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The history behind the Wayland-Weston Thanksgiving football rivalry

The history behind the Wayland-Weston Thanksgiving football rivalry

Lindsay Adelman, Liam McNeish, and Nathan Zhao
November 25, 2015
Filed under Articles, Recent Posts, Showcase, Sports, WSPN

WSPN takes a look at the history behind the Wayland-Weston Thanksgiving game rivalry.

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WHS holds annual fall a cappella concert

WHS holds annual fall a cappella concert

Jackie Stoller, Janani Gandhi, and Thomas Chan
November 24, 2015
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Audio Slideshow, Multimedia, Recent Posts, Showcase, WSPN, WSPN.TV

The WHS Muses, Madrigals and Testostertones performed during the fall a cappella concert.

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Students share their experiences working and shopping on Black Friday

Students share their experiences working and shopping on Black Friday

Aimee LaRochelle and Lina Baranovsky
November 24, 2015
Filed under Articles, Features, Recent Posts, WSPN

Junior Abby McCarthy: McCarthy is working at Aeropostale at the Natick Mall on Black Friday this year. She says she's ready to go with the flow and get customers what they need. “I think it’s going to be really busy, and we’re probably going to run out of a lot of the clothes, and there’...

Sophomores attend 2015 semiformal (36 photos)

Sophomores attend 2015 semiformal (36 photos)

Alex Torres
November 24, 2015
Filed under Multimedia, News, Photo Galleries, Recent Posts, Showcase, WSPN

The class of 2018 attended the annual sophomore semiformal dance last Saturday at Weston Golf Club.

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Sara Snow: One of the biggest things teaching has taught me is to listen and to learn from listening

Sara Snow: One of the biggest things teaching has taught me is to listen and to learn from listening

Lindsay Adelman
November 23, 2015
Filed under Articles, Recent Posts, Showcase, Spotlight, WSPN

The lights in the theater dim, and with that, the crowd’s noise dies down until only a quiet whispering remains. There's not a sound in the air as the curtains rustle, concealing all of the color, noise and talent behind it. Suddenly, the spotlights cut through the darkness, a beam of light focusing...

Freshmen react to the end of first quarter

Freshmen react to the end of first quarter

Lucy Hughes and Jackie Stoller
November 23, 2015
Filed under Features, Recent Posts, WSPN

  “I like the high school more than the middle school so far. My favorite part would be getting to be with people who I wasn't in school with before and being part of a lot of new activities. There is a difference in the workload. Also, extracurriculars are a lot more intense. My least ...

Maasai Youth Outreach Organization founder presents to history classes

Maasai Youth Outreach Organization founder presents to history classes

Meg Trogolo
November 23, 2015
Filed under Articles, News, Recent Posts, Showcase, WSPN

Jonathan Saoyo Simel, founder of the Maasai Youth Outreach Organization (MAYOO), gave a presentation to WHS history classes. Simel spoke about his childhood, MAYOO and ways that students could get involved. He discussed his organization, which runs a safe house for at-risk Maasai girls in Kenya and...

The Class of 2018 prepares for the semi-formal dance

The Class of 2018 prepares for the semi-formal dance

Nandita Subbiah
November 19, 2015
Filed under Articles, Features, Recent Posts, WSPN

One of the most important responsibilities of the class officers is to organize class events, and for sophomores, one of these events is the annual sophomore semi. The officers of the Class of 2018 have been planning their semi for the past several months, fundraising, renting the venue and organizing...

Mandy Judah loves to ski

Mandy Judah loves to ski

Abby McCarthy
November 18, 2015
Filed under Articles, Recent Posts, Sports, WSPN

Numb toes and frosty fingers are all part of senior Mandy Judah’s favorite activity. She loves the team spirit and challenge of cross country skiing. “My freshman year, I was pretty much the worst skier on the team,” Judah said. “What kept me coming back every year was really that team spirit....

Review: “Just So”

Review: “Just So”

Meg Trogolo
November 18, 2015
Filed under Articles, Arts & Entertainment, Opinion, Recent Posts, Reviews, WSPN

WSPN's Meg Trogolo reviews this year's fall musical, "Just So".

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