The latest Greylock Echo has hit the halls this week. This issue offers fourteen pages of news, opinion, reviews, features, sports, and more. Editor-in-Chief Lucy McWeeny has assembled an impressive staff 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 May 2024 print edition of the Greylock Echo:

In This Issue: 

News & Features: 

  • Science Classes Travel to View Eclipse
  • I in 650: Interview With Gianna Pesce
  • Friends of the Arts Hosts Talent Show
  • District Names DEIBA Coach
  • Mount Greylock Showcases Student Art
  • Spanish Club Holds Fundraiser
  • Mount Greylock Represents at Student Government Day
  • YES Club Organizes Trash Pickup
  • Gemini Returns to Mount Greylock
  • The Ebbs and Flows of Mount Greylock Clubs
  • The School Budget Explained
  • Mount Greylock Offers First Online SAT
  • Students Hold Clothing Drive for Cradles to Crayons
  • Student Art Features at MASS MoCA Teen Invitational
  • Recovery Center to Open in Former Sweet Brook
  • Ostheimer To Retire as Girls Soccer Coach
  • Meet Your Neighbor: Carl Samuelson
  • A Student Account of the School Argentina Trip


  • Spring Sports in Full Swing
  • March Madness at Mount Greylock
  • Enhanced Games Offer Alternative View on Doping
  • Athlete Spotlight: Chase Hoey


  • The Rise and Fall of Portland's Drug Decriminalization
  • Book Review: "The Inheritance Games"
  • "Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire" Review
  • "Road House" Remake Balances Homage with Reinvention
  • Reflections on the FASFA Fiasco