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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

Ethan Ravi

Ethan Ravi, Assistant News Editor

Hi! My name is Ethan Ravi (he/him). I’m a junior, and this year I’m the News Editor. This is my third year on staff, previously I was the Assistant News Editor (sophomore year), and a staff writer (freshman year). I love writing for the Evanstonian because I get to work with our wonderful staff to tell important Evanston stories. Outside of the paper, I play tennis for the ETHS team, work at a local tennis shop, compete on the Math Team and participate in peer tutoring. In my free time, I enjoy reading, seeing friends and family, playing the piano and drinking coffee.

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A sign showing the way to new the Arts & Innovation Office.

New department unites teachers across disciplines

Ethan Ravi, News Editor August 15, 2023

As the start of the 2023-2024 school year approaches, one of the major changes to the ETHS curriculum is the arrival of a new department, titled Arts & Innovation. This department would combine the...

The basics of The Evanstonian

The basics of The Evanstonian

Ethan Ravi and Sophia Siddiqui August 15, 2023

About Us Since 1916, The Evanstonian has been the official student newspaper for Evanston Township High School in Evanston, Ill. The opinions of an opinion writer or columnist belong to the writer and...

Major news events since Class of ‘23 entered ETHS

Ethan Ravi, Assistant News Editor May 11, 2023

Over the past four years, much has changed in our world, from influential social justice movements to major advancements in technology. Here are some of the biggest events that have transpired, with their...

April 24 City Council meeting focuses on gun safety, sustainability goals

Ethan Ravi, Assistant News Editor April 26, 2023

On April 24, the Evanston City Council convened for their bimonthly meeting. This time, the conversations focused on the April 12 shooting at Clark Street Beach, as well as carbon reduction goals for Evanston’s...

Photo by Ahania Soni

Canal Shores tees off on renovations

Ethan Ravi, Assistant News Editor April 20, 2023

The Canal Shores golf course, stretching from Sheridan Road in Wilmette to Noyes Street in Evanston, is looking to renovate the links from top to bottom. The renovations, totaling around $5 million, are...

Local rep. Gabel becomes Illinois House Majority Leader

Ethan Ravi, Assistant News Editor March 15, 2023

Robyn Gabel has been in the politics business for a long time. For the past 12 years, she has served the 18th District, which includes Evanston, in the Illinois House of Representatives. On Jan. 13,...

Second Ward

Mack Jones, Ethan Ravi and Tarek Anthony March 15, 2023

The Second Ward contains the border between Evanston and Skokie at McCormick Blvd. Also included in the Second Ward is Evanston Township High School. Part of the job as the Second Ward Alderperson is to...

Art by Peter Krzystofiak

Always craving more: Evans’ early life

Sam Froum, Ethan Ravi and Mack Jones February 27, 2023
As John Evans lay dying in his Denver home on July 3, 1897, around 173 miles from the site of the Sand Creek Massacre, his life flashed before his weary eyes. Evans, the territorial governor of Colorado at the time of the massacre, had stated in prior interviews he bore no regrets for the tragedy that had resulted from his blinding enterprise. Born in Waynesville, Ohio, Evans had come a long way from home.

City Council meeting heralds conversations concerning Ryan Field, cashless ban

Ethan Ravi, Assistant News Editor January 27, 2023

On Jan. 23, 2023, the City of Evanston held its second council meeting of the new year, and many of the topics that have been heavily debated in recent weeks in Evanston were once again discussed. First...

The wealthier, the healthier; how socioeconomic status affects eating habits

The wealthier, the healthier; how socioeconomic status affects eating habits

Ethan Ravi and Frank Herman January 21, 2023

In the modern world, there are many ways to access food. From high-end restaurants to Walmarts, the range of options can seem virtually limitless to some. But there are many limiting factors that influence...

New cafeteria polices announced for second semester

Ethan Ravi, Assistant News Editor December 21, 2022

On Dec. 20, the ETHS administration sent out an email that detailed cafeteria policy changes for the coming year. These changes will take effect during the second semester and are the culmination of a...

District 202 school board meeting highlights student safety, marginalized student experience

Ethan Ravi, Assistant News Editor December 13, 2022

On Dec. 12, 2022, District 202 held its monthly Board of Education meeting. The meeting commenced with recognition of the community service achievements of sophomore Olivia Ohlson, and board member Monique...

Mixed opinions on next steps for aging animal shelter

Ethan Ravi, Assistant News Editor November 10, 2022

For years, the Evanston Animal Shelter has housed and cared for animals in Evanston that need aid. But in the last few years, plans have been made to demolish the current building and rebuild a new 8,810...

EMPATHY fundraiser aims to feed 10,000 Malawians

Ethan Ravi, Assistant News Editor October 14, 2022

While sitting in one of your classes this year, you might have seen an envelope going around, with students putting their spare change inside and then passing it on. But what is the story behind the envelope,...

New safety enhancements to kick off new school year

New safety enhancements to kick off new school year

Ethan Ravi and Mack Jones September 23, 2022

 On Dec. 16, 2021, when ETHS underwent a lockdown due to students illegally possessing guns on school property, many members of the Evanston community expressed concerns over the safety of students at...

Campbell talks new role, fresh vision

Campbell talks new role, fresh vision

Ethan Ravi and Ahania Soni August 15, 2022

As Marcus Campbell steps into the role of District 202 Superintendent, the Evanstonian spoke with him about his passion for education, his vision for ETHS, and his hopes for his time as superintendent. Q:...

Clare Kelly (Delgado)

Clare Kelly (Delgado)

Ethan Ravi, Staff Writer May 12, 2022

As the end of the school year approaches, it is time to highlight the careers and important achievements of the staff members who have announced their retirement. One of those teachers is Clare Delgado,...

The polls open: students campaign for representative to school board position

Annabelle Harris and Ethan Ravi April 18, 2022

One of the important events at ETHS in the upcoming weeks is the Student Representative campaign. Every year, a few students choose to run for the position of Student Representative to the School Board...

COVID-19 cases drop within ETHS and broader Evanston community

Ethan Ravi , Staff Writer March 18, 2022

As Evanston transitions into spring, one noticeable thing that has been leaving the community, besides the cold weather, is the COVID-19 virus. There has been a significant decrease in the amount of cases...

City of Evanston undergoes Ninth Ward alderperson search

Ethan Ravi , Staff Writer February 28, 2022

Editors' Note: this story was written and published in our print issue prior to Mayor Biss' announcement. As of Feb. 22, Mayor Biss has named Juan Geracaris as the new Ninth Ward alderperson. Geracaris,...

With Omicron looming, ETHS emphasizes COVID-19 protocols

Ethan Ravi, Staff Writer December 23, 2021

It is an uncommon sight to see someone without a mask in the hallways at ETHS, and with the student vaccination rate at 92 percent, it seems that COVID-19 should be under control within the confines of...

DeSalvo’s Pizza to open in Central Street Retail District

Ethan Ravi, Staff Writer November 19, 2021

  There is an empty storefront where Symphony's Cafe used to be located, but it will soon be occupied by DeSalvo Pizza, a new pizza restaurant that will open this month. It will serve pizza by...

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