Business manager Zora Thomas shares contributing writer Sophia DeWald’s special report on Makerspace as well as information about upcoming Spirit Week, Turkey Day and other sporting events.
To win the title of Mr. Webster, a contestant must impress in the talent, video and question and answer categories.
On Nov. 13, in Knight Auditorium, the winner took a cult classic comedy movie and used it to inspire his whole on-stage performance.
Varsity football enters a sudden winning streak after a season of hardships.
Following a game a few weeks ago, Varsity football has seemingly lifted whatever “curse” had been on the team for the past seasons. The sudden success from the team may be credited to one crucial factor: unity.
School theater productions like “Chicago” get students involved in theater, but those who participate in theater outside of school have different opportunities.
The college admissions cheating scandal, progressively lowered acceptance rates and thousands of dollars spent on private test tutoring and college consulting are just a few effects of the extreme college admittance pressure students face today. When will the increasing standard of severity regarding the college process end?
Change for Change is a student led project that will be from Nov. 19-25, to raise funds for the WGHS community closet.
This is an opportunity for students to donate change towards their favorite teacher. The teacher who gets the most change from students will be hit with a pie in the face at the Turkey Day assembly.
Senior Ben Wielselman, Mr. October, dressed as Napoleon Dynamite for the 2000s wins the 2020 Mr. Webster pageant sponsored by the business department and DECA and held in the Jerry R. Knight auditorium Wednesday, Nov. 13.
Contributing writer Ava Musgraves shares this week’s headlines: National Honor Society blood drive, Mr. Webster winners and upcoming sports.
Makerspace presents an opportunity for students to explore their creativity, find independence and make something entirely their own. Makerspace helps students who learn better through hands on activities.
Webster’s 22nd Annual Chili Fest will be Wednesday, Nov. 27, from 5-7 p.m. Hosted by the Parents Club, this is one of their largest fundraisers of the year.
Netflix launched a new miniseries in September that was released to critical acclaim.
“Unbelievable” is adapted from a 12,000 word article “An Unbelievable Story of Rape” by Ken Armstrong and T. Christian Miller published in 2015. It follows a series of rapes in Washington and Colorado from 2008 to 2011. The story won several awards, including the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting.
Poll: Is it okay to listen to holiday music before Thanksgiving?
STUCO nominee, Quinton Nehring, and band nominee, Lillian Ortinau were crowned King and Queen of the 81st annual Friendship Dance on Nov. 2.
There is a specific feeling of being at Camp Wyman. It’s definitely something special, but it is nothing compared to the people I met or the new experiences I had.
Webster Groves School District schools will begin an hour and a half later than usual due to inclement weather, according to a message from superintendent Dr. John Simpson.