone....

Zika persists as summer winds down

Abrielle Claude, News Editor August 22, 2016

46 cases of the Zika virus have been reported in Illinois, and as students return from vacation outside of the US, it remains a concern. “This seems to be more of a case where people have traveled,...

Christopher Dammers

Christopher Dammers

Abrielle Claude, Feature Editor May 13, 2016

After teaching for two decades, Christopher Dammers will retire leaving a positive influence on the many students she has guided throughout their high school journeys. “I’ve had students that were...

Ultimate Frisbee team begins a great season

Ultimate Frisbee team begins a great season

Abrielle Claude, Feature Editor April 25, 2016

Ultimate Frisbee is one of the fastest growing sports in the nation, and its popularity is surging here at Evanston, where there is everything from pick up leagues to our very own Ultimate Frisbee team. “It’s...

Special Education students receive scholarships and money

Abrielle Claude, Feature Editor March 18, 2016

$20,000. This is the total amount of scholarship money that Lauran Bromley, whose father founded the gaming company SEGA, is donating this year to outstanding students in the Special Education Dept....

Jacaree Masupha, senior; Anthony Calhon, senior; Jayson Sawyer, junior;
Ross Bostick, senior; Zion Waite, junior; Adama Diakhate, junior.

Embracing their roots: It’s a natural black hair movement

Abrielle Claude, Feature Editor February 26, 2016

The natural look. At ETHS, black males are embracing their natural hair by wearing hairstyles that show their natural curls, as well as experimenting with color. From twists to curly ‘fros to box fades,...

Members of the South Asian Middle Eastern Alliance club learn about each others backgrounds and experiences.

S.A.M.E. lets students share their culture and experiences

Abrielle Claude, Feature Editor February 5, 2016

A safe space. South Asian Middle Eastern Alliance club (S.A.M.E.) gives students of this ethnic group, the opportunity to celebrate their history and culture, address current issues, and find a voice...

School initiative creates diversity

School initiative creates diversity

Abrielle Claude, Feature Editor December 18, 2015

There has been a lot of emphasis on closing the racial academic achievement gap, but now ETHS is trying to unite the student body together in social situations outside of the classroom. “It’s always...

Planetarium expands experiences, increases opportunities for other classes

Planetarium expands experiences, increases opportunities for other classes

Abrielle Claude, Feature Editor November 20, 2015

ETHS goes beyond the classroom to provide innovative techniques to enhance classroom learning, and with the recent renovation of the school’s planetarium completed you could receive a new kind of learning...

Emily Roth

Y.O.U. provides opportunity for success

Abrielle Claude, Feature Writer October 30, 2015

Y.O.U. says stay in school. Youth Opportunity United (Y.O.U.) is a youth development agency that offers programs for high school students that help teach students and their families how to positively...

A student does repairs on a Chromebook.

Chromebooks are also for fixin’

Abrielle Claude, Feature Writer October 5, 2015

Sign up to work at the ChromeZone this year. “The ChromeZone improves soft skills, like communication and people skills, but also improves tech and repair skills,” explains David Chan, Director...

ETHS makes transition for Special Education students a smooth one

ETHS makes transition for Special Education students a smooth one

Abrielle Claude, Feature Editor September 18, 2015

A high school environment with a little over 3,000 kids may be a tough adjustment to some students with special needs or disabilities, but ETHS’s Special Education Dept. has created a smooth transition...

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