WSPN is turning 10 years on May 1, 2017. Take a look back at some of WSPN’s best stories throughout the years.
Students participate in a focus group for the third presidential debate (Video)
Students watched the third presidential debate on Wednesday and then participated in a focus group no analyze the debate.
Exploring gender differences within AP classes
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According to the U.S. News and World Report, almost half of all Wayland High School students will take at least one AP class during their high school career. WSPN has found a marked difference in the proportion of girls and boys in certain AP classes.
Computer science teacher Michael Hopps noticed a gender disparity within his three AP classes...
Student council candidates participate in debate
Wednesday, May 15, student council candidates Tommy Bernotas, Corey Mordas and Josh O'Neil, representing one candidate from each pair of running mates in the presidential election, participated in a debate hosted by WSPN. WSPN's Elizabeth Karpacz moderated the debate.
Ten Years Later: How 9/11 changed Stephanie Galvani
At 8:58 a.m. on September 11th, 2001, Jeff Gonski received a phone call at work. The caller ID read Amy, his fiancée, who was at a trade show in the North Tower of the World Trade Center. When he answered the call, the line was dead.
Moments later, a colleague leaned around Gonski’s cubicle and told him that planes had just flown into the World Trade Center.
Ten years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Jeff Gonski is happily married t...
Ten Years Later: Remembering Jane Louise Simpkin
To some it's a mystery, to others a sad reminder, but to the mother and sister of Jane Louise Simpkin, the bench in the quad outside the Arts Building at Wayland High School is a time capsule to a life cut too short by the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001.
Jane Louise Simpkin, at age 36, died on United Airlines flight 175 from Boston to Los Angeles, on September 11, 2001. At 9:03 A...