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The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

Parkway holds trivia at 7pm on Monday, April 4th. Members of the community gather to enjoy pizza and trivia.

Trivia nights brighten Mondays

Alicia Mainjeni April 11, 2022

Parkway Pizza finds ways to build community and carries out great service through Monday trivia nights.  Parkway Pizza holds trivia every Monday 7 p.m. trivia at Parkway Pizza is not your typical trivia...

Wordle brings people together

Wordle brings people together

Danny Shope February 11, 2022

What’s so special about a tangy solar robot tiger? It’s made completely out of Wordles, or rather, each of those words have been answers to the popular word game Wordle within the last month.  For...

Juniors Gwen Rockler-Gladen and Abby Baudhuin, freshman Isaiah Brown and senior
 Louise Marshall act on stage Jan. 16. “These Shining Lives” opened Jan. 14 and closed Jan. 16.

Theater closes ‘These Shining Lives’

Adam Gips and Danny Shope January 19, 2022

After the theater program finished its last show Jan. 16, senior and Thespian vice president Caroline Butler said “These Shining Lives” was an exhilarating act to perform. “We got nothing but...

Sophomore Javi Shimming practices running with poles alongside the rest of the Nordic team Dec. 2. The overlap of participants in Nordic and Cross Country has assisted team members in staying in shape.

Overlap between cross country, Nordic builds community

Jacob Khabie December 6, 2021

When junior Rachel Katzovitz first started participating in Nordic skiing, she had no intention of joining the cross country team the following year. However, according to Katzovitz, joining the cross...

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Senior runs coat drive

Adam Gips December 3, 2021

How did you come up with the idea for a coat drive? I knew that winter was coming up, and that's the worst season for homeless people staying outside in the cold Minnesota weather — Minnesota weather...

Athletic trainer Josh Brodersen works with Stanley Regguinti to make a treatment plan for his shoulder injury Nov. 1. Brodersen helps athletes assess severity of injuries and create plans for healing.

Athletic trainer celebrates five years at Park

Adam Gips and Tobias Khabie November 30, 2021

According to senior Christian Arteaga, who met athletic trainer Josh Brodersen as a football player, Broderson is always available and fully invested in all sports.  “He's always around for football...

Three available resources to help create community

Three available resources to help create community

Johanna Kaplan, Aisha Hersi, and Molly Schochet November 15, 2021

Having the correct resources can help students exponentially when they enter school every day.  At Park there are many clubs that can help benefit students' basic needs including food, clothing and a...

SLP Streetwear members watch senior Cameron Delorme present his fall lookbook. SLP Streetwear members held various presentations at its third meeting Oct. 13.

SLP Streetwear hosts fall lookbook

Adam Gips and Aidan Shafton October 26, 2021

As SLP Streetwear dealt with COVID-19 last year, they continued to meet and go through different presentations. According to senior president Anna Overall, she is planning to repeat these presentations...

Junior Auden Whitlow gets food during a cross country pasta party Oct. 11. The team gathered in preparation for the Brookside Invitational which took place Oct. 12.

Pasta parties bridge broken community

Adam Gips October 24, 2021

Pasta parties are staples for many teams to bond throughout its seasons. But after a year without them for cross country, junior captain Denly Lindeman said he felt less connected to his team. “Last...

Seniors and co-presidents of Girls United Gracia Rettig and Semona Robel pose for a photo Sept. 16. Girls United is a non-profit organization created to support girls.

Girls United ambitious for year

Katie Nelson, Elena Ortiz-Fishman, and Lily Nugteren September 21, 2021

As the school year begins, Girls United is excited for the possibilities that are ahead. According to senior and co-president Gracia Rettig, Girls United is a state-wide, nonprofit club led by girls, for...

Front entrance to the Roller Garden (April 27). The Roller Garden will officially close May 8 after 52 years of operation.

Roller Garden closing after five decades

Anna Benishek April 28, 2021

When senior Mimi Kniser heard the Roller Garden would be shutting its doors after 52 years, she was disappointed because of the nostalgia the rink has held for so many years.  “It’s a little sad...

Senior Jade Shionoya and Zaid Yusuf celebrate coronation Sept. 29. Similar to Homecoming, Sno Daze events are planned in compliance with COVID-19 guidelines.

Sno Daze preview

Andrea Melear and Tobias Khabie February 22, 2021

After senior Student Council President Sadie Yarosh planned the events of Sno Daze week, she said despite the adjustments made to comply with COVID-19 guidelines, it is still important to highlight and...

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