Social media manager Zeke La Mantia brings this week’s headlines: holidays, history notes, final exams, library hours, ac lab surveys, Camp Wyman, Camp Invention, Cardinal’s Tickets and Statesmen Sports.
Social media manager Zeke La Mantia talks to seniors about their worries for the future.
The Spring One Act Festival was May 7, in the Black Box Theater and feature works that were student written, directed and performed. Photos by Ada Foley
Junior editor Jaden Fields reports on social studies teacher and head soccer coach Tim Cashel’s retirement.
Social media manager Zeke La Mantia brings this week’s headlines: holidays, history notes, Camp Wyman, Cardinals tickets, men’s tennis, men’s and women’s track, and men’s baseball.
Social media manager Rosa Parks brings this week’s headlines: holidays, history notes, AP tests, Jim Schoemehl Run, Cardinal tickets, Parents’ Club graduation party, and sports news.
Video editor Ethan Weihl reports on changes to VISTA and the Statesmen Center.
Contributing writer Michael Marshall reports on Men’s golf.
Signs of spring have appeared all over beautifying Webster Groves.
This is the eighth issue of the 104th year of the ECHO.
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Video editor Ethan Weihl reports on proficiency vs growth.
Video editor Ethan Weihl shares this week’s headlines: historical highlights, dance team tryouts, men’s volleyball childhood cancer night, Cardinals tickets and sports.
Contributing writer Ada Foley reports on retiring teachers.
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Junior editor Jaden Fields shares this week’s headlines: anniversary of Oklahoma City bombing, Jim Schoemehl Run, Cardinal tickets for good grades, prom, senior T-shirts, track and baseball.
Social media manager Rosa Parks shares an opinion on the importance of LGBTQ sex education.
Business/ads manager Trinity Madison reports on the school-to-prison pipeline in St. Louis.
Contributing writer Gretchen Skoglund shares her review of the recently released Jordan Peele film, “Us.”
Social media manager Zeke La Mantia shares this week’s headlines.
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Junior editor Elise Keller reports on a recent decision by the United Methodist Church (UMC).
Photos by Ethan Ryan Drama performed its annual Broadway Revue March 29, in the Knight Auditorium. The performance included 16 numbers from musicals such as “Chicago,” “Fiddler on the Roof,” “Wicked” and more. Sophomore Annalise McCann, student director, said, “Student… Read More ›
Social media manager Rosa Parks shares this week’s headlines: new student council officers, parking, Jim Schoemehl Run, Broadway Revue, Cardinals tickets, Statesmen Service Awards and senior activities.
Opinion editor Emily Stisser shares her review of Maggie Rogers’ recent release, “Heard it in a Past Life.”
This is the seventh issue of the 104th year of the ECHO.
Contributing writers Ethan Ryan and Zeke La Mantia talk to seniors about what worries they have about graduating.
Contributing writer Zora Thomas talks to Inez Otay of Helen’s Bridal and Alterations about what students look for in prom dresses.
Contributing writers Annabelle Lewis and Isabella Ferrell talk to senior and artist Zoe Schultz about student efforts to beautify the high school.
Contributing writers Annabell Lewis and Isabella Ferrell report on the decorations of the school walls.
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Video editor Evelyn Trampe shares this week’s headlines: Parent Teacher Conferences, bus passes, prom site selection, Cardinals tickets, Statesmen Service Awards, experiential learning credit, cheerleader tryouts and All-Write Festival highlights.
Contributing writer Gretchen Skoglund talks to seniors about advice they want to give to younger students.
Contributing writers Gant Gibson and Ada Foley talk to English teachers Steve Leftridge and Katie Guymon about the All Write Festival.