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. Editor Molly Sullivan has 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 March 3023 print edition of the Greylock Echo:


In This Issue: 

News & Features: 

Two Mount Greylock Students Selected for All-State Festival Ensembles

1 in 650: Interview with Annie Art

See Fund Awards $15,000 to Thirteen Grants

Students Create Memoir Covers in Graphic Design Course

Professor Matt Tokeshi Gives Greylock Talk About Midterms

Peer Team, in Collaboration With Administration, Kickstarts Anti-Bullying Campaign

Williamstown Votes in Favor of New Fire Station

President Biden Gives His Second State of the Union Address

58th Anniversary of "Bloody Sunday" Observed in Selma

AP African American Studies Curriculum Debated Across America

Mount Greylock Regional School District Briefly Installs Mask Recommendation in January

English Language Learner Class Focusses on Cooking Unit

Teachers who Attended Greylock as Students Reflect

Tips on Combating Seasonal Blues in the Winter

Parental Leave at Mount Greylock and in the US

Mount Greylock Theater Department Presents Oliver! Performances in Early March


Winter Sports Review: Boys Basketball, Nordic Ski Excel in Post-Seasons

"AP" Gym Members Reflect on Trial Semester

Boys Cross Country Skiing Repeats as State Champs, Girls Place 3rd

Senior Ezra Holzapfel Reflects on His Time in the Skiing Program


NFL Referees Hold Too Much Influence on Game Results

The MG Library: A Safe Space for Students

Course Selection Process Takes on New Requirements

Harmful "Humor" on TikTok and Social Media

Oliver! Crew Focusses on Sustainability

Sylvie's Book Corner

Pandemic Messages in Glass Onion