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Customer sets up an appointment to receive a COVID-19 vaccination through Walgreens. COVID-19 vaccines are available to Minnesotans age 16 and up starting March 26.

What you need to know about COVID-19 vaccines

Colin Canaday April 19, 2021

With a variety of COVID-19 vaccines now available to the general public, choosing which one to get is a difficult task. This infographic details the effectiveness and side effects of each vaccine and includes...

Students walk to their classes April 9. Plans to remain three feet apart for social distancing.

Park implements buffer before unlimited capacity

Harris Keekley April 9, 2021

According to junior Will Dooley, he believes although he learns better in a school environment, he is more concerned for the health of everyone else. “Personally I feel like the move towards 100 percent...

Junior Stanley Regguinti faces off with Benilde-St. Margaret’s player senior Grant Ellings. Park lost to Benilde-St. Margaret’s Jan. 26 with a score of 6-1. Regguinti was recently chosen as a boys' hockey captain.

First junior captain chosen for boys’ hockey

Colin Canaday March 23, 2021

Upon hearing he had been picked as a captain for boys’ hockey, junior Stanley Regguinti said he knew what was going to be expected of him. “I (know I) can play a big role as a leader on the team....

What you should do over spring break

What you should do over spring break

Colin Canaday March 5, 2021

Approaching one year of being in quarantine, many students are about to face their second spring break while dealing with COVID-19. Last year, grappling with the transition from in-person school to online,...

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February 5, 2021

Seniors Maddie Schutte and Sophie Livingston work on a page during Echo late night Feb. 3, 2020. Echo was one of 21 schools that received a National Newspaper Pacemaker award.

Echo wins Print Pacemaker, individual awards

Harris Keekley February 1, 2021

After Echo received a National Newspaper Pacemaker award for the previous school year’s print editions, editor-in-chief Madeline Schutte believes the Echo’s awards are a reflection of its staffers...

Fair use from Simon & Schuster.

‘Dry’ wonderfully presents dystopian world

Colin Canaday January 25, 2021

Neal Shusterman, best known for his “Scythe” series, once again demonstrates his world-building skills alongside his son, Jarrod Shusterman, in the book “Dry.” Traversing Southern California, a...

Students eat their lunches at socially distant tables Oct. 26. Due to the budget overage, many nutrition staff providing these lunches will be voluntarily furloughed.

School district goes over budget during previous fiscal year

Because 160 students fewer than projected attended St. Louis Park Public Schools in the current school year, Superintendent Astein Osei said the district was a million dollars over budget last fiscal year. “Technically...

A lack of accountability caused by distanced learning allows for students to cheat on assignments and tests. Academic dishonesty is a growing concern for schools during the pandemic.

Distance learning blurs lines of academic dishonesty

Colin Canaday December 24, 2020

As we have strayed away from our traditional learning methods due to the pandemic, we have all had to adapt to using new tools and resources to keep up with school. However, with different, now accessible...

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Join the Echo staff

December 6, 2020

Want to join the Echo staff as an artist, designer, photographer, podcaster, videographer or writer? To join the award-winning student-run newspaper second-semester fill out the application here. Applications...

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