ICYMI: Week of November 4 – TikTok, college sports recruitment, senior night photos


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Meredith Prince

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


Reporters Allie Nunn and Emily Staiti took a close look into the newest addition to the WHS courtyard, a sundial installed by science teacher William Froberg’s astronomy class.

Meanwhile, Nunn and reporter Lindsey Brown highlighted the opening of the new rail trail that runs through the towns of Wayland and Weston.


WSPN’s Max Brande revealed how the app TikTok has become popular at WHS and gathered students’ opinions on the social media app.

“If you are bored and have some time on your hands, TikTok is a great way to spend that time,” senior Zeke Betancourt said. “A lot of people like [the app] and can easily scroll through it for hours.”


Editor Ellie Tyska and WSPN’s Meredith Prince highlighted four seniors who are committed to colleges for a sport and their recruitment process.

Reporter Aiden Chitkara reflected on the midway point of the fantasy football season in an edition of Warrior Weekly.


Editor Julia Callini shot several sports galleries, including girls soccer vs. Bedford and the girls soccer senior night. Editor Caroline Lampert alongside Callini captured the girls volleyball senior night. Reporter Kaitlyn Mabe captured another senior night for the boys soccer team.

Meanwhile, WSPN’s Caitlin Newton and reporters Sammy Johnson and Emily Staiti snapped photos at football’s win against Lincoln-Sudbury.