ICYMI: Week of May 1 – Late Night, WHS protects banned books and Jazz Band


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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.


WSPN’s Aimee Smith reported on WHS hosting two Late Night events this year.

“Late Night, a substance-free event held after prom, is a recurring tradition in Wayland,” Smith wrote. “However, this year Wayland will be hosting two Late Night events instead of one for the first time.”


Staff Reporter Tina Su highlighted the food trucks at Lavin’s Liquors. Staff Reporters Emma Zocco, Jane Tardif and Mishca Lee produced a video about school nurse Tim Bryant. Meanwhile, Co-Editor Sophia Oppenheim wrote about the protection of banned books at WHS.


WSPN’s Reva Datar reported on the WHS Jazz Band. Meanwhile, Oppenheim and Tardif created a gift guide for Mother’s Day. Su and Staff Reporter Hallie Luo shared the top local activities to do during the springtime.


Editor Katya Luzarraga shared her experience with sexual assault and harassment in school. Staff Reporter Jeffery Zhang wrote about Erling Haaland’s career.