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

The Evanstonian

Opinion | The consequences of removing finals at ETHS

Linnea Mayo, Assistant Opinion Editor April 26, 2021

On Wednesday, March 24, ETHS officially announced their changes for the 2021-2022 school year, and amongst this was the decision to eliminate final exams. In my experience, the entire finals week and time...

Students navigate return anxiety during hybrid transition

Saliha Ansari, Staff Writer April 26, 2021

After 13 long months of complete remote learning, students now have the option of returning back to ETHS for hybrid learning. While being in the vast building of ETHS is something most students would be...

Justice League faces their biggest challenge yet, itself

Justice League faces their biggest challenge yet, itself

Jared Tucker, Staff Writer April 26, 2021

While it may have improved from the original, “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” is still a major misfire, filled with bad storytelling, lackluster CGI and terrible villains.  The first hour of this...

Talent, impact overlooked; Grammy’s 2021 edition

Alice Cutter and Lila Portis April 26, 2021

On Sunday, Mar. 14, the Grammy Awards returned for its 63rd anniversary. Hosted by comedian Trevor Noah, the 2021 Grammy Awards boasted performances from Dua Lipa, Harry Styles, Taylor Swift, Meghan Thee...

Loyola Academy controversy further exposes white privilege, defensiveness on the North Shore

Jojo Wertheimer and Ingrid Halverson April 26, 2021

At the end of March, Fox News published an article titled “Chicagoland prep school Loyola shames White privilege in student assignment.” Like many others living in the Chicagoland area, this sparked...

COVID-19 Dashboard aims to offer community transparency

Eden Drajpuch, Feature Editor April 26, 2021

The recent start of hybrid learning at ETHS brought the District 202 COVID Dashboard, a page dedicated to tracking the number of students and staff members who have either tested positive for COVID-19...

Plans for graduation continue amid COVID-19

Elise Goulding, Staff Writer April 26, 2021

ETHS Class of 2021’s graduation will be a combination of in-person and online ceremonies, and although there have been many delays in ETHS’s official plans for senior celebrations, administrators hope...

Opinion | Why I didn’t opt into hybrid learning

Maddie Coyle, Opinion Editor April 26, 2021

On March 1, ETHS announced their plan to initiate a hybrid learning program, after students spent the last year learning virtually. The plan called for students to opt into the hybrid learning plan with...

Popular artists release new 2021 jams

Sydney Hletko, Staff Writer April 26, 2021

Chemtrails Over the Country Club  Lana Del Rey Pop March 19, 2021 On March 19, Lana Del Rey released her eighth studio album, titled “Chemtrails Over the Country Club,” and it fits in...

Mad style: Hot Girl [Skinny] Summer

Mad style: Hot Girl [Skinny] Summer

Madison McGuire, Arts & Entertainment Editor April 26, 2021

Body positivity, inclusivity, photoshop, Instagram feeds, backhanded compliments, and TikToks: the never-ending cycle of what it feels like a thin person’s world. Social media is driving the body positivity...

A call for conscience: the layers of sexism at ETHS

A call for conscience: the layers of sexism at ETHS

Whether it is whispers in the halls, outright sexist comments in the classroom or an objectionable view of women and their role in the world—sexism is very much alive and well in schools, including ETHS.
Students, staff react to hybrid return

Students, staff react to hybrid return

Jilian Denlow and Sydney Hletko April 26, 2021
August 17, the first day of the 2020-21 school year, was not the start anyone would’ve hoped for. A few weeks of online learning quickly turned into months, and now, as May approaches, ETHS has finally decided to take the next step, allowing students and staff to break routine and enter the building after many months of learning and teaching behind a computer screen. 
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