ICYMI: Week of April 3 – effort to bring back period products to WHS, Alex Shiffler’s figure skating and women’s basketball in March Madness


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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.


Staff Reporter Selena Liu reported on junior CC Haddad’s effort to bring period products back to Wayland High School bathrooms. WSPN’s Aimee Smith shared an infographic about students’ courses for next year.

WSPN’s Talia Macchi wrote a news brief about Spring Week. Meanwhile, Staff Reporter Hallie Luo interviewed WHS juniors about the SAT.


Smith reported on junior Alex Shiffler’s journey with figure skating worldwide.

“Although competing internationally is a lot of work, Shiffler is passionate about figure skating and loves working with her team,” Smith wrote.


Co-Editor Charlotte Thirman interviewed students and teachers about the difference between morning and afternoon classes. Thirman and Staff Reporter Emma Zocco photographed the boys volleyball game against Milford.


Staff Reporter Melina Barris created an infographic about spring break activities. Thirman and Staff Reporter Penelope Biddle created a quiz to guess which shoes belong to which WHS student.

WSPN’s Nina Wilson shared an Easter crossword. Meanwhile, WSPN’s Delia Caulfield and Staff Reporter Jenny Shine created an infographic about senior and junior prom.


Staff Reporter Jessi Dretler and Guest Writer Elyssa Grillo shared their opinion on snow in California and what this means for our environment. Shine wrote about the lack of recognition that women’s basketball receives during March Madness.


Co-Editor Jackie Cahaly, along with Staff Reporters Lucy Grasso and Abby Raftery, reviewed Charles River Coffee House in the 13th episode of Picky Eater Picks.