To say my time at Webster was well spent would be to lie. It’s fine to admit traditional schooling isn’t for you; it’s also fine to say you’re not part of the percentage of students who have fond high school memories to reflect on, but truly all that tells me about myself and my life is that, I couldn’t have possibly peaked here, and there’s much more waiting for me out in the world. Continue reading Tony says ‘Toodaloo’
Students might know senior Zeke La Mantia through his always changing and evolving hair colors or from behind the stage lights of Knight Auditorium. Continue reading Senior ‘ready to leave’
Senior Matthew Curtis, a runner, a rower and, as of the fall of 2022, a student of MIT, plans to continue his academic and rowing career.
With plans to study finance at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Curtis has left his mark on Webster.
Curtis has had an active role in school activities since his freshman year including German National Honors Society, National Honors Society and Cross Country in the fall. Continue reading Cross-country runner to row at MIT
Making JV cheer her freshman year, Kyla Bratcher has plans to study at Tennessee State University and continue her passion for sports. Continue reading Cheerleader to continue athletic career
Senior Emily Goben is well known at Webster for doing it all. “I always joke that the list of clubs I’m not in is shorter than the list of clubs I am in,” Goben said. Continue reading Varsity cheer captain to study at Mizzou School of Journalism
St. Louis residents attend “Beyond Van Gogh: an Immersive Experience” on Tuesday Oct. 19. The exhibit displays over 300 of Van Gogh’s works. The paintings are showcased in a 30 minute show that “makes you feel as if you have directly stepped into a Van Gogh painting” as described on the website. Photo by Ava Musgraves Continue reading Photo of the Week: Museum offers Van Gogh immersion
Being a student nowadays already comes with hardships. Add having a job into the mix, and sometimes life can be overwhelming. Continue reading Smart or not?: Working students balance school with jobs