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Girl, know your place: Sexism at Wayland High

Alie Perkus
June 15
Filed under Features, Opinion, WSPN

“I’m a dude, so physical harassment seems normal,” remarked a 10th grade male when asked what examples of sexism he had experienced or witnessed at Wayland High School. Two weeks ago, students in grades 9,10, and 11 were asked to take an anonymous survey requesting their opinions about sexism...

Inspired and inspiring: 2009 Graduation words

Sasha Pansovoy
June 11
Filed under Articles, Features, WSPN

This past Sunday, June 7th, hundreds of students, teachers, friends, and family gathered in the stands and on the turf field to celebrate the the class of 2009's graduation. Along with Magda Buczek, class president, graduating seniors James Ivker, Attrace Chang (valedictorian), and Frederique Verly (salutatorian)...

Former WHS student inspires marathon runners

Former WHS student inspires marathon runners

Kelsey Sommers
May 7
Filed under Articles, Editor's Picks, Features, Sports, WSPN

When Katie Lynch suffered a leg injury before the 2001 Boston Marathon, she never contemplated giving up. “I’m an athlete,” she said. “I have to train.” Throughout her life, Katie had a passion for athletics. In 1992, when she was a junior at Wayland High School, Katie walked 175 feet from the hist...

Feature: Through another lens

Feature: Through another lens

Kelsey Sommers
April 30
Filed under Articles, Editor's Picks, Features, WSPN

Keaton leaves his house late this morning. Just as he pulls up to school, the 7:25 bell rings. He races to class, avoiding the hole in the walkway between the Language and History buildings, and makes it to Mr. Keaney’s first period English class just as the bell rings. No demerits for Keaton today....

Wayland author publishes first book

Kelsey Sommers
January 27
Filed under Editor's Picks, Features, WSPN

“All my life, I’ve had stories spinning around in my head. They were always for my entertainment—I never thought I’d be an author,” says Wayland resident Juliette Fay, who just a few weeks ago published her first book; Shelter Me. Shelter Me tells the story of Janie LaMarche, a mother of two y...

Paradise on Earth

Sasha Pansovoy
December 1
Filed under Features, WSPN Blogs

Vacation traveling is usually entertaining, but when I found out, near the end of last spring, that my family and I were going on a two week sailing vacation in French Polynesia, I got really excited; the French Polynesian Islands are considered “paradise on Earth,” and I was about to see for myself....

Latest Recalls: Chocolate and Coffee

Latest Recalls: Chocolate and Coffee

Sasha Pansovoy
October 28
Filed under Features, WSPN Blogs

We all remember the toy recall last year; many Fisher-Price toys were recalled due to a lead poisoning scare. Of course, no one wants their child to get lead poisoning. Now, the recalls have been announced on such popular items as chocolate or coffee. Recently, seven hundred tons of milk powder wer...

The making of Twilight

Alie Perkus
October 16
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...

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