Letter from the Editor: The Evergreen Online is critical to a Greenhill journalist’s training.
The Evergreen Online initially had an exciting color scheme of purples, pinks, and greens. The website looked like a blog,Read more.
Senior Column: Making up with makeup
The first time I wore makeup was for my third grade play. Thick coats of mascara were applied to myRead more.
Senior Column: Bird poop heals
Does self-advocacy justify violating societal health norms? Would only a sick soul think so? If so, Dr. Grant Holland, aRead more.
Staff Editorial: The Stoneman Douglas students have spoken, now it’s our turn
We were in our sixth-period journalism class when we got the notification. Reports of an active shooter at Marjory StonemanRead more.
Senior Column: Journalism: a dead language
“Why do you care so much about Latin? It’s a dead language.” In 8th grade I took it upon myselfRead more.
Staff Editorial: Revive Greenhill club culture
Three years ago, during the break between second and third period, the halls of the Upper School were quiet. DuringRead more.
The power of perspective
This past summer, in the car ride from the heart of Prague to a destination about two hours away, IRead more.
Senior Column: What’s my name?
I have no idea how to pronounce my name. My mother says that I am “Ra-day”; my dad says thatRead more.
Senior Column: Actions speak louder than words
I’d never really fed anyone, so it was really hard when I finally did. It didn’t help that I hadRead more.
Senior Column: The Concussion Chronicles
“Okay, Areeba, turn your head to the left,” my doctor instructed. “Sure!” I turn my head to the left. “Good.Read more.
Senior Column: It’s football, not soccer
I’m legitimately beginning to think that I’m a British boy trapped in an American’s body. Well, that may be aRead more.
Senior Column: Tooth Tales
Lying down on a cold, unforgiving chair with a bright light shining down upon me, I remained as still asRead more.
Executive Editor Abbas Hasan weighs in on Aun San Suu Kyi and her indifference to the genocide in Myanmar
Every year, a Nobel Peace Prize is awarded to the individual or individuals who take a stand to make theRead more.
Staff Editorial: The Dangers of Stifling Conversation
Is there a better time or place to have a conversation about free speech? From confederate statues to censorship onRead more.
Director of Debate Aaron Timmons responds to The Evergreen’s “Sexism in Debate” story
To read the “Sexism in Debate” story referenced in the editorial, click here: http://evergreengreenhill.org/sexism-is-a-problem-in-debate-female-debaters-say/ The word that best describes myRead more.
Letter to the Editor: Cindi Timmons responds to The Evergreen’s “Sexism in Debate” story
The Evergreen would like to apologize for the misspelling of Cindi Timmons’ name in our April issue as well asRead more.
Which is better: Macs vs PCs
Pro PC: Pro Mac:Read more.
Which Black historic figure do you feel is underrepresented?
Greenhill Upper School students and faculty share underrepresented Black historic figures in honor of Black History Month. Photo by ZeenyaRead more.
Developing the Art of Charity
Junior Zeenya Meherally writes of her experience in Kenya and the difference between development, charity, and aid. Over this pastRead more.
How to Fix NFL’s Plummeting Ratings
The National Football League (NFL) is in a tough situation right now, and they are doing nothing to fix it.Read more.
Staff Editorial: Why we need an Arabic program
When Upper School French and Arabic teacher, Cherine Chlone, asked her students to identify celebrities from the Arab world, theRead more.
Diary from DC: Eighth grader shares her experience on election night
The eighth grade was on their annual class trip to Washington DC through the election. Here is eighth-grader and MiddleRead more.
The Political Demographics of Greenhill
Breakdown of political parties: Democrat: 43.6% Republican: 18.9% Other: 37.5% Breakdown of Greenhill students stances on social issues: Breakdown ofRead more.
Greenhill Upper School students respond to the election
In the wake of this historic election, Greenhill Upper School students shared their perspective on Trump’s win. Elli Dassopoulos, freshman Alex Kinkead, juniorRead more.
The Evergreen responds to the 2016 election
In the wake of this historic election, several Evergreen staff members shared their perspective on Trump’s win. Simra Abedi, Copy Editor Suman Chebrolu,Read more.
Tartuffe: A Review
I entered the Studio Theater curious about the play I was just about to see. I had never heard ofRead more.
A Message to Media: Confront Your Bias
Sophomore Chase Brown shares his opinion on the media. I am watching this election like a hawk. My futureRead more.
Greenhill Today: A Preview of HomecomingRead more.
Junior writes about volunteer experience at Syrian refugee camp
In the October 2016 issue, the Evergreen covered the Syrian refugee crisis, specifically the refugees in Dallas (pages 10-11). TheRead more.
Photos of Syrian Refugees, cont’d from pages 10-11
Photos courtesy of Zoe Allen, Abbas Hasan, and Alice ZhangRead more.
Mayor of Addison’s letter to Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)
In the October 2016 issue, the Evergreen covered the potential new projects by Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) and it’sRead more.
Review of “Finding Prince Charming”
After an exhausting day of napping in a library study room and staring at freshmen long enough to make themRead more.
Unleash the Power of Eyewitnesses
At school, whenever I see a bully unfairly harassing someone, I am taught to be the “upstander” by breaking upRead more.
The Night through the Eyes of an Immigrant
The room had energy like a Mavericks game. When Trump spoke, he cracked jokes, he vibrantly spoke about issues regardingRead more.
Get in Losers. We’re going campaigning.
It’s 2:00 pm on Wednesday, November 17. Mariachi music fills the gymnasium of Mountain View College as the crowd excitedlyRead more.
Trump’s newest policy: Universities should share the risk of student loans
Two months ago, Greenhill School’s Editor-in-Chief of school newspaper, The Evergreen, attended DonaldRead more.
Why I Won’t Apologize for My Religion
Around midday on Friday, November 13th, my social media was flooded with messages about Paris. I clicked on an articleRead more.
Terrorism Has No Religion
I was picking up my best friend Stephen Crotty on our way to dinner to celebrate his birthday. As soonRead more.
What Did He Just SAY?
How Mr. Trump is using rhetoric to propel his campaign. Donald Trump isn’t a politician. But according to AP governmentRead more.
My Talk with the Donald
It was two hours before Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump’s rally was commencing in my hometown, Dallas, and I hadRead more.