Webster Groves and Rock Hill community members gather at Henry Givens Elementary School on Sunday, Jan. 19, to honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and his impact on the community.
Attend the St. Louis Women’s March on Jan. 19, beginning at Market Street and 18th Street at 10 a.m.
Contributing writer Emily Goben speaks about the importance of the women’s march.
Junior editor Jaden Fields shares information about the Dr. Martin Luther King Community Celebration, Echo’s NSPA recognition, swim team’s victory and upcoming sports events.
Schools and district offices will be closed today, Friday, Jan. 17, due to predictions of sleet and freezing rain. Monday, schools will be closed to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Day. Classes will resume on Tuesday, Jan. 21.
Statesmen Symphony will have a concert Feb. 6, at 7 p.m. in the Jerry R. Knight auditorium.
The purpose of the concert is not only to showcase what the students have been working on all semester but also to persuade the administrative board to make this a class next school year.
Behind the scenes work of a cafeteria are more thorough than one would assume. The school and Chartwell work together to enforce that every student eats proper meals.
Sophomore Libby Seitz swims the 500 free. Seitz won this event. Webster beat Oakville 132-38 at the meet Tuesday. Photo by Emily Goben
Entertainment editor Emily Stisser and print editor Lindsey Bennett shares information about All Write contests and upcoming sports.
Harry Styles has made his long awaited return.
Harry Styles’ second album, “Fine Line,” came out on Dec. 13.
Comprehensive in soulful guitar riffs, rich imagery and unparalleled background vocals throughout, “Fine Line” asserts Styles continued 70s influence.
Jaden Fields Junior Editor Women’s basketball started its season with its first game on Thursday, Dec. 5, against Lutheran South. The team is led by head coach Josh Spuhl, who’s coming in for his third year as head coach.Winning is… Read More ›
Auditions for “God of Carnage” will be the second week of January, and the show will run for four days, April 1-4.
Going into “Frozen 2,” there were high expectations fluttering the room due to how amazing the first “Frozen” was. Unfortunately, these expectations were not met.