Sophomore Sam Osdieck realizes he won a bout against his opponent during a men’s wrestling quad meet on Wednesday, Jan. 11, in Roberts Gym. Photo by Izzy Poole Continue reading Photo of the Week: Sophomore wins wrestling match
Webster Groves Winter Reading Challenge takes place from Dec. 1 – Jan. 31. Continue reading Library challenges students to win
Junior Amelia Kennerly laughs on the court before the women’s volleyball game against Seckman High School on Wednesday, Oct. 12. The game ended in a 3-2 win for the Statesmen. Photo by Izzy Poole Continue reading Photo of the Week: Volleyball player laughs
“Five cases would be an outbreak, and we’re not there yet,” Nurse Rachel Huertas said about the Mononucleosis cases at the high school.
Mono is transferred by saliva, and its incubation period can be anywhere from four to eight weeks. Not all who are infected become symptomatic. Continue reading Mono infects students at high school
This is the second issue of the 108th year of the ECHO. Contents: * Is BeReal really real? * ‘Are … Continue reading Print Version: WG ECHO September 2022 Issue
Women’s soccer moved on to State after the District final game against Visitation Academy, with an overall record of 4-8. Continue reading News Brief: Women’s soccer team moves on to quarterfinals
Junior August Grattan holds a sign reading “Keep your religion out of my uterus” at a protest against the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion indicating the court may repeal Roe v. Wade, the landmark case that assured a patient’s legal right to abortion in the first trimester of pregnancy. The protest was held Thursday, May 12 on the steps of Senior Entrance. Photo by Izzy Poole Continue reading Photo of the Week: Students walkout to support Roe v. Wade
Seniors Myka Stewart and Ali Gunn organized a walkout that took place during sixth hour on Friday, April 1. About 40 students participated. Continue reading Students walkout to advocate for LGBTQ+ rights
Seniors Myka Stewart and Ali Gunn lead a walkout about bills SB 781, SB 843 and others on Friday, April 1. “It made me happy that people popped out, not only to support themselves, but allies too, everyone supporting everyone,” Gunn said. Photo by Izzy Poole Continue reading Photo of the Week: Student protest anti-LGBTQ+ laws
As the April 5, 2022 School Board election nears, the eight candidates running, some had things to share. Continue reading Candidates run for school board
Two of the rally leaders, Noa Cohen and Cha Cha Rubin, stand with St. Louis residents who came to their Pro Planned Parenthood Rally on Saturday, Nov. 13. Photo by Izzy Poole Continue reading Photo of the Week: Local teens rally support for Planned Parenthood
Teens for Choice STL organized a rally at Planned Parenthood in Forest Park to show support for the services it provides.
People of all ages, genders, sexualities and religions came with signs and stood along the road, cheering when cars honked in approval. Continue reading Teens rally at Planned Parenthood
Business Manager Izzy Poole interviews students about fall fashions. Continue reading Voices of Webster: Students talk about fall fashions
FemCO Candy Grams are being sold for Halloween instead of Valentine’s Day this year.
Each Candy Gram is being sold for $1 before school, Monday through Thursday at Senior Entrance and Roberts Gym.
All proceeds go to Dignity Period which helps improve access to accurate menstrual information and distributing high-quality washable/reusable menstrual hygiene products. Continue reading News Brief: FemCO raises money for Dignity Period
Volleyball players dedicated their Sept. 30, game to honor of late team member Kara Wrice. Team members and spectators wore purple to the game in memory of Wrice, who would wear a purple mask to practice. Money was collected and donated to the Kara Lynn Wrice Foundation. Continue reading Slideshow: Volleyball players remember former teammate
Business manager Izzy Poole reads a story she and junior editor Lydia Urice wrote about the Devious Licks trend. Continue reading Voices of Webster: ‘Devious Lick’: Social media encourages school vandalism