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 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 shares this week’s headlines: historical highlights, dance team tryouts, men’s volleyball childhood cancer night, Cardinals tickets and sports.
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 Zeke La Mantia shares this week’s headlines.
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.
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.
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.
All Write, coming early March, will return for the fifth year in a row. The 2019 festival will feature a space theme to give an out-of-this-world experience.
Video editor Evelyn Trampe share this week’s headlines: Ollie Hinkle Heart Foundation, cap and gown orders and spring sports.
Contributing writer Gretchen Skoglund asks seniors what advice they would share with their younger selves about high school.
Entertainment editor Josie Krueger and graphics editor Colin Shue share this week’s headlines: men’s and women’s basketball, women’s swim, wrestling, ACT, crepe sale, senior cap and gown orders and local scholarship applications.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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 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 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 ›
Contributing writers Samantha Massena and Zeke La Mantia talk to students about Halloween costumes. 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 ›
Contributing writer Ada Foley explores contemporary beliefs in ghosts.
From killer Captain Kirk to machete wielding hockey goalies, horror movies have flooded theaters “near you” for decades. Their one purpose: to scare.
Contributing writer Zora Thomas reports on the Oct. 6, Rock Hill Fall Parade and Festival at Hudson Elementary.
Activities included the parade, music, food, a petting zoo, a book sale, face painting and others.
Contributing writer Gretchen Skoglund reports on the Historic Shaw Art Fair Oct. 6-7.
Video editor Evelyn Trampe shares this week’s news, and senior Ellie Oliphant talks about Webster Tackles Cancer.
Video editor Evelyn Trampe shares this week’s news about GSA’s Soctober clothing drive, the Fall One-Act Festival, Fall Sports Assembly, cross country, softball Conference champs, SAT and PSAT tests and upcoming events. Visit Our Sponsors
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.
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.
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 ›