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Did You Know: Peter Moore

Lucy Hughes, Aimee LaRochelle
March 16, 2017
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Warrior Weekly: March Madness

Warrior Weekly: March Madness

Duncan Stephenson
March 16, 2017
Filed under Recent Posts, Sports, Warrior Weekly, WSPN, WSPN Blogs

With the NCAA tournament starting on Thursday, here are my predictions for the Final Four: East Representative: Wisconsin Badgers, 8 seed This Badgers team is not supremely talented, but they have size, and experience. Players like Nigel Hayes, Bronson Koenig, and Zak Showalter played in the N...

Quiz: How Well Do You Know Mr. Chase?

Quiz: How Well Do You Know Mr. Chase?

Kate Balicki and Abby Stoller
March 16, 2017
Filed under Articles, Features, Quizzes, Recent Posts, Showcase

Test your knowledge on history teacher Mr. Chase.

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Athlete of the Week: Kayla Mabe

Athlete of the Week: Kayla Mabe

Kate Balicki
March 15, 2017
Filed under Articles, Athlete of the Week, Recent Posts, Sports, WSPN

Name: Kayla Mabe Grade: Junior Sport: Soccer Achievements: Mabe started playing soccer in the first grade. She has been a three-year starter on the girls' varsity soccer team, as well as a captain her junior year. She was nominated as a DCL All Star junior year. Additionally, she has been...

WHS hosts Wayland Sings (24 photos)

WHS hosts Wayland Sings (24 photos)

Audrey Camacho and Jay Abdella
March 15, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Multimedia, Photo Galleries, Recent Posts, Showcase, WSPN

WHS hosts singers from Happy Hollow, Loker, Claypit Hill, and the Wayland Middle School in the annual Wayland Sings concert.

WHS hosts String Jam (31 photos)

WHS hosts String Jam (31 photos)

Audrey Camacho
March 13, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Multimedia, Photo Galleries, Recent Posts, Showcase, WSPN

Orchestras from all of Wayland's public schools played in the annual String Jamboree.

METCO marks 50th anniversary

METCO marks 50th anniversary

Jay Abdella
March 9, 2017
Filed under Articles, Features, Recent Posts, Showcase, WSPN

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the METCO program’s existence in Massachusetts. METCO stands for Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity. The program is designed to promote diversity by integrating students from Boston into the suburbs. The program currently includes 34 districts in...

Opinion: Pressures of high school lead to political apathy

Opinion: Pressures of high school lead to political apathy

Yaniv Goren
March 9, 2017
Filed under Articles, Opinion, Recent Posts

You want to start a club, but you don’t have the time. There’s a BLM rally downtown today, but you dare not miss a test about civil rights in history. You just got home after a grueling swim meet, and you can’t wait to scour the Internet for exciting community service opportunities – yet you’re...

[Title of Show] cast discusses performance and process

[Title of Show] cast discusses performance and process

Natalie Hsu
March 8, 2017
Filed under Articles, Arts & Entertainment, Recent Posts, WSPN

WHS seniors Jenia Brewington, Sophia Calder, Andrea Ponce and Clare Lippincott performed the Broadway musical [Title of Show] on Friday and Saturday. The modified play follows four actors, Jenny, Hunter, Susan and Heidi, as they write a musical about writing a musical. The seniors changed one of the...

Opt-out forms for prom coach buses

Opt-out forms for prom coach buses

Isabel Gitten and Aimee LaRochelle
March 8, 2017
Filed under Articles, News, Recent Posts, WSPN

Last Friday, parents of juniors received a transportation opt-out notification form that would allow students the option not to take a coach bus. In November, the junior class government originally announced that coach buses would be available for students to ride to the junior prom on May 13. Juniors...

Artist of the Week: Jesse Wang

Artist of the Week: Jesse Wang

Kevin Wang
March 6, 2017
Filed under Articles, Artist of the Week, Arts & Entertainment, Recent Posts, Spotlight, Student Art, WSPN

The dark wood of the elephantine instrument glistened as the small boy stared at it in awe. He picked up the bow, placed it on the string and struck out a note. The bass resonated with a deep rumble. The wire of the string quivered back and forth, the delicate vibrations expanding like a ripple of water...

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