ICYMI – Week of September 26: Special town meeting, WHS semi-formals and club fair

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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:
Editor Tess Alongi broke down the special town meeting that was called for due to a petition contained 400 signatures. Alongi also outlined the special schedule that took place Wednesday Sept. 29 due to professional development.

Features:
Staff reporters Kally Proctor, Nadya Chase and Katya Luzarraga spoke to class officers and administration about the class of 2023 and class of 2024’s semi-formal dance that are both set to take place Oct. 2021.

“Each class’s executive board is responsible for fundraising, planning and releasing information about its dance,” Proctor, Chase and Luzarraga said. “Neither the sophomore or junior e-boards have released information about their respective dances since the school year began, leaving many students with questions.”

Sports:
WSPN’s Gabriel Likerman shared an outlook on Wayland boys soccer season.

“With the school year and fall sports in full swing, the Wayland boys soccer team is ready to fight for their place at the top of the DCL,” Likerman said.

Multimedia:
WSPN staff bring views to Wayland High School’s first club fair in two years. Due to the rain, the club faire took place inside the commons and field house. Editor Charlotte Thirman along with reporters Talia Macchi and Emma Zocco produced a gallery from Wayland field hockey’s 3-0 loss to Concord Carlisle.

A&E:
Reporter Kris Poole-Evans reviewed the video game, Cookie Run Kingdom. Editor Brasen Chi and reporters Sasha Libenzon and Alyssa Ao interview Fashionistas of the month, Andrew Boyer and Mia Djafari.

Opinion:
Staff reporter Reva Datar discussed her opinion on the need for climate education in schools. WSPN’s Emily Roberage talked about the failure of the FBI in Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse and how that revealed greater issues within the system.