Print editor Eleanor Marshall reports on seasonal affective disorder.
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.
Contributing writer Ethan Ryan shares his review of “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
Graphics editor Colin Shue reminds students about the dangers of driving while intoxicated. Visit Our Sponsors!
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
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 ›
English teacher Adam Conway discusses his experience around religious holidays and school.
Senior Sam Toskin discusses his experience around religious holidays and school.
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.
Video editor Evelyn Trampe shares this week’s news: SAT test, candy cane reindeer, a cappella concert, Mr. Webster Pageant, tutoring services and the college bus tour.
This week’s ECHO Podcast is introduced by technology columnist Sean Mullins and was edited by podcast editor Maeve Taylor. Entertainment editor Josie Krueger shares her review of “The Crimes of Grindelwald.” Intro and Outro music is “Poppers and Prosecco” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under… Read More ›
This is the third issue of the 104th year of the ECHO. Contents include: *Field trip opens students eyes *Letter to the editor *Transgender community needs equal rights *Organizations threaten planned parenthood, choice *Statesbots hosts Tech Challenge meet *Special School… Read More ›
News editor Ethan Weihl reports on the Special School District celebrating 60 years.
This week’s ECHO Podcast is introduced by technology columnist Sean Mullins and was edited by podcast editor Maeve Taylor. Podcast editor Maeve Taylor shares Sean Mullins‘ report on the upcoming robotics meet. Intro and Outro music is “Poppers and Prosecco” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed… Read More ›
Video editor Evelyn Trampe reports on student bands.
Contributing writer Isabella Ferrell shares images of the City Museum’s Beatnik Bob’s amenities.
Social media manager Rosa Parks shares an opinion on abusive artists/creators.
Graphics editor Colin Shue shares the dos and don’ts of a well made horror film.
Sports columnist Greg Frazier brings this week’s headlines: SAT, Night in the Courtyard, Shaw Art Fair, Hands on Kirkwood, sports events, The Branch, the French National Honor Society and the Friendship Dance. Visit Our Sponsors
Contributing writer Gretchen Skoglund reports on the upcoming friendship dance.
Contributing writer Elise Wilke-Grimm talks to Hands on Kirkwood participants about the impact of the event on the community. The event took place Oct. 6, at Kirkwood Baptist Church.
Contributing writers Jaden Fields and Gant Gibson report on the dangers of Halloween candy.
Contributing writers Jaden Fields and Gant Gibson talk to people about Trick or Treat safety. See Also: Students express beliefs about ghosts See Also: Do’s and don’ts of a good gorefest: journalists explore horror films See Also: Coffee shop patrons share opinions about horror movies… Read More ›