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ICYMI: Week of Sept. 11 – RecPASS program, new WHS golf coach and recent SCOTUS rulings

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In the weekly series,“In Case You Missed It,” News Editor Selena Liu summarizes stories from the past week with links to the corresponding WSPN article.

News:
Editor Selena Liu and WSPN’s Aimee Smith broke down the news about the new COVID-19 information. Meanwhile, Staff Reporters Torryn Carlson and Sophia Verma wrote about Hurricane Lee and its potential impact.

Features:

Co-Editor-in-Chief Nadya Chase and WSPN’s Katya Luzarraga wrote about the new RecPASS program.

“The RecPASS program provides elementary students with opportunities to continue learning and engaging with their friends outside of school,” Chase and Luzarraga wrote. “In addition to the benefits for students, the RecPASS program allows working parents to complete their workday without having to look after their children at the same time.”

Sports:
Editor Bella Shreiber produced an article about Wayland High School’s new golf coach, Brian Reddington. Meanwhile, WSPN’s Chloe Zilembo and Emma Zocco shared their opinions about field hockey’s fading flame at WHS.

Multimedia:
Editor Sasha Libenzon photographed the boys soccer team’s win against North Reading. Meanwhile, WSPN’s Mischa Lee and Carolina Sdoia produced a gallery on the girls volleyball team’s win over Concord Carlisle.

A&E:
WSPN’s Reva Datar reviewed the movie “Oppenheimer.” WSPN’s Hallie Luo and Staff Reporter Melina Barris produced a quiz to guess students’ water bottles.

Smith reviewed Olivia Rodrigo’s sophomore album “GUTS.”

Opinion:
Datar shared her opinions on the recent SCOTUS rulings.

“The amount of decisions coming out of the Supreme Court has been alarming,” Datar wrote. “Not only this, but decisions with six to three votes, when liberal justices are always in the dissent. There’s barely any unanimity in court, and the situation probably won’t get better anytime soon.”

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Selena Liu, News Editor
Selena Liu, Class of 2024, is a third year reporter and the news editor for WSPN. She is a two-time captain of the cross country team, as well as a captain of both the indoor track and the tennis teams at WHS. She is also her class's vice president. Outside of school, she enjoys traveling, spending time with her friends and writing for her column Breaking Down Breaking News. Contact: [email protected]
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