Contributing writer Ben Miller reports on student-led band Castillo’s recent concert.
Contributing writer Kimmy Dang tells about students who made handcrafted Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day cards for senior military veterans.
Podcast editor Lydia Urice asks parents about how they feel about the new Term 4 schedule.
Podcast editor Lydia Urice asks students how they feel about the new Term 4 schedule.
Podcast editor Lydia Urice asks teachers how they feel about the new Term 4 schedule.
News/opinion editor Elise Wilke-Grimm reports about the new Term 4 schedule.
Kimmy Dang Contributing Writer Three students were awarded in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Competition on Jan. 28. Two were awarded the Gold Key and one an Honorable Mention. Sophomores Sadie Coalier and Nora Rohlfing were awarded the Gold… Read More ›
Columnist Ava Musgraves makes 100-hour brownies and shares her observations.
With the impact of COVID, the women’s and men’s wrestling teams have been impacted. Video editor Calum Shank talks to Coach James LeMay about the adjustments the team has made due to COVID.
Social media editor Zeke La Mantia reports on the challenges that COVID has presented when celebrating Valentine’s Day and birthdays.
News/opinion editor Elise Wilke-Grimm reports on the re-opening of county restaurants for indoor dining.
History was made on Jan. 6, with the attack of the United States Capitol, the situation showing the differences between White and Black America. The angry mob of President Donald Trump’s supporters, upon his directions, stormed the nation’s capitol and… Read More ›
Contributing writer Samuel Hewitt talks to Makerspace teacher Mindy Siefert.
Contributing writers Maren DeMargerl and Izzy Poole cover the COVID-19 related changes to the buses at Webster Groves High School.
Contributing writers Owen Crews and Joe Harned speak to basketball coaches about how COVID-19 will affect the season.
Podcast editor Lydia Urice interviews school nurse Natalie Mertens about how her involvement in the school’s response to COVID-19 concerns.
Podcast editor Lydia Urice interviews school nurse Rachel Huertas about how her involvement in the school’s response to COVID-19 concerns.
Social media manager Zeke La Mantia explains how Missouri became less of a “swing state” and more predictably Republican.
Contributing writer Maren DeMargel recaps and reviews the current season of “The Bachelorette.” Warning: there are spoilers in this presentation.
Responsive freshmen and new students returned to in-person instruction Thursday, Nov. 12, and all responsive students returned today, Friday, Nov. 13.
Students were divided by alphabet so that half attend four morning classes of 40 minutes a piece, and the other half attend four afternoon classes of 40 minutes a piece.
Podcast editor Lydia Urice interviews students about the return to in-person classes.
Entertainment/feature editor Addie Palmquist reflects on the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg.
Despite Covid-19,Missouri, among other states, has announced Halloween will not be canceled, leading citizens to wonder what Halloween will look like.
After months of Covid-19 restrictions, it seemed as if Halloween was a holiday that wouldn’t be occurring this year due to the fact that it is such a high contact holiday, but Halloween will ultimately be occurring. Because of this, children and teens everywhere are planning costumes to wear this year, as well as activities that will be safe and socially distanced.
Contributing writer Maren DeMargel reports on how students are using protective masks as part of their Halloween costumes.