When photojournalist Tiffany Esters came to speak to the ECHO journalism campers, two teams of campers wrote stories about her visit. Junior journalists Noah Lodes, Diego Dugue de Estrada, Anderson Take and Raphael Maurice with guidance from ECHO counselors Colin… Read More ›
Story by junior journalists Marcie Buescher, Mae Brent, Katie Irish, Iris Rycenga, Noah Lodes, Kathryn Clark, Hunter Farish, Anderson Take, Therese Schuster, Diego Dugue de Estrada, Raphel Maurice and Michael Cook with help from ECHO guides Ashli Wagner, Riley Mullgardt,… Read More ›
Radio show host visits with campers By Amalia Garcia-Montague, Ella Elias and Nina Thompson Kenny Murdock of the Murdock Report visited with a group of young journalists of the ECHO summer camp to speak with them about his life experiences… Read More ›
ECHO summer journalism campers discussed the basics of photography and then set out to practice those skills on July 19. Team 1 Team 2 Team 3
Junior journalists at ECHO’s summer journalism camp answer questions about what they think journalism and reporting involve.
By Michael Blessing, Rachel Brenne, Caroline Cromwell, Ella Elias, Natalie Felgenhauer, Amalia Garcia-Montague, Joe Harned, Mike Li, Ethan Sanders, Nina Thompson and Sydney Thorton with guidance from Aerin Johnson and Andy Kimball Entertainment Columnist Abby Botan spoke to journalism campers… Read More ›
KMOX reporter Michael Calhoun visited with Junior Journalists at the ECHO journalism camp on July 15. Each team then wrote stories about the visit. Calhoun advises campers to be curious Counselors Ashli Wagner and Caroline Fellows Campers Kolby Cunningham, Chloe… Read More ›
Junior journalists Ivy Clark, Benjamin Pires, Marshall Hoover, Sloane Carfield and Julia Fowler and counselors De’Andre Scott and Keillyn Johnson use a camera to explore the high school campus at ECHO journalism camp on July 14.
Before ECHO journalism camp began on July 14, campers were asked several questions about journalism. These answers were fed in to a wordcloud generator, which makes a graphic where in the words most often used are larger. When ask to… Read More ›
Junior journalists Julia Mossinghoff, Audrey Turley, Olivia van Hoornbeek, Chase Donnelly and Jackson Baciek with counselors Jake Collins and Riley Mulgardt take profile photos using the high school campus as their backdrop on July 14.
Junior journalists Sarah Pires, Christian Brennan, Hadley Hoskins, Natalie Harhausen and Sky Mueller with guidance from counselors Gracie Hedenberg and Aerin Johnson practice photographic skills at the Webster Groves High School campus.
Junior journalists Kolby Cunningham, Shea Goggin, Ellie Sterbenz, Isabella Stewart and Chloe Conrad with the guidance of camp counselors Ashli Wagner and Caroline Fellows set about to take photos representing rule of thirds, stop the action, framing, lines, filling the… Read More ›
Jackson Bacilek, Christian Brennan, Sloane Carfield, Ivy Clark, Chloe Conrad, Kolby Cunningham, Chase Donnelly, Isabella Dyson, Julia Fowler, Shea Goggin, Natalie Harhausen, Marshall Hoover, Hadley Hoskins, Julia Mossinghoff, Sky Mueller, Benjamin Pires, Sarah Pires, Ellie Sterbenz, Isabella Stewart, Audrey Turley,… Read More ›
Advisor’s note: ECHO campers were asked to interview family members or friends and to write brief profiles. Junior journalist interviews grandfather Benjamin Pires Robert Lewis was born in Michigan 1944 to Betty and Lynox Lewis. His dad got a degree… Read More ›
Advisor’s Note: KMOV TV anchor Diana Zoga visited the WGHS ECHO journalism camp to talk to campers, who were in third through sixth grades, about broadcast journalism and her career. The campers then broke into three teams and wrote stories about… Read More ›
Before ECHO’s summer journalism camp started, junior journalists were asked, “What is Journalism?” “What is News?” and “What Makes a Good Story?” We fed their answers into the Wordcloud generator at http://www.jasondavies.com to create the following:
As part of journalism camp, junior journalists devised a question to conduct man-on-the-street interviews. This year’s questions were “Who is your favorite superhero?” and “What superpower would you most like to have?”