Sixteen films were featured in the Reel Film Festival which took place on Friday, April 1.
“In this world, it’s just us / You know it’s not the same as it was,” Harry Styles sings in his “Harry’s House” lead single, “As It Was.”
Released on April 1, this powerful, vulnerable, and incredibly dance-able tune foreshadows what promises to be a unique third album for Styles.
Seniors Myka Stewart and Ali Gunn organized a walkout that took place during sixth hour on Friday, April 1. About 40 students participated.
Print editor Ava Musgraves shares this week’s headlines: schedule, Statesmen Sports Awards, the Jim Schoemehl Run, tennis team, baseball, women’s track, men’s track, men’s volleyball, women’s soccer, women’s lacrosse and the golf team.
Senior Astrid Thorn will attend Colorado State University to study psychology. Colorado may be far, but Thorn plans to take her studies even further.
This is the seventh issue of the 107th year of the ECHO.
Podcast editor Sam Klein talks to sophomore Olivia Reisz about why Victorian fashions should return.
Once again, the men’s volleyball team is off to a rapid start to the season, starting the year off with a 11-2-1 record. The team finished second in the State tournament in the previous season.
Webster Chess Team placed second at the State championship during spring break. The tournament was at Battle High School in Columbia, Missouri on March 19. The tournament had 200 players, and five members from each team played four games.
Prom cost $29,156.24. That’s not including the tip for the DJ or the payment for two School Resource Officers (SROs).
Podcast editor Sam Klein talks to student athletes about how they balance their lives.
After school on Tuesday, April 26, the Environmental Club is going on an Earth Day walk to clean up trash around Webster. The route is two and a half miles and those who wish to participate should meet in room 380 right after school and bring their own plastic bags to carry trash.
The fine arts department will host the Fine Arts Festival on April 24, in the auditorium and Fine Art wings of the building.
April 22, 2022 will mark the 52nd anniversary of Earth Day across the United States. As a community, Webster Groves offers several opportunities to celebrate the holiday.
Willie’s Comic by Calvin Lescher
Print editor Ava Musgraves shares this week’s headlines: EOC, National Honor Society, Prom, Fine Arts Festival, new head coach for swimming and diving, new head football coach, baseball, tennis, track and women’s lacrosse.