This week’s ECHO Podcast is introduced by technology columnist Sean Mullins and was edited by podcast editor Maeve Taylor. Opinion editor Emily Stisser shares a profile of head softball coach Bryan Gibson. Intro and Outro music is “Poppers and Prosecco” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed… Read More ›
Kirkwood’s annual Greentree Festival, Sept. 14-16, at Kirkwood Park brought community members together through volunteer work, entertainment and activities. Photos by Gretchen Skoglund
This week’s ECHO Podcast is introduced by technology columnist Sean Mullins and was edited by podcast editor Maeve Taylor. English teacher Katie Guymon shares her thoughts about her teaching style. Intro and Outro music is “Poppers and Prosecco” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative… Read More ›
This is the first issue of the 104th year of the ECHO. Contents include: *Willie’s Comic *Starbucks grasps for straws *Abusive artists should not be supported *Academic lab creates stricter policies *Best Buddies club hopes to build friendships *Foreign exchange… Read More ›
Webster men’s soccer ties 4-4 with Collinsville on Aug. 31. By Evelyn Trampe
Graphics editor Colin Shue and social media manager Rosa Parks share this week’s headlines: Renaissance Cards, college fair, National Merit Semi-Finalists, parking, Junior Entrance, service hours and the swim team car wash.
News editor Ethan Weihl interviews senior Jenna Michalski, who recently raised money for and ran in the Race for Refuge, a 5K, to support victims of sex trafficking.
Varsity women’s softball won 5-4 against Kirkwood High School Sept. 6, on Plymouth Field. Photos by Lindsey Bennett
Social studies teacher James Lemay shares the inspiration for and his thoughts on his teaching style.
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.
This weeks ECHO Podcast is introduced by technology columnist Sean Mullins and was edited by podcast editor Maeve Taylor News editor Ethan Weihl reports on the men’s soccer teams summer trip to the Netherlands. Intro music is “Poppers and Prosecco” Kevin… Read More ›
The annual Festival of Nations encouraged attendees to appreciate diverse cultures through art, cuisine, interaction and performance in Tower Grove Park on Aug. 25-26. Photos by Emily Stisser
Social studies teacher and Chelsea Center coordinator Julie Burchett shares her thoughts on her teaching styles.
Graphics editor Colin Shue shares his perceptions about Spike Lee’s film “BlacKkKlansman.”
Graphics editor Colin Shue and sports editor Greg Frazier share this week’s headlines.
Two tickets to Taylor Swift’s Reputation Stadium Tour at the Dome at America’s Center on Sept. 18, will be given by the ECHO to the student who most convinces entertainment columnist Josie Krueger that he/she deserves them. Fill out the… Read More ›
Four elementary school students attended the 2018 ECHO journalism camp July 12 and 13.One of the exercises was to interview each other for a podcast. These are those interviews. Junior journalist Seth Kremer interviews Hollye Anne Brinkley about her… Read More ›
Over 250 incoming freshmen gathered for Future Leaders Seminar the second week of July to prepare for their high school experience. The ECHO’s 2018 junior journalists, Hollye Anne Brinkley, Camille Kenner, Connor Ledbetter and Corin Tucker, report on the seminar…. Read More ›
Established in 2002, Future Leaders brings incoming freshmen to Webster Groves High School in order to prepare them for their first year as high school students. The program was originally made to help at-risk students by former principal Jon Clark. … Read More ›
Entertainment editor Josie Krueger shares this week’s headlines: library checkouts, Camp Wyman and Cardinals tickets. Visit Our Sponsors
This week’s ECHO Podcast is introduced by technology columnist Sean Mullins and was edited by print editor Eleanor Marshall. Print editor Eleanor Marshall reports on the newly selected cast of the fall musical, “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” Intro and Outro music is “Poppers and… Read More ›
This week’s ECHO Podcast is introduced by technology columnist Sean Mullins and was edited by print editor Eleanor Marshall. Print editor Eleanor Marshall shares a profile of senior Jamie Tabron. Intro and Outro music is “Poppers and Prosecco” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By… Read More ›
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