With a new school year comes new policy changes, and academic lab is no exception. According to the new academic lab syllabus’, “Academic Lab provides an opportunity for students to receive additional tutoring and academic support on a daily basis.”… Read More ›
Senior Jenna Michalski recently raised money for and ran in the Race for Refuge, a 5K, to support victims of sex trafficking.
“I raised over $400.00,” Michalski said. The race was sponsored by an organization called the Covering House, which provides therapeutic housing, community programs and other services in order to educate people about sex trafficking.
Ashli Wagner Video Editor Mitchell Lazarow, senior and Eagle Award nominee, has been a part of several sports and activities at WGHS. Lazarow has played football for four years, two on Varsity, and has played volleyball for four years. Apart… Read More ›
Natalie Johnson Social Media Manager “There are two types of people: There are spoons, and there are casseroles,” said band director Dane Williams, and Thomas Putnam is more definitely a casserole. There are the people who volunteer to bring the… Read More ›
Riley Mullgardt Print Editor Senior Grace Behrle is set to go to Mizzou to major in business and minor in French and psychology. With a 4.07 GPA and a 30 on the ACT, she was also accepted into the Honors… Read More ›
Trinity Madison Ads/Business Manager Seniors Britney, Daria and Taylor Clark are sister triplets graduating with the Class of 2018. Each has a strong legacy and fingerprint at WGHS. Taylor Clark said, “My biggest takeaway [from highschool] is to really focus… Read More ›
Eleanor Marshall Print Editor Maeve Taylor Podcast Editor After weeks of campaigning, junior Evelyn Trampe was elected student council president. Before assuming her position as president, she first served as class vice president, then historian, and most of her junior… Read More ›
Emily Stisser Opinion Editor From clever posters to crazy costumes, promposals continue to capture the high school heart. A promposal is a spin-off word of proposal, except it more relates to corsages, awkward photographs and the infamous party bus. Each… Read More ›
Cole Schnell Junior Editor Ashli Wagner Video Editor Three-hundred-nineteen students that teachers recorded on attendance walked-out to protest gun control on Wednesday, March 14. The topic of gun control is again in the limelight after another mass shooting, this time… Read More ›
Caroline Fellows Editor-in-Chief March is Women’s History Month when people around the United States recognize the contributions of women in history and in daily life. The Feminist Coalition meets every other week on Tuesday mornings and holds mostly educational discussions…. Read More ›
Caroline Fellows Editor-in-Chief Ashli Wagner Video Editor In social studies classes, students learn about world history and United States history. They can recite the emperors of China and the effects of the Civil War. However, there is more history a… Read More ›
Cole Schnell Junior Editor In 1956 after Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, KS, ruling, Douglass High School was closed, and resident black students started at Webster Groves High School in the fall. Simone Cunningham, academic lab teacher and… Read More ›
Cole Schnell Junior Editor Ashli Wagner Video Editor Natalie Johnson Social Media Manager Caroline Fellows Editor-in-Chief TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year is “the silence breakers” because more light needs to be shed on the issues of sexual harassment and… Read More ›