Animated Halloween movies may be upsetting to children

Animated Halloween movies may be upsetting to children

Animated movies are written off as being child friendly only because of the fact that they’re animated/not live action. This assumption can be tricky to navigate when it comes to animated movies marketed as Halloween/spooky movies because, to keep that aspect of horror or spooky/creepy, some subject material is too much for younger viewers. Continue reading Animated Halloween movies may be upsetting to children

Photo of the Week: Teens celebrate belated Pride festival

Photo of the Week: Teens celebrate belated Pride festival

Two teens, one wearing a transgender flag and another with the lesbian flag walk through Tower Grove Park to celebrate a belated Pride Month, Sept. 25. Pride Month is June but because of COVID, PrideFest in the city was canceled 2020 and 2021 with Tower Grove Pride coming back in 2021 and being two months later. Photo by Zeke La Mantia Continue reading Photo of the Week: Teens celebrate belated Pride festival

Photo of the week: Volleyball players remember teammate

Photo of the week: Volleyball players remember teammate

Varsity volleyball players senior Avery Terri, sophomore Amelia Kennerly, senior Rachel Sebastian-Asbed, junior Eleanor Kanerva, seniors Hannah Heimann and Sophia Nittinger pose with a teddy bear at the pep assembly on Friday, Sept. 10. The bear was a gift from the Kirkwood Volleyball Program in honor of Webster’s late teammate Kara Wrice. Photo by Jackson Parks Continue reading Photo of the week: Volleyball players remember teammate

Photo of the Week: Starting forward tries for goal

Photo of the Week: Starting forward tries for goal

Junior Oliver Doyle, starting forward for the Webster Groves soccer team, is brought down by Collinsville’s number 3 in the final third during Webster’s first home game this season against Collinsville. The match started with a penalty save by junior Luca Zarky, and it ended with a 2-2 scoreline. Oliver Doyle scored a goal to put the Statesmen ahead before Collinsville scored the equalizer that sealed the match late on. About ambitions for the team, Doyle said, “I feel like we can build from here and start becoming a top-tier team that we want to be.” Photo by Luca Giordano Continue reading Photo of the Week: Starting forward tries for goal

Photo of the Week: Junior competes in high jump

Photo of the Week: Junior competes in high jump

Junior Eliza Maupin competes in the high jump, one of the events that members of Varsity Men’s and Women’s Track and Field participated in at the WG Quad Invitational of 2021 on Friday, April 16, on Moss Field. The Invitational included other events such as javelin throwing and the mile run. The next event for Men’s and Women’s Varsity T&F is Saturday, April 24, at MICDS. Photos by Jaden Fields Continue reading Photo of the Week: Junior competes in high jump