webster groves high school

School aims to dismantle biases

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 ›

Newscast: Feb. 17, 2017

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.

Newscast: Jan. 20, 2017

Circulation Manager Greg Frazier and editor-in-chief Andy Kimball bring this week’s headlines: the Martin Luther King Community Celebration, SAT, Winter Formal, Wind Symphony, A+ credits, Interact Club Winter Clothing Drive, All-Write writing competition and basketball.   Visit Our Sponsors

Newscast: Dec. 2, 2016

Graphics editor Natalie Johnson and Feature editor Caleb Bolin share this week’s headlines: All State band and orchestra, musical performances,  wrestling, swim team, A Ladies, ACTs and final exams.

2016 election cycle finally ends

Caleb Bolin  Political Columnist Americans around the country sighed a breath of mixed relief and grief on Nov. 9, in the wake of a disturbingly dirty, disgusting, disenchanting presidential election cycle. From start to finish, the 2016 presidential election cycle… Read More ›

Newscast: Dec. 2, 2016

Online editor Caroline Fellows and audio editor Page Kimzey bring this week’s headlines: Turkey Day, orchestra concert, one acts, band ensemble, student council and Tri-M.   Visit Our Sponsors

Newscast: Nov. 18, 2016

Online editor Caroline Fellows and audio manager Page Kimzey bring this week’s headlines about Spirit Week activities and the upcoming basketball tournament.   Visit Our Sponsors

Swim team off to historic start

Andy Kimball  Editor-In-Chief Senior Michael Greaves touched the wall. He and his teammates looked straight up at the scoreboard. “1:34.21.” The scoreboard affirmed that Greaves, along with seniors Kurt Krautmann, Lucas Doll and junior Chris Ball, were going to State…. Read More ›

Op-ed: Graffiti is art

Rosa Parks Contributing Writer Sprayed on the cobblestone bricks in downtown Saint Louis and drawn on the white walls of WGHS’s walls is graffiti. Graffiti is everywhere in Webster Groves: it’s under the bridges, and it’s on sides of buildings…. Read More ›