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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

Lily Roback

Lily Roback, Staff Writer

My name is Lily Roback, my pronouns are she/her, and I’m a senior staff writer for Arts & Entertainment. Writing for The Evanstonian expands and grows my abilities as a journalist, and acts as a shared space with people who are equally as passionate and have an equal love for writing as me. I’m also an editor for the Yearbook and enjoy snowboarding and reading in my free time.

By Lily Roback
Murder and mystery return for You Season 4: Part 1

Murder and mystery return for ‘You’ Season 4: Part 1

Lily Roback, Staff Writer March 15, 2023

SPOILERS FOR YOU SEASON 4: PART 1 You is back onto our screens for a fourth season, with Joe Goldberg returning with all his sardonic wit and murderous rampages for another supposed ‘clean slate’...

Art by Siobhan Monahan

Mass killings in America reveal pattern

Sadie Dowhan, Marin Ubersox, Hazel Hayes and Lily Roback February 27, 2023
Violence on the basis of race has repeatedly happened throughout American history because racism is embedded into the fabric of the United States. From the first injustice against Native Americans to modern day, these factors of a massacre have sparked suffering throughout history that continue to affect Indigenous groups. Massacres are not defined by the murderous rampages of a single instance, but the massacre of culture and freedom that Native Americans had cultivated for centuries prior.
Illustration by Kodie Winkler

From school to cinema: how exclusion and regret impact our lives

Lily Roback, Staff Writer December 16, 2022

Through pain overlooked or forgotten in years of history, some directors showcase the concept of safety in communities of marginalized groups. Art can allow these situations to be examined under a small...

The biggest band in Britain is back

Ben Levy and Lily Roback November 14, 2022

Since the Arctic Monkeys stepped onto the scene in England in 2005, they have demanded attention. From achieving numerous awards and acknowledgments, the rock band has always carried a personalized voice...

Opinion | Banning books from schools prevents important conversations from taking place in classrooms

Opinion | Banning books from schools prevents important conversations from taking place in classrooms

Lily Roback, Staff Writer October 14, 2022

To Kill a Mockingbird, Lord of the Flies, The Grapes of Wrath, Catch 22, Slaughterhouse V. The books are classics, meant to be absorbed and devoured in classroom curriculums where students are encouraged...

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