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Frank Herman

Frank Herman, Social Chair

Howdy! I'm Frank Herman! As the Evanstonian's designated S103 coordinator, I'll always handle any questions, comments, or concerns you might have about our beloved backroom. I'm known in some circles for my strategic genius and will accept a challenge to any game. In my spare time, I'm the staff's resident history buff and Theodore Roosevelt enthusiast. I like a good conversation and a game of cards, and will always debate the intense social commentary of Louis Sachar's novel "Holes." Hope to meet you soon! <3

By Frank Herman
YAMO cast alll together onstage at the end of the show

[Photo] ‘YAMO Frightfest’: Unafraid of laughter

November 17, 2023

YAMO cast alll together onstage at the end of the show

Participants gathered around multiple food trucks at the event.

Boosterpalooza 2023: music, fundraising, celebration

Ethan Ravi and Frank Herman September 22, 2023

On Saturday, Sept. 9, the ETHS Booster Club hosted the annual Boosterpalooza at The Autobarn Nissan of Evanston. The event, which aimed to fundraise for various clubs, sports and students activities at...

Photos by Ahania Soni

Weaving cultures together

Frank Herman, Staff Writer, S103 Coordinator April 20, 2023

As you walk through Evanston’s commercial district, the sounds of cars whirring and people stirring are overwhelming and exciting all at once. The ‘L’ Train roars by as Evanston’s inhabitants pass...

Map by Clara Gustafson

Mourning and loss: the events at Sand Creek

Jessica Sehgal, Clara Gustafson and Frank Herman February 27, 2023
On Nov. 29, 1864, when the sun had just begun inching above the horizon, the rumbling sound of approaching hooves abruptly awoke the sleeping tribes. A few village patrons presumptively celebrated at what appeared to be buffalo in the distance. However, the truth of what lay in the distance that morning was far from the hopeful symbol of buffalo and instead grew to be one of the most gruesome and inhumane massacres in American history.
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...

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