ICYMI – Week of September 19: Meet the new WHS teachers, Natick days festival protest and #Free Britney

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

Tess Alongi

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

News:
WSPN’s Sophia Oppenheim talked to students about the statewide bus crisis and how it is affecting student at Wayland High School. Reporters Lucy Grasso, Nina Wilson, Penelope Biddle, Hallie Luo and Selena Liu along with editor Tess Alongi interviewed the new WHS staff members.

WSPN’s Genevieve Morrison reports on the Natick Days Festival and the protest that took place. Alongi wrote about the special town meeting that is taking place Oct. 3.

Sports:
Editor Dante Coppola recaped the Wayland girls soccer win against Cambridge Rindge and Latin. Editor Sammy Johnson spoke with Devin Dicarlo and Thomas Balicki about continuing Wayland’s tradition of playing field hockey.

A&E:
WSPN’s Dante Coppola reviewed Donda by Kanye West in his first article for his column Dante’s Discography.

“Following a surprise announcement, three listening events and the release date getting pushed back multiple times, Kanye West’s “Donda” is finally here,” Coppola said. “Furthermore, Kanye’s divorce, ongoing beef with fellow artist Drake and continued struggle with mental health accentuated the spotlight on his project.”

Opinion:
Reporter Ari Zuckerman shared his opinion on the need for a vaccine mandate. WSPN’s Emily Roberge gave her evaluation on Bagel Table, the newest restaurant at the Wayland Town Center. WSPN’s Delia Caulfield wrote about the #Free Britney campaign.