“I actually wanted to become an engineer before I wanted to study volcanoes, but I always thought that it wouldn’t have suited me,” graduate Morgan Lawrence said via email. Continue reading Willkommen in Deutschland: Softball player to study volcanos
“I’ve really discovered who I am in the past four years and it feels good to say that with confidence,” Kaz Bergmann said via email. Bergmann will attend Oregon State University in the fall. Continue reading ‘The fish guy’ travels from St. Louis to Oregon
“The Last of Us’” is a television series released on Jan. 15. The show is an adaptation of the popular PlayStation game by the same name, released in 2013 by Naughty Dog. Continue reading Heart Wrenching Television: ‘The Last Of Us’ Review
Groundhog Day has been around since 1887, while the current groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, has allegedly been doing his predictions since the beginning. Continue reading How accurate is Punxsutawney Phil?
New hall passes for leaving the classroom were introduced this year. Continue reading Changes made to hall pass enforcement
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?
Feminist Coalition club has been able to receive reusable period products at the school, according to the club president, senior Sadie Saltsman-Buck. Continue reading FemCo provides reusable period products
“Violent Night” is a rated R movie that hit theaters early this month. It stars David Harbour (“Stranger Things”), Beverly D’Angelo (“Vacation”) and John Leguizamo (“Ice Age”). Continue reading Too gory for Christmas?: Violent Night sparks joy
Hixson Middle School’s team Unity teachers plan a visit from their camp Wyman counselors. The visit is planned for Dec. 21, from 2:50 pm to 3:20 p.m. Continue reading News Brief: Team Unity camp counselors visit fall campers
Marvel Studios released one of its new Phase 4 movies, the sequel to Black Panther which came out in 2018. The movie quickly became number one in the theaters. Continue reading ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ lives up to hype
DECA organized a powder puff game Oct. 22, on Moss Field to raise funds for its New York trip. The game raised over $2,000, and ended in a 21-21 tie. Continue reading DECA sponsors powder puff game for NY trip
Webster Groves will bring back the Summer Night Street Dance Sunday, June 18, on North Gore at Lockwood in Old Webster from 5:30 p.m to 10 p.m. Continue reading News Brief: Webster brings back Summer Night Street Dance
Juniors are required to take the ACT during school. The testing took place on April 5. Continue reading Lack of ACT preparation leaves students unprepared
Webster hosted a Special Olympics for students with disabilities on Tuesday, April 12, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Moss Field. Continue reading Special Olympics takes place on Moss Field
National Art Honor Society (N.A.S.H.) is coming back to Webster Groves High School. On Jan. 28, at 8 a.m. the group will be working to ratify the constitution and elect officers. Continue reading Art honor society returns to high school
Everyone knows the movie “Elf,” or at least has heard of it. Will Ferrell brings a new kind of joy to Christmas during this movie. Continue reading Review: ‘Elf’–Is It Worth The Hype?
Counselor Cassie Aschinger was 22 years old when she decided to move across the country to start a life with her boyfriend. Continue reading Counselor shares interests, insights