ICYMI: Week of October 11 – freshman class elections, WHS parking pass problems and WHS Class of 1970

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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:

Editor Nadya Chase broke the news on the freshman class elections and reported on the change in required history courses.

Features:

Editor Sophia Oppenheim and WSPN’s Charlotte Thirman wrote about WHS parking pass problems. Oppenheim, along with Co-Editor-in-Chief Genevieve Morrison and Staff Reporters Mischa Lee and Emma Zocco, produced a gallery and a video about the WHS Class of 1970 returning to WHS 50 years later.

Sports:

WSPN’s Bella Schreiber reported on Pam’s run returning for its 10th year anniversary, and WSPN’s Sasha Libenzon highlighted Luke Chisum in this month’s edition of Athlete of the Month.

Multimedia:

Staff Reporter Mischa Lee and Emma Zocco photographed the field hockey game against Westford Academy.

“The game ended in a draw, the score being 1-1, with senior Sophie Stowell getting the only goal in the first quarter,” Lee and Zocco wrote.

A&E:

Editor Talia Macchi shared the pink-out psych for the varsity football game on Thursday, October 13. Meanwhile, WSPN’s Deirdre Brown reviewed the “5SOS5” album.

Opinion:

Staff Reporter Jeffery Zhang shared his opinion on Roger Federer retiring.

“Federer’s influence on the tennis community and his impact on many aspiring young tennis fans will remain for years to come, and I’m so grateful I was able to witness his greatness,” Federer wrote.

Broadcast:

Co-Editor Deirdre Brown quizzed Staff Reporters Lucy Grasso and Morgen Warner to see if they are smarter than a 5th grader.