Riley Mullgardt–Print Editor

Riley Mullgardt
Print Editor


This is Riley Mullgardt’s second year on ECHO staff.  Last year, she was the entertainment editor, and she made several contributions while taking journalism class her freshman year.


2017 MIPA All-Missouri for sports photo 

2016 Journalism STL Spring Conference “Superior Award” for news photo

2015 Columbia Scholastic Press Association Digital Media “Breaking News” award for photo

2017 Honorable Mention Rating–Broadcast Special Projects–“Students, teachers dress as ‘Inner Kids’ on Halloween”–JournalismSTL

Quill and Scroll Member

2018 National Scholastic Press Association Journalism Honor Roll

Quill and Scroll 2018 International Writing, Photo and Multimedia Contest winner for story


Breaking News: School bus catches fire

Zayn Malik goes in different direction

Fall Out Boy’s 6th album soothes bad days

Video: Local candy store serves community since 1934

World-wide customs for Valentine’s Day vary

Slideshow: Life in the Cafeteria

Photo of the Week: Cheerleading captain flies at Hickman game

Slideshow: Varsity cheerleaders support fall sports

Students prepare for One Act Festival

Kirkwood hosts annual Friendship Dance

Students, teachers dress as ‘Inner Kids’ on Halloween

Students donate blood to save lives

Students donate blood to people in need

Photo of the Week: Students donate blood

War veterans return to school and share experiences

Slideshow: Webster community gathers for annual pep rally

Winter wonderland shows holiday lights

Students say Valentine’s Day is overrated

Mardi Gras celebrations return to St. Louis

Alumna releases new fashion line with Express

Photo of the Week: Alumna introduces fashion line

Dancer takes on best of St. Louis

HAIM bass player talks to ECHO

Singer/songwriter’s 3rd album pulls heart strings

Op-ed: Sports should count as PE credit

 Halloween history: Joke telling tradition confuses St. Louisans

Longest traditional game sees 110th anniversary

Seasonal lights bestow holiday happiness

Marketing II seniors attend annual NY trip 

’50 Shades Freed’ receives negative reviews