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The Evanstonian

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

The Evanstonian

Quinn Hughes, Staff Writer

By Quinn Hughes
Vetements and capitalist abstraction

Vetements and capitalist abstraction

Quinn Hughes, Staff Writer February 22, 2021

In the middle of the 20th century, capitalism found itself in a transition as it transformed into a version of itself that attempted to be physically identical to, but materially different from, the world...

Corona community cookbook

Adrian Cyrus, Quinn Hughes and Oren Davidson October 20, 2020

An opportunity has arisen for students e-learning at home to flex their creative skills in the kitchen. From old family recipes to new creations; from nutritious to sweet, the ETHS student body has been...

We Got It! Part III: Riot in G Major

Quinn Hughes, Staff Writer January 31, 2020

“In the interest of imagining what exists, there is an image of Michael Brown we must refuse in favor of another image we don’t have. One is a lie, the other unavailable. If we refuse to show the image...

We Got It! Part II: The Treachery of Images

Quinn Hughes, Staff Writer December 13, 2019

A note from the author This article contains vivid imagery regarding depictions of Blackness and anti-black violence. I choose images in this article as a method of thinking with, and thinking through...

Photos from Atlantic Albums, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, N.W.A., Solange, World History Archive, Wu-Tang Clan, CC Media

We Got It! Part I: Real n— don’t die

Quinn Hughes, Staff Writer August 21, 2019

Real n— don't die But they still want to try To kill a n----   like me but motherf-' real n----   don't die! - Eazy E What is dying? What is n----   dying? What is the sight of, sound...

Illustration By Kayla Black

Still Love These Lonely Places: A Hauntological Analysis of Evanston

Quinn Hughes and Henry Eberhart April 26, 2019

Chief Seattle may or may not have said… “The young men, the mothers, the girls, the little children who once lived and were happy here...still love these lonely places. And at evening the forests...

Photos courtesy of  Aaron Carney and the Library of Congress.

On the Intimacies of Failure

Quinn Hughes, Staff Writer March 22, 2019

Content Warning: This article deeply discuss themes surrounding anti-Blackness within the United States. It also graphically describes the murder of Emmett Till. Reader discretion is advised. In the...

Colonial Algebra

Colonial Algebra

Quinn Hughes, Staff Writer November 12, 2018

*Content warning: This article talks in-depth about genocide, homocide, sexual violence and suicide. Please read at your own discretion. The business of transforming a human being into an object is...

Designed by Trinity Collins

Consumptions of Blackness in Academic Spaces

Quinn Hughes, Staff Writer October 2, 2018

With an increasingly diversifying curriculum in school districts across the country, black and brown authors are appearing on more class reading lists than ever before -- James Baldwin, Ta-Nehisi Coates,...

Letter to the editor: In response to ‘Patriots or Pigs?’ (Nov. 3)

Quinn Hughes, Class of 2021 November 21, 2017

Evanston police officers do a vital job in keeping us safe, however defending the police while ignoring the voices of black people perpetuates a system of oppression. The police do an important job...

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