No, this isn’t another review no one asked for, or a column for my classmates to post and roll their eyes about (people might, I’m used to it). It’s my farewell to Webster and the Echo: something I’ve been crafting up in my head for about a year now. Continue reading Editor-in-Chief exits high school drama series after four seasons
Senior Bella Ferrell has really done it all, but she doesn’t know it all just yet.
Of the many extracurriculars she’s dabbled in throughout high school, like Lumberjack Club, Feminist Coalition, Student Council or cheer her freshman year, Ferrell still hasn’t found her niche. Continue reading Senior yet to find herself
Senior Londin Furfaro could be the picture definition for an involved student at WGHS.
Furfaro said, “I really liked doing everything. I’ve been a manager for the Varsity baseball team all four years, co-president of Interact Club. I was in Best Buddies freshman and sophomore year, helped on the yearbook a bit. I’m in National Honors Society and have been in the marching band/wind symphony for all of my high school career. I also am on the Equity Advisory Committee and have been since freshman year which has recently just started really being noticed finally.” Continue reading Senior looks back on WGHS’ impact, past and future
Students might know senior Zeke La Mantia through his always changing and evolving hair colors or from behind the stage lights of Knight Auditorium. Continue reading Senior ‘ready to leave’
Senior Astrid Thorn will attend Colorado State University to study psychology. Colorado may be far, but Thorn plans to take her studies even further. Continue reading Senior to take on Colorado, psychology
Webster Groves councilwoman Laura Arnold was elected mayor on Tues, April 4, defeating former councilwoman Kathy Hart with 54% of the vote in the most recent elections. Continue reading News Brief: Webster Groves elects new mayor, school board members
Twitter’s favorite British pop star Charli XCX has returned with her fifth studio album “CRASH.” In true XCX-fashion, the album leaked on Twitter weeks prior, but its official release date was March 18. Continue reading Review: Charli XCX CRASHES charts with new album
Students have noticed a difference in crowd size and support between men’s and women’s sports. Continue reading Students notice lack of support in women’s sports
Assistant activities director turned head football coach Munir Prince has officially resigned from his positions at WGHS. Continue reading Head football coach position open once again
Every teen’s favorite show and new Sunday night ritual “Euphoria” returned for its highly-anticipated second season on Jan. 9. Continue reading Review: ‘Euphoria’ season 2 lacks eye glitter
I appreciate the concern and the maturity in the letter. It was never mine or Ava’s intention to offend anyone or promote or endorse hurtful, negative things about body image and identity. These aren’t things that align with mine or Ava’s beliefs or experiences. It was never our intention to promote anything bad or toxic. Continue reading Editor-in-Chief responds to ‘Ins and Outs’ Letter to the Editor
If you all are familiar with the concept of a collab, that’s what this is. The senior editors of the Echo are back this time with the “In’s and Out’s of 2022.” Continue reading Editors determine what’s ‘in’ and what’s ‘out’
The latest and fifth installment of the iconic, comedic and meta slasher franchise “Scream” hit theaters on Jan. 14, and I’m definitely answering the phone for this movie. Continue reading Parks’ Perspective: Is ‘Scream’ ‘favorite scary movie’-worthy?
Kinetic Wellness is a new course for the 2021-22 school year. The physical education class differs from the usual gym class, as it is structured around mental health and the positive effects that movement can have. Continue reading Teacher gives insight on mental health-focused class
Through another school year of masks and always-changing schedules, students are feeling stressed more than ever. Whether it be an increased course load, college applications or COVID concerns, this feeling is more than stress: academic burnout. Continue reading Academic burnout plagues students
“Riverdale” returned for its sixth season with a 5 episode special event on Nov. 16, but with a different town name. However, the town’s name is not the only thing that has changed. Continue reading Review: ‘Riverdale’ returns with 5-episode special event and new name
In an effort to prevent rising COVID cases, a new interim lunch has been added temporarily for the next few … Continue reading News Brief: New interim lunch added to prevent rising COVID cases
Grant’s Farm is continuing their annual Holiday Lights Drive-Thru Experience this year for every night until Jan. 2, from 5-9 p.m. Continue reading News Brief: Grant’s Farm hosts Holiday Lights Drive-Thru Experience