First big moment I remember from journalism was when Maren DeMargel and I won the 2021 MIPA (Missouri Interscholastic Press Association) Superior and 2021 MIPA Honorable Mention for our story about buses… buses. Continue reading Most amazing print editor says, ‘Goodbye’
“I think things for women in music have always been difficult in a way that most of their listeners won’t even realize,” senior Posey Bischoff said about her experience with sexism in the music industry. Continue reading Singer-songwriter shares what it takes to make it
“One of the things that hurts the most is the friends who don’t believe you, or maybe they do believe you, but they just don’t care,” an anonymous student said about sexual assault. Continue reading Harassment, assault leads to distrust
Webster Groves Winter Reading Challenge takes place from Dec. 1 – Jan. 31. Continue reading Library challenges students to win
“It’s very exciting, but we’ve gotta stay humble,” senior Oliver Doyle said about being ranked number one in the state for men’s Varsity soccer. Continue reading Statesmen soccer scores
“Five cases would be an outbreak, and we’re not there yet,” Nurse Rachel Huertas said about the Mononucleosis cases at the high school.
Mono is transferred by saliva, and its incubation period can be anywhere from four to eight weeks. Not all who are infected become symptomatic. Continue reading Mono infects students at high school
Women’s soccer moved on to State after the District final game against Visitation Academy, with an overall record of 4-8. Continue reading News Brief: Women’s soccer team moves on to quarterfinals
“Harvey is not a fluff piece. Harvey is a very smart, well-written comedy, so I thought I want to do Harvey because about eight years ago we had planned to do Harvey,” drama teacher Todd Schaefer said. Continue reading Cast shares preparation for ‘Harvey’
As the April 5, 2022 School Board election nears, the eight candidates running, some had things to share. Continue reading Candidates run for school board
“We certainly want to make our high school a place where students feel valued and all the different experiences a student can have.” principal Dr. Matt Irvin said. Continue reading Gender neutral bathrooms benefit mental health
Missouri Historical Society is taking stories, artifacts, photographs and others to add to an exhibit at the Missouri History Museum. The goal of this is to show off the diversity and creativity of St. Louis’ LQBTQIA+ community and the history. Continue reading News Brief: Museum features ‘Gateway to Pride’ exhibit
Assistant Principal John E. Thomas announced about 2:20 p.m. that the lockout has been lifted. Police continue to investigate but … Continue reading Breaking News: Webster Groves High School lockout lifted
Teens for Choice STL organized a rally at Planned Parenthood in Forest Park to show support for the services it provides.
People of all ages, genders, sexualities and religions came with signs and stood along the road, cheering when cars honked in approval. Continue reading Teens rally at Planned Parenthood
Drama department performed “10 Ways to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse” by Don Zolidis in the Jerry R. Knight Auditorium Oct. 28-30, at 7 p.m.
Photos by Izzy Poole Continue reading Slideshow: Drama presents ’10 Ways to Survive Apocalypse’
Volleyball players dedicated their Sept. 30, game to honor of late team member Kara Wrice. Team members and spectators wore purple to the game in memory of Wrice, who would wear a purple mask to practice. Money was collected and donated to the Kara Lynn Wrice Foundation. Continue reading Slideshow: Volleyball players remember former teammate