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  • June 12Boys' tennis and girls' tennis win MIAA State Championship

  • June 12Boys' volleyball falls to Westfield in MIAA Division I Finals

  • June 12Wayland-Weston Crew's lightweight 4+ places sixth at USRowing Nationals

Wayland art students shine

Wayland art students shine

Alie Perkus
March 18, 2009
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Editor's Picks, WSPN

What do "Enlarged Left Brain", "Fraktured," and "Rhino" have in common? They are all winning art in the 2009 Boston Globe Scholastic Art contest. While 343 schools entered the competition, Wayland Students excelled, bringing back buckets of awards. Each art teacher submitted ten pieces of artwork ...

Election Speeches

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Sasha Pansovoy
November 4, 2008
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, WSPN.TV

The making of Twilight

Alie Perkus
October 16, 2008
Filed under Articles, Arts & Entertainment, Features, WSPN

On June 2, 2003, the first day of her children’s swimming lessons, Twilight was born on the screens of Stephanie Meyer's laptop. She got the idea for Twilight from a dream. Meyer started writing by first writing the middle of the book, and then later writing the beginning. The rough, rough draft was f...

A Review: Earthfest on May 24, 2008

A Review: Earthfest on May 24, 2008

Sasha Pansovoy
June 1, 2008
Filed under Articles, Arts & Entertainment

As my dad and I drove onto Boylston street in Boston, we could hear booming music from the Hatch Shell. I walked on the overpass and saw plenty of people sitting on blankets. I wasn’t quite familiar with what Earthfest was really about. After walking around for several hours I became acquainted ...

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