ICYMI: Week of February 8- FBI, Chinese New Year, climate control


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Taylor McGuire

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


Staff reporters Sophia Oppenheim and Tess Alongi reported a Natick woman being arrested for her involvement at the Capitol Building on Wednesday, Jan. 7.

“I believe she broke the law and should be tried for such,” Natick town meeting moderator Frank Foss said. “I also believe she violated the trust, privileges and rights given to her under the Constitution.”


Staff reporters Olivia Tawakol and Jessie Feist asked students their thoughts on one of the Winter Week activities, the trivia game.

“I was sitting in the English office, and sometimes I could hear cheering or groans from classrooms down the halls when they got the answers right or wrong,” Student Council member Zachary Marto said.


Staff reporter Delia Caulfield highlighted the new athletic trainer, Katie Headley, and WSPN’s Julia Raymond interviewed the Athlete of the Month, Luke Tacelli.

Caulfield looked further into the ways that winter sports season will be modified due to COVID-19 precautions.


Co-Editor-in-Chief Ellie Tyska shot pictures at the Wayland High School girls varsity basketball team’s loss to Bedford on Senior Night, and editors Emily Staiti and Lauren Medeiros published a gallery from Window Dance Ensemble’s performance during Winter Week.

Staff reporters Kaitlyn Mabe and Kate Clifford uploaded a gallery from the Wayland girls swim and dive team’s Senior Night where they competed virtually against Austin Prep and Boston Latin.


Staff reporter Emily Roberge expressed how she thinks President Biden’s first days in office demonstrate a necessity for climate control, and WSPN’s Jonathan Zhang shared his thoughts on the Chinese New Year in his column, American Born Chinese.