The latest Greylock Echo has hit the halls this week. This newly formatted issue offers fourteen pages of news, opinion, reviews, features, sports, and more. Editors Emma Sandstrom and Mackenzie Sheehy have assembled an impressive team of writers this year who are working on print editions as well as maintaining an online version of the news (with separate content than the print edition).

If you have not seen, subscribed to, or engaged the Echo Online please do. The print edition is only a small part of the work the Echo staff is doing.

Here is a link to the online Echo page which you should promptly bookmark in your browser of choice. Note: The online version works brilliantly on your handheld devices as well.

 Here is the November 2021 print edition of the Greylock Echo: 

In This Issue:  News & Features:
New MIAA Schedule: "Healthy Competition" or Perils to Mental Health?
1 in 650: An Interview with Melina Woodbury
A Look at the College Application Process
Midsummer? More like Mid-Fall: Shakespeare Returns
The Williams College Capital Gift Six Years Later
Regional School Challenges: The "Town Divide"
Greylock Partakes in "Banned Books Week"
Thirty-Year-Old Structure Uncovered
Spirit Week Overview
North Adams Elects First Female Mayor
"Repro Japan" Comes to WCMA
Outdoor Classroom or Dance Floor?
Flu Clinic
A Tribute to Miss Patsy

Fall Sports Update
Athlete Spotlight: Kate Swann

Sylvie's Book Corner
A Failure in Local Environmental Education is a Failure for All
The Perfect Cider Donut
Twin Advice, Twice as Nice