Senior Astrid Thorn will attend Colorado State University to study psychology. Colorado may be far, but Thorn plans to take her studies even further.
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.
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.
Students have noticed a difference in crowd size and support between men’s and women’s sports.
Assistant activities director turned head football coach Munir Prince has officially resigned from his positions at WGHS.
Every teen’s favorite show and new Sunday night ritual “Euphoria” returned for its highly-anticipated second season on Jan. 9.
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.
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.”
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.
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.
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.
“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.
In an effort to prevent rising COVID cases, a new interim lunch has been added temporarily for the next few weeks. The interim lunch only affects the following departments: Ac Lab, Study Hall, Math and World Language. The new lunch… Read More ›
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.
Junior Bennet Loving took home his second consecutive State championship at the Class 1 MSHSAA men’s state swimming and diving championship on Nov. 12.
English teacher Melissa Rainey has been suspended indefinitely for her involvement in a senior flash mob to celebrate Spirit Week and its class theme of “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”
A mere seven months after her folkish, subtle and classic Jack Antonoff-produced album, “Chemtrails over the Country Club,” Lana Del Rey has returned with an introspective and daring 15-track affair, “Blue Banisters.”