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News Brief: WSPN wins Online Pacemaker

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News Brief: WSPN wins Online Pacemaker

WSPN recently won an Online Pacemaker award at the NSPA High School Journalism Convention in San Francisco.

WSPN recently won an Online Pacemaker award at the NSPA High School Journalism Convention in San Francisco.

WSPN recently won an Online Pacemaker award at the NSPA High School Journalism Convention in San Francisco.

WSPN recently won an Online Pacemaker award at the NSPA High School Journalism Convention in San Francisco.

Julia Callini

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WSPN, the official school newspaper of WHS, won a prestigious Pacemaker award while attending the JEA/NSPA convention in San Francisco last month. The Pacemakers are an award given to school newspapers that demonstrate excellence in journalism. This was WSPN’s first time winning a Pacemaker since 2013. WSPN also came in sixth in the “Best of Show” category for schools with a population under 1,500. Sophomore Kevin Wang, WSPN’s news editor, won an award for excellence in news writing, and senior Evan Curtin won an honorable mention for portrait photography.

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Julia Callini, class of 2020, is ecstatic to be back at WSPN as broadcast editor. This is her second year on staff, and she cannot wait to learn more about...

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