ICYMI: Week of September 19 – WHS’ new teachers, family after the COVID-19 pandemic and rating vegan snacks

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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.

Nadya Chase

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 article.

News:

Staff Reporter Selena Liu broke down Queen Elizabeth’s death, and WSPN’s Aimee Smith interviewed WHS’ new teachers for the 2022-2023 school year. WSPN’s Tess Alongi reported on the WHS SADD club attending the SADD national convention.

Staff Reporter Tina Su wrote about the details about the upcoming sophomore semi-formal, and WSPN’s Kally Proctor shared information about Cancer Moonshot.

Features:

WSPN’s Nadya Chase reported on the WHS innovation camp held this summer.

“From July 11 until July 29, [innovation teacher Hayes] Hart-Thompson hosted a free innovation camp at WHS, allowing students to explore different areas of interest without the confines of a regular high school class or the expenses of a regular summer camp,” Chase wrote.

Multimedia:

Co-Editor Sasha Libenzon and Staff Reporter Hallie Lou photographed the varsity boys soccer game against Cambridge Rindge and Latin. Libenzon, Smith and Chase produced a gallery about the varsity football game against Amesbury.

A&E:

Editor Talia Macchi shared the whiteout and Kicks for Cancer psychs for the football and soccer games on Friday, September 23.

“Get loud and bring out your blue and white this weekend for the Warriors, they’ll be psyched to see you,” Macchi wrote.

Opinion:

Editor Katya Luzarraga shared her opinion on the importance of family after the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, WSPN’s Delia Caulfield challenged the nation’s political system.

Broadcast:

Co-Editor Jackie Cahaly, along with Staff Reporters Abby Raftery and Lucy Grasso, tasted and rated different vegan snacks. Grasso and Raftery, as well as Staff Reporter Morgen Warner, spoke about the club fair and the Kicks for Cancer soccer game in episode 58 of Weekly Breakdown.