The Echo

Echo website recognized for journalistic excellence

Echo website recognized for journalistic excellence

Marta Hill

February 8, 2020

Echo was named a 2020 Online Pacemaker finalist by the National Scholastic Press Association Feb. 6. According to Gary Lundgren, associate director and coordinator of the Pacemaker competition, the Pacemaker recipients will be named April 18 at the Spring National High School Journalism Conventio...

Storiole adds accessible element

Photo Illustration by Anika Hanson

Amaia Barajas and Jenna Cook

June 5, 2019

According to senior Grace Lynch, creator of the Storiole website, the purpose of a website is to create increased accessibility for students and community members. “We thought it was necessary to provide a service for people that aren’t always at school, like parents, so that they can buy stu...

Club adapts to digital format

36 Arts members work on creating their new website in the At Large Lab before school. 36 Arts has been transitioning to a website to increase accessibility for readers.

Ndunzi Kunsunga and Nietzsche Deuel

November 21, 2017

Senior member of 36 Arts Shoshi Altman said for the club's goals, the magazine format has become obsolete and proved difficult to manage in past years. “We’re a club that’s a literary club magazine, but in years past we’ve had to spend a lot of money on making the magazine part of the club....

36 Arts adapts to reach wider audience

Senior Katie Steiner looks over a 36 Arts magazine from a past issue.  36 Arts has been working on converting from a magazine to a website.

Nietzsche Deuel and Ndunzi Kunsunga

October 26, 2017

Getting ready to make her last year of high school memorable, club co-leader senior Katie Steiner prepares 36 Arts to be a more successful club. According to Steiner, 36 Arts plans to have teachers come in and help students creatively express themselves. “We are going to try to bring in people from...

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