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

The Evanstonian

Eli Marshall, Feature Facilitator

My name is Eli Marshall, and this is my second year with The Evanstonian and my first as a feature facilitator. I have had a passion for writing from a young age and love writing for the features section as it allows me to cover a variety of topics, such as music, politics, and Internet culture. Outside of The Evanstonian I enjoy watching sports and movies and browsing the Internet.

By Eli Marshall

Behind the screens of e-learning

Eden Drajpuch and Eli Marshall September 24, 2020

Now that e-learning at ETHS is well underway, The Evanstonian wanted to extend gratitude to some of the incredibly talented and hardworking staff members that students and staff don’t often see. Each...

ETHS students, teachers adapt to AP and standardized testing changes

ETHS students, teachers adapt to AP and standardized testing changes

Eli Marshall and Noah Kayaian May 18, 2020

Although spring in the academic calendar is typically the season of standardized testing, in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the AP and SAT tests are not among the personal priorities of some...

Quarantine Critiques: Movies

Eli Marshall, Max Weber and Sophie Yang April 3, 2020

Call Me By Your Name, Staff Writer Sophie Yang Timothee Chalamet’s incredible performance in this film keeps you watching for the entire two plus hour runtime.  I would recommend watching...

The end justifies the memes: analysis of memes on contemporary society

The end justifies the memes: analysis of memes on contemporary society

Eli Marshall, Feature Facilitator February 28, 2020

It’s a familiar sight for many of us. You’re mindlessly scrolling through your phone, sifting through the endless content stream of your social media platform of choice. You see something that catches...

Illustration by Kaila Holland

Social media decade: shaping the 2010s in our memories

Eli Marshall, Feature Facilitator January 31, 2020

After 3,652 days, 120 months, and 10 years, the 2010s decade is in the books. So much time, and so many memories that all of us who lived through the decade have experienced. Even if at the surface it’s...

Illustration by Kayla Black

Like a Waning Stone: Is Our Generation Killing Music Genres?

Eli Marshall, Feature Facilitator December 13, 2019

Pop. Hip hop. Country. Rock. All those words symbolize something much more than just a word to all of us familiar with them -- they’re genres of music, each with their own distinct sound, feeling and...

Illustration By Kayla Black

The Lil Nas X That Could – Old Town Road and Popular Music In The Internet Era

Eli Marshall, Feature Facilitator September 27, 2019

I’m gonna take my horse to the old town road, I’m gonna… I’m sure if you’ve been on the Internet, listened to the radio, or even just been in a public place this summer, you could finish the...

The inner workings of internet communities

The inner workings of internet communities

Eli Marshall, Staff writer April 26, 2019

Social media. It’s an integral part of our lives today. We often talk about the negative effects of it -- how addicted we are to it, how it impacts our sleep, how it hurts our self esteem and causes...

Chart Sobbers: The Melancholy State of Popular Music

Eli Marshall, Staff Writer December 26, 2018

It’s something anyone can appreciate and love, but a lot of different genres, or even time periods, can come to mind when one says “music.” With the advent of the Internet, particularly the...

Evanston hopes to “rock the vote” at the upcoming midterm elections

Evanston hopes to “rock the vote” at the upcoming midterm elections

Eli Marshall and Noah Kayaian November 3, 2018

With the midterm elections just around the corner on Nov. 6, anyone old enough to vote will inevitably be surrounded by voting propaganda. However, historically, voter turnout in the midterms has been...

Freshman Grayson Charlton plays Xbox

Video game addiction plagues teens

Eli Marshall, Feature Writer January 9, 2018

One more minute. Teens love video games, sometimes to the point where it is difficult just to put the controller down, and it affects other aspects of daily life. While video game addiction is something...

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