Ethan Weihl–Video Editor

Ethan Weihl
Video Editor


This is senior Ethan Weihl’s second year on ECHO Staff. He previously served as News Editor, as well as Contributing Writer.

Ethan will attend Northwestern University next year as a part of the Medill School of Journalism.


Superior–Broadcast “Club focus: Scholar Bowl players share team info“–JournalismSTL 2017

Excellent–Sports Photo “Women’s track encourages team-building, family” JournalismSTL 2018

All Missouri–“Jenna Michalski runs, raises money for victims of sex trafficking” MIPA 2019

Honorable Mention–“Voices of Webster: Senior runs Race for Refuge” MIPA 2019



Slideshow: Jazz festival attracts music lovers

Club focus: Scholar Bowl players share team info

Review: Book sheds light on social justice issues

Voices of Webster: Feb. 7, 2018

Photo of the Week: Sophomore prepares for history bowl

Makerspace provides creative expression, instruction

Voices of Webster: March 28, 2018

Voices of Webster: April 20, 2018

Women’s track encourages team-building, family

Men’s soccer team learns important skills on Netherlands trip

Voices of Webster: September 7, 2018

Jenna Michalski runs, raises money for victims of sex trafficking

Voices of Webster: Senior runs Race for Refuge

Parking lot ban causes controversy

Pledge debate goes to court

SSD celebrates 60 years

Hire of new city attorney leads to protest

Students struggle with mental health

Women’s swim team places 3rd overall

Schools use proficiency over growth

Voices of Webster: April 26, 2019

Newscast: April 26, 2019

Changes made to VISTA, Statesmen Center

Voices of Webster: May 3, 2019

Newscast: May 24, 2019

Teacher is finalist for Presidential award

Updated: Students walk out to raise climate change awareness

Voices of Webster: October 2, 2019

Photo of the Week: Band plays for patrons at City Museum

Newscast: October 18, 2019

Women’s tennis repeats last year’s success

Women’s softball beats Marquette in sectionals

Breaking News: Board announces finalists to fill vacancy

‘JESUS IS KING’ shows shift in tone

Band director announces retirement

Impeachment should be larger focus in classrooms