Updated Print Version: WG ECHO April 2019 Issue

This is the eighth issue of the 104th year of the ECHO.

Contents include:
*THRIVE launches opportunities next fall
*Choir travels, performs at Carnegie Hall
*Chelsea Center director reassigned
*Concluding One Acts festival coming in May
*DECA students compete at Nationals
*Faculty members will move on from Webster
*Changes made to VISTA, Statesmen Center
*School shootings generate anxiety in students
*Earth necessitates individual, school-wide sustainibility
*Mathes named head Varsity basketball coach
*Golf team’s freshmen make difference
*Cashel retires after 25 years of coaching
*Despite spring obstacles, team has 9-7 record
*Social media normalizes stimulant misuse
*YouTube inadequately deals with sexual exploitation of children
*Review: “Us” builds psychological horror through twists
*Willie’s Comic

 


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