Lydia Urice–Editor in Chief

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Lydia Urice — Editor-in-Chief

Bio

This will be Lydia Urice’s third year on ECHO staff. She made several contributions while taking journalism class her freshman year. She was Podcast Editor for her first year on staff, and Junior Editor her second year.

Awards

MIPA Superior Award — 2020 — Radio/Podcast Newscast/News Feature about senior football player Kam Yancey,

Quill and Scroll 2021

MIPA Superior Award — 2021 — Online Feature Package 

Review: Starbucks releases holiday drinks

MIPA Excellent Award — 2021 — Online Feature Package

School nurses share experience during pandemic

MIPA Honorable Mention — 2021 — Radio/Podcast News Feature

Voices of Webster: Former principal joins district as Special School District area coordinator

MIPA Honorable Mention — 2021 — Radio/Podcast News Feature

Voices of Webster: School nurse shares perspective

MIPA/MJEA Photo of the Month — Third Place — February

Polar Plunge Photo

MIPA Honorable Mention — 2022 — News Photo

St Louis Gateway Balloon Festival returns Labor Day weekend

MIPA Superior Award — 2022 — Radio/Podcast Newscast/News Feature

Voices of Webster: Former football coach resigns to focus on family

 

Works

Reel Film Club hosts film festival

Students walkout to advocate for LGBTQ+ rights

Prom costs add up

Voices of Webster: Senior reflects on high school, shares plans

Students Spill: Students reflect on new masking policy

Breaking News: Students evacuate building

Photo of the Week: Statesmen String Ensemble perform

Photo of the Week Polar Plunge helps Special Olympics

Freezin for a reason: Students, teachers plunge into cold lake to raise money for Special Olympics

Students (and teachers) spill: ‘How to have a snow day?’

News Brief: Winter Activities Assembly showcases winter sports

Review: Starbucks wins peppermint coffee competition

Voices of Webster: Former football coach resigns to focus on family

Field hockey team reflects on end of season

Social studies department honor veterans

Night in the Courtyard kicks off November

Students Spill: Students exchange thoughts on American culture versus their home countries

Voices of Webster: Spanish exchange student shares experiences

Students spill: Coffee shop edition

Voices of Webster: German exchange student shares views

Voices of Webster: Exchange student shares views of U.S. experience

Voices of Webster: ‘Devious Lick’: Social media encourages school vandalism

Gossip Girl returns to screen with new characters

Voices of Webster: Principal discusses Devious Licks trend

Slideshow: Flags of Valor remembers 9/11

Slideshow:St Louis Gateway Balloon Festival returns Labor Day weekend

Eagle Award Winner: DeLay leaves lasting legacy

Reporter compares St. Louis bagel offerings

Voices of Webster: Sisters stress importance of family on and off soccer field

Voices of Webster: Track team wins Conference

Voices of Webster: 93rd Oscars has overflow of ‘firsts’

Voices of Webster: Ava’s Anecdote–Students discuss accuracy of astrology

Voices of Webster: Marvel’s ‘WandaVision’ tries to be classic sitcom

Voices of Webster: Student-led Castillo performs concert

Yearbook, publications earn MIPA honors

Voices of Webster: Parents express opinions about Term 4 schedule

Voices of Webster: Students express opinions about Term 4 schedule

Voices of Webster: Teachers express opinions about Term 4 schedule

Voices of Webster: Schedule changes for Term 4

Voices of Webster: Student artists earn awards

Voices of Webster: Columnist asks ‘Are these brownies worth the 100-hour time commitment?’

Voices of Webster: Columnist asks ‘Are these brownies worth the 100-hour time commitment?’

Voices of Webster: Valentine’s Day, birthdays impacted by COVID

Voices of Webster: Restaurants reopening/Indoor dining becomes available

Voices of Webster: Editorial–Capitol riot shows inequity of police response

Photo of the Week: First real snowfall raises spirits

John M. Thomas retires from WGSD

News Brief: Winter formal cancelled

Voices of Webster: Makerspace offers creative opportunities

Voices of Webster: Concerns about COVID-19 change school bussing

Voices of Webster: Basketball team adapts to pandemic challenges

Voices of Webster: School nurse discusses health safety during holidays, career

Winter Sports stay safe during pandemic

School nurses share experience during pandemic

Voices of Webster: School nurse shares perspective

Voices of Webster: Until recently Missouri voters reflected national outcomes

Webster wins State softball

Voices of Webster: Spoiler Alert– ‘The Bachelorette’ is back

Voices of Webster: Students share feelings about returning to in-person instruction

Review: Starbucks releases holiday drinks

Voices of Webster: Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s legacy was giving voice to unheard

Voices of Webster: Covid changes Halloween celebrations

Seniors share thoughts on upcoming election

Voices of Webster: Students incorporate masks into Halloween costumes

Voices of Webster: Former principal joins district as Special School District area coordinator

Voices of Webster: Choir moves to virtual setting

Voices of Webster: Haskins wins Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching

Voices of Webster: New assistant football coach comes to Webster

Webster drops drop for block

Voices of Webster: New teacher wants students to change future

Businesses make adjustments due to COVID-19

WGHS alumna returns as assistant principal

Breaking News: New assistant principal joins staff

Voices of Webster: February 26, 2020

Photo of the Week: Senior hockey player salutes crowd

Backpacks bring pain

Voices of Webster: January 29, 2020

Voices of Webster: December 6, 2019

Newscast: Oct. 25, 2019

Drama department presents ‘Chicago’ Oct. 24-26