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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

Natalie Weinert

Natalie Weinert, Staff Writer

Hi! My name is Natalie Weinert (she/her), and I am a staff writer for The Evanstonian. I am a freshman, so this is my first year being part of the paper. I am writing for The Evanstonian to improve how I collaborate with people in a team setting, to learn about useful skills and journalism in general, and to have fun with the new people I meet! I play volleyball at ETHS, and I might join other clubs or sports teams as the year goes on. In my free time, I enjoy being with family and friends, playing sports, traveling, reading, and watching TV.

By Natalie Weinert
Jenny Weber, CTE teacher and DECA leader, announced students’ accomplishments as part of the club.

May 14 School Board meeting features reflections on past school year, plans for future

Natalie Weinert, Staff Writer May 18, 2024

On May 14, the District 202 School Board held their last meeting before the end of the 2023-2024 school year. The meeting consisted of a variety of presentations and discussions,  in topics that ranged...

New student phone restrictions set to kick off this summer

Natalie Weinert, Staff Writer April 27, 2024

In an email sent out on April 19, ETHS administration announced upcoming plans to regulate phone use in the school setting. Starting this summer, students will be unable to access their phones during class...

EPD Commander Scott Sophier addressed the City Council at the Feb. 26 meeting.

New community response team to handle eligible emergency calls

Natalie Weinert, Staff Writer April 20, 2024

On Feb. 26, a memorandum recommended that the City Council approve a proposal for implementation of an Alternative Community Response Initiative in Evanston. The proposal called for the creation of a community...

Student Representative candidates share thoughts ahead of April 12 election

Natalie Weinert, Staff Writer April 11, 2024

On Friday, April 12, voting will begin for Student Representative to the District 202 School Board. Students of all grade levels will be able to vote through their myETHS accounts, starting at 9:15...

A step-by-step look at District 65’s superintendent search

Natalie Weinert, Staff Writer March 15, 2024

When District 65’s superintendent, Dr. Devon Horton, resigned in 2023, responsibility fell to the Board of Education to address the unoccupied position. After a timely and eventful search for the ultimate...

The new Arts & Innovation Department aims to unite disciplines.

On the cutting edge

As long-term district initiative conversations began last school year, many ideas were on the table, from policy changes to implementations of new programs. The Board of Education had plenty of issues...

Parents with young children wait to buy tickets, with the multi-leveled tubular playground behind.

New Sky Zone location embraced with enthusiasm by all ages

Natalie Weinert, Staff Writer January 26, 2024

Sky Zone, an entertainment and trampoline park chain, has added another location to its near 300 others spanning the globe. Construction began last summer to transform the former movie theater space,...

Participants moved between booths at the Makers Market, looking at the work of local artists.

Evanston Made holds its final Maker’s Market of the year

Natalie Weinert, Staff Writer October 16, 2023

The Maker’s Market has been going on for almost five years. This year, the event took place on May 7 and Aug. 6, and most recently, on Oct. 8. This event, run by Evanston Made, a nonprofit arts organization,...

Blended Health & Smoothie Bar aims to provide customers with healthy foods that complement their fitness goals.

Evanston embraces smoothie craze with two new stores

Natalie Weinert and Makeda Hausman September 25, 2023

Smoothies, long touted as the perfect healthy snack, are a frequent sight in Evanston. From professionals carrying their morning drink on the way to work to students carrying the beverage around campus,...

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