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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

Amissa Page, Online Executive Editor

My name is Amissa Page, I’m an Online Executive Editor as well as a layout editor for the Evanstonian, so I oversee the our website and the design of the paper, and I’ve been on the paper for three years. I love journalism because it’s a tool for communication and justice. Outside of the paper, I like to draw, garden and hang out with my friends.

By Amissa Page
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,...

Unity scholarship fair lets seniors explore scholarships

Unity scholarship fair lets seniors explore scholarships

Amissa Page, News Editor February 6, 2017

The Unity Scholarship Fair on Feb. 15 in the Hub will let college bound seniors learn about financial help for college. “The fair is a great way to get our name out there and let students know these...

A group of students eat lunch in the South Study Cafe

Food sampling in The Terrace encourages student input

Amissa Page, News Editor December 16, 2016

The Nutrition Services Dept. will allow students to sample potential meals for next year’s lunch and breakfast menus and provide feedback on foods. “Students are our customers, so their opinions...

Empty Bowl continues community tradition for 16th year

Empty Bowl continues community tradition for 16th year

Amissa Page, News Editor November 22, 2016

To raise money for local soup kitchens and increase awareness about hunger in the community, culinary and ceramics students will team up with the Community Service Club for the 16th annual Empty Bowl event...

Juniors Lily McCartney, Ellie Rogers and Bailey Bossert listen to a representative from Franklin University Switzerland

Seniors head north for affordable college

Amissa Page, News Editor October 28, 2016

While many seniors can’t wait to go out of state for college, leaving the country for school has more benefits than they might think. “Degrees are shorter term and less expensive. Instead of paying...

Wildkit Futures Day to take place on Oct. 19

Amissa Page, News Editor October 10, 2016

Wildkit Futures Day on Oct. 19 will be used for post secondary planning for all grades. Freshmen, sophomores and juniors should be at the school by 8 a.m. and seniors by 9 a.m. for their activities. Oct....

Black Female Summit 2015

Black student summits aim to build off last year

Amissa Page, News Editor September 16, 2016

Changes have been implemented for the Black Female and Male Summits on Sept. 20 and 22 to increase student involvement and add more similarities between the two. “We wanted to make sure that the summits...

Student protesters to continue activism throughout this year

Student protesters to continue activism throughout this year

Amissa Page, News Editor August 22, 2016

In reaction to the recent deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, hundreds of students and residents gathered in the streets of downtown Evanston on July 9 and 14 to participate in student- organized...

Seniors swap college for military duty

Seniors swap college for military duty

Amissa Page, In-Depth Editor May 13, 2016

Answering the call. Nine members of the class of 2016 have answered the call and will join the United States military after graduation. “I value duty and honor and I have a deep respect for veterans,”...

Prom chaperones help commemorate senior milestone

Amissa Page, In-Depth Editor April 26, 2016

Celebrate the moment. ETHS staff highlight the senior milestone by volunteering their time to chaperone prom. “I get to see students in a different light, they’re all dressed up, and in a fun atmosphere,”...

SOAR Students strive for race equality

SOAR Students strive for race equality

Amissa Page, In-Depth Editor November 20, 2015

Race affects everybody. Students Organized Against Racism, known as SOAR, is a club that examines how race shapes our identities through student led conversations. “We want to see how the system can...

True EPD Stories

True EPD Stories

Amissa Page, In-Depth Editor October 30, 2015

“There was a house on Lake Street that had a dummy dressed up like a workman hanging from the roof,” says Cmdr. Joe Dugan. “One of our officers fell for it and called it out over the radio that the...

Computer Learning Month teaches skills for the real world

Computer Learning Month teaches skills for the real world

Amissa Page, In-Depth Editor October 5, 2015

Most people use their computer for fun and games, but Computer Learning Month encourages students to program their technology instead of play on it. Computer science is steadily becoming an important...

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