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Wayland Student Press

The student news site of Wayland High School

Wayland Student Press

The student news site of Wayland High School

Wayland Student Press

Midterms are set to take place on Thursday, Jan. 26 and Friday, Jan. 27.
News Brief: Administration shares information regarding upcoming midterms
Nadya Chase January 24, 2023
During winter break, several flights were canceled or delayed due to strong winter storms. Two days before our flight home, we found out that our flight to Massachusetts was canceled, junior Mariam Gayed said. “We had to rent a car in Chicago and drive back to Massachusetts.
Canceled flights over winter break impact students’ schedules
Melina Barris January 23, 2023
In the weekly series, “In Case You Missed It,” News Editor Nadya Chase summarizes stories from the past week with links to the corresponding WSPN articles.
ICYMI: Week of January 16 - ChatGPT, future WHS college athletes and speaking out against racism
Nadya Chase January 23, 2023
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Right off of Route 20 sits Wayland Mini Market, a shop with over 20 years of history. The market opened before any other convenience store in the area. “I love my business because [even though] you need to put in a lot of time, I [get to interact] with my customers,” Wayland Mini Market owner Ahmed Mousa said.
Humble but historic: Wayland Mini Market
Tina Su January 27, 2023
ChatGPT is infiltrating WHS with the newly developed programs aid for school work. In the moment, it can be very easy to reach for the nearest, easiest tool, but the long term effects of that are pretty harrowing, English teacher Kelsey Pitcairn said.
ChatGPT enters Wayland High School
Nina Wilson and Sophia Oppenheim January 18, 2023
For some students at WHS, advisory is a time to relax, but for others, it is unnecessary. “I have mixed feelings about advisory,” junior Katie Pralle said. “Some days, I wish I was doing other things, but other days, I am grateful for the short break.”
Mixed reviews: Opinions about advisory at WHS
Tina Su January 12, 2023
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WSPN’s Jeffery Zhang reflects on Rafael Nadal’s loss at the 2023 Australian Open.
Opinion: Nadal cannot recover from his Australian Open loss
Jeffery Zhang January 24, 2023
Freshman Ella Getz drives to the basket after a pick set by senior captain Lila Powers. Getz proudly wears number 33, the number of her role model.  My number is 33 and I take it from Katie Lou Samuelson, Getz said. She used to play for the University of Connecticut, and I love her.
Athlete of the month: Ella Getz
Jenny Shine January 21, 2023
WSPN’s Jeffery Zhang reflects on Ronaldo’s decision to transfer to Saudi Arabian soccer team Al Nassr.
Opinion: The crumbling downfall of Cristiano Ronaldo
Jeffery Zhang January 17, 2023
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Join WSPNs Co-Editor-in-Chief Genevieve Morrison and Co-Multimedia Editor Charlotte Thirman in a review of their top 10 movies of 2022.
Top 10 movies of 2022
Genevieve Morrison and Charlotte Thirman January 26, 2023
WSPNs Chloe Zilembo and Jenny Shine share ten of their favorite places to sled and ice skate around the Wayland and Boston area.
Interactive map: Local sledding and ice skating spots
Chloe Zilembo and Jenny Shine January 26, 2023
Infographic: 65th Grammy Award predictions
Infographic: 65th Grammy Award predictions
Sierra Dale January 25, 2023
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