Ali Schulz Junior Editor Jazz band will play at 1 p.m. on Sept. 16, as part of the Old Webster … Continue reading Music department prepares for upcoming performances
Webster Groves Summer Night Street Dance will return June 17, from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. on the corner of … Continue reading Webster Groves Summer Night Street Dance returns
Environmental issues have become a hot topic of conversation as the harm that humans are doing to the environment has become more and more apparent.
Continue reading Editorial: Individuals should do more to combat climate change
“Feminism” is a word that has appeared more and more throughout the years. People interpret it in so many different ways, and quite frequently, wrongly. Continue reading The meaning of feminism is misconstrued
Mental health of students has been a rising topic of conversation these past few years.One area the school could do more to support mental health is to regulate students’ workload. Continue reading Editorial: School needs to better regulate the workload for students
While opinions clash on different fronts, one of the main arguments is which elementary school is the best. Continue reading Which Elementary School is Best?
Saint. Louis’ Repertory Theater will perform “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens, adapted by Michael Wilson, until Dec. 30. Continue reading Repertory Theater St. Louis performs ‘A Christmas Carol’
December is the season where all the holiday festivities officially start, both in schools and around communities. Here at WGHS, a clear focus on a certain holiday, Christmas, can be seen. Continue reading Editorial: Christmas gets too much focus in school compared to other holidays
Two people were killed and seven others were injured in a shooting at the Central Visual and Performing Arts High School and Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience on Oct. 24.
This event showed the reality that guns can find their way into communities even like Saint Louis. Continue reading Editorial: Gun laws need to be stronger
Title IX states that no person on the basis of sex should be discriminated against in any educational activity receiving federal financial assistance, but today, inequalities between men’s and women’s sports can still be seen. Continue reading Women’s sports face inequalities
From buckets of candy to scary movies, Halloween almost has it all. The one thing that Halloween doesn’t seem to have is enough music. Continue reading Editorial: Someone needs to make more Halloween music
Camp Wyman is a week-long sleepaway camp that consists of bonding activities that connect sixth graders with peers, teachers and nature. Five years ago, on the last night for team Polaris, the camp went from fun to frightening. Continue reading Five year anniversary: Fire breaks out in girls’ cabins at Camp Wyman
Webster Groves Arts Fair will return for the 18th time June 3-5, at the corner of Lockwood and Bompart. It will provide activities for people of all ages. Continue reading News Brief: Art fair returns June 3-5
With the situation in Ukraine, questions have been left unanswered, and people are wondering how people connected to Ukraine feel like right now. Continue reading Student shares experience living in Ukraine
Public School teachers in Florida are now restricted from talking about gender identity or sexual orientation after what is being called the “Don’t Say Gay” bill was signed by Florida’s Governer Ron DeSantis. Continue reading Editorial: ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill targets the LGBTQ+ community
It is clear what students want. As long as the school can maintain low COVID numbers, and keep everyone safe, students agree that going mask recommended was the correct choice. Continue reading Op-Ed: Webster Groves drops mask mandate upon decline of COVID cases