Print Version: WG ECHO February 2018 Issue

This is the sixth issue of the 103rd year of the ECHO.

Contents include:
* Educate to destigmatize eating disorders
* ‘Trump Bump’ doesn’t improve wages
* Oppression lives on at Webster
* WGHS hosts qualifiers for history bowl
* St. Louisians race for congressional seat
* Clark announces retirement
* All Write provides opportunities for student interns
* ECHO shares history of Webster Groves
* Women’s swim team finishes season 7-1
* Women’s swim places 7th at State
* Review: “50 Shades Freed” receives negative reviews
* 34-year-old speedrun record revoked
* Black journalists need recognition
* Orchestra performs at Carnegie Hall
* Drama departments performs Broadway Revue
* Willie’s Comic


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