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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

Students at Loker Elementary School will be attending school on the WHS campus Tuesday, as a result of school closure due to water damage.
News Brief: Loker students attending WHS Feb. 7
Genevieve Morrison February 6, 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 30 - Winter Week, Senior Show and success of the girls varsity basketball team
Nadya Chase February 6, 2023
On Tuesday, Jan. 31, Jason Verhoosky, the Director of Wayland Cares, gave a presentation on the importance of communication in the WHS lecture hall.
Wayland Cares hosts a seminar on communication
Chloe Zilembo and Jessi Dretler February 4, 2023
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Special guest speaker, Eben Bein sits at the front of the lecture hall sharing his story as a climate change activist. “I dont think its important to talk about climate change, Bein said. I think its important to talk about climate justice and climate action.
Eben Bein: The change we can produce in "Our Climate"
Sophia Oppenheim and Nina Wilson February 1, 2023
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 and Charlotte Thirman 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
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Every high school sport comes with challenges, but for the Wayland Swim and Dive team they are additive elements that make for a stressful season. The image above shows Junior Katie Pralle performing an 100 butterfly at Waylands dual meet against Holliston on Dec. 8, 2022. Divers performed earlier in the meet where many of them made their first cuts for states.
The stress and success of Wayland swim and dive
Talia Macchi February 7, 2023
WSPNs Bella Schreiber and Jenny Shine discuss the NFL and concussions.
Opinion: The NFL does not take injuries seriously
Bella Schreiber and Jenny Shine February 4, 2023
WSPN’s Jeffery Zhang discusses the importance of Morocco’s run in the 2022 Fifa World Cup.
Opinion: Morocco's historic run in the 2022 FIFA World Cup
Jeffery Zhang January 31, 2023
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WSPNs Nathan Crozier reviews a new film, She Said. Crozier discusses how this box office failure is actually a masterpiece.
Movie review: "She Said"
Nathan Crozier February 7, 2023
 During the slow fashion show on Feb. 2, student model junior Charmaine Guo answers questions about her thrifted outfit during an interview segment of the show. The purpose of the slow fashion show was to highlight the importance of sustainable fashion and to display the creativity of WHS students.
Slow fashion show showcases a good cause
Talia Macchi and Aimee Smith February 7, 2023
Window wows in Winter Week performance
Window wows in Winter Week performance
Genevieve Morrison and Emily Roberge February 6, 2023
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