Lindsey Bennett Feature Editor Forming a new student-led group is one way the school is hoping to tear down racial biases and inequality. No Place for Hate is a movement through the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). According to the ADL website,… Read More ›
Sean Mullins Technology Columnist Visionary filmmaker Wes Anderson, the mind behind “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” has another masterpiece on his hands. Though it suffers in developing its cast, “Isle of Dogs“ may be one of Anderson’s finest films yet. In a… Read More ›
Emily Stisser Opinion Editor From clever posters to crazy costumes, promposals continue to capture the high school heart. A promposal is a spin-off word of proposal, except it more relates to corsages, awkward photographs and the infamous party bus. Each… Read More ›
Cole Schnell Junior Editor Whitehouse.gov released a statement titled, “Tax Cuts and Reforms are Helping American Workers and Businesses” on Jan. 31. The statement contains a list of examples from eight different newspapers of how the “Trump Bump” is “trickling… Read More ›
Contributing writer Colin Shue reports on the student council’s Selma Street Dance, which was Aug. 18, in front of the high school. About 250 students and staff joined in the back-to-school festivities, which included dancing, contests, games and snow cones.
Sean Mullins Technology Columnist Nintendo’s newest console, the Switch, is finally on store shelves -if there’s a store that hasn’t run out of stock. However, before gamers move on to the next generation, its predecessor deserves a proper farewell. After… Read More ›
Contributing writer Alexicia Moore shows some of the preparation for the drama department’s spring play, “Detective Story,” which will be performed April 20, 21, and 22, in the auditorium. See also: Veterans, beginners work together for spring production Visit Our… Read More ›
Bennett Durando Sports Columnist
Photos by Greg Frazier Bennett Durando Sports Columnist The second free throw didn’t even reach the basket. With .3 seconds left in the Coaches vs. Cancer Tournament semifinal, Webster had missed its last chance to avenge District championship losses to SLUH the… Read More ›
Video editor Ashli Wagner and circulation manager Greg Frazier bring this week’s headlines: National Honor Society, Black History T-shirts, women’s State swim meet, new scholarships, National History Bowling Bee, Scholar Bowl, Technovation Challenge team, pre-school mitten drive and senior packets.
Andy Kimball Editor-in-Chief Around 200 Webster and Rock Hill citizens marched through Webster and Rock Hill to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan. 15. Marchers were joined by former superintendent Sarah Riss, superintendent John Simpson and… Read More ›
Elise Keller Contributing Writer About 600,000 people came from all over the country to Washington D.C. to march in support of women’s rights and other causes on Jan. 21, and I was one of them. “I have friends who… Read More ›
Bennett Durando Sports Columnist Webster junior Courtney Ramey has committed this afternoon to play D1 basketball for Rick Pitino at Louisville. Louisville is currently the number six team in the country in the AP poll, and number seven in the USA Today… Read More ›
Bennett Durando Sports Columnist Sometimes it seems like the 2016-17 Statesmen just can’t catch a break. They’ve had to overcome a little bit of everything: injuries, ineligibility, a tough schedule that’s yielded some heartbreaking losses. Now, with them finally getting… Read More ›
Cole Schnell Business/Ads Manager New literary magazine, The Branch, was released its first issue on Nov. 1. WGHS has had other literary magazines like Reflections, which ended in 2012. The Allwrite interns are trying to revive Reflections with The Branch,… Read More ›