The Women’s March has been happening since January 2016. This march takes place all across the country. The one in St. Louis will occur on Saturday, Jan. 17, at 10 a.m.
The weather will be quite cold, but will not be cancelling it.
WGHS student groups, including Step Team and the Chamber Choir, have been invited to participate in the upcoming MLK Celebration. This Sunday, Jan. 20, is the march and celebration in Webster and Rock Hill.
Varsity basketball has had massive success (i.e. winning back-to-back State Championships) in the past years, but after losing star players: Courtney Ramey and Carte’are Gordon, the success of the teams been doubted by some. Last season, the team won State… Read More ›
Zora Thomas Contributing Writer “The Hate You Give,” a PG-13 rated movie based after the creation of the book “The Hate You Give” by Angie Thomas, was released on Oct. 19, and is still in theaters now. The thrilling, well-scripted… Read More ›
Junior Grace Lock swims at the Nancy Brandt Invitational at Rockwood Summit High School. The invitational was on Jan. 9 and 10 at 4:30 p.m. both days. Photo by Elise Keller.
Social media manager Rosa Parks shares this week’s headlines: Winter Homecoming, Tutoring Center, bus passes, Thescon, Marketing II’s New York Trip and All Write. Also graphics editor Colin Shue interviews Basil Sessen about Thescon.
Isabella Ferrell Contributing Writer Plenty of films in the last decade have circled the topic of substance abuse. Movies like fictional films “A Star is Born,” to autobiographical films like “Moonlight” capture the heartbreaking reality of addiction. “Beautiful Boy” does… Read More ›
Ethan Ryan Contributing Writer Freddie Mercury was a maestro, making doubters bite the dust while rocking his way to being a champion until his final breath. “Bohemian Rhapsody” depicts his infinite legacy as per the phrase “fearless lives forever.” The… Read More ›
Elise Wilke-Grimm Contributing Writer Come to Clover and the Bee in Webster Groves and expect a trendy and enjoyable experience. Cozy coffee shop in the morning and upbeat outlet at night. Clover and the Bee serves breakfast, lunch and dinner…. Read More ›
Graphics editor Colin Shue reminds students about the dangers of driving while intoxicated. Visit Our Sponsors!
Jaden Fields Contributing Writer Every time December rolls around, hundreds of Christmas films are released. Every year more come out, but one could argue not of these could ever compare to “A Christmas Story.” Bob Clarks’ “A Christmas Story” is… Read More ›
Samantha Massena — Contributing Writer
Netflix’s sequel to “The Christmas Prince,” was all over the place with the plot. It came out on Nov. 3, of this year.
For most people, the winter months are filled with joy. For people with seasonal affective disorder, it’s a different story.
Annabelle Lewis Contributing Writer “Home Alone,” a 1990’s comedy that features Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin) an eight year old who accidentally gets left behind after his family leaves for Christmas vacation. This movie runs for 1 hour and 43 minutes… Read More ›
Almost 100 protesters gathered outside of city hall on Tuesday, prior to a city council meeting, to protest the hire of Neil Bruntrager.
Social media manager Rosa Parks, video editor Evelyn Trampe and photo editor Colin Shue ask students about their favorite holiday traditions and songs.
Webster Groves plays Parkway South on Dec. 10 in the Roberts gym. Parkway South won 46-38.
Photos by Greg Frazier
A male student sent unsolicited sexually explicit photos to another student. This may seem like one disturbing event created by an outlier, male student. However, this doesn’t represent one situation that occurred between two students, but many parallel alleged situations… Read More ›
“The Grinch,” delightfully depicts Dr. Seuss’s classic 1957 short story “How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” on the big screen. Brightly produced by Illumination Entertainment, the animated film showcases childlike thrills associated with the Christmas season.
As winter approaches, people aren’t very focused on hauntings, but Halloween doesn’t end have to end in November. For anyone wanting some holiday scares, “The Haunting of Hill House” is the perfect option.
Participant in Breakfast with Santa makes paper snowflakes. Participants also made reindeer food and sat on Santa’s lap. It was put on as a fundraiser for Marketing II/DECA New York Trip. Photo by Lindsey Bennett
Junior editor Elise Keller shares this week’s news: bake sale and finals. Also this week’s news cast gives a taste of social media editor Rosa Parks report on students’ holiday favorites. Support Our Sponsors
This is the fourth issue of the 104th year of the ECHO. Contents include: *SAD should be taken seriously *WGSD should redistribute calendar *Op-ed: Unsolicited sexual photos are sexual harassment *High school to have late starts next year *Closed campus… Read More ›
Senior Stevie Wright and Malachy Simpson defend at the game, Thursday Dec. 6, against Gateway High School . Photo by Jaden Fields
Junior Musa Siddiqui discusses his experience around religious holidays and school.
Contributing writer Ethan Ryan reports on the Nov. 2, Night in the Courtyard. The DECA event featured student musicians and raised money for DECA’s New York trip.
Podcast editor Maeve Taylor reports on the attitude of senior football players going in to Turkey Day.
Samantha Massena — Contributing Writer
Orchestra, led by director Andrew Pulliam, will perform its first concert on Tuesday Dec. 4, 7-9 p.m. in the auditorium.