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Wayland Student Press

The student news site of Wayland High School

Wayland Student Press

The WHS powderpuff tradition has been under scrutiny by administration. If there were a way for us to make this a fully safe event that celebrated our students and brought our communities together, then the school would sanction it, Principal Allyson Mizoguchi said. We just have not been successful at doing that.
Powderpuff: Past, present and future
Genevieve Morrison November 23, 2022
In the weekly series, “In Case You Missed It,” News Editor Nadya Chase summarizes stories from the past week with links to the corresponding WSPN articles.
ICYMI: Week of November 14 - Powderpuff reservation canceled, lunch controversy and "Godspell"
Nadya Chase November 21, 2022
Spirit Week is an annual WHS tradition that includes themed days and a pep rally.
Spirit Week preview
Katya Luzarraga November 21, 2022
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Spilling the beans: Local coffee hotspots
Tina Su, Alexina McQuilkin, and Talia Macchi November 26, 2022
Posters hang in the mediation training room, the wrestling room, with the plans MetroWest Mediation Services used to conduct their lessons. Im looking forward to becoming a better mediator, junior peer mediator Zackary Goldstein said. [Im excited to] hopefully see a reduction in conflict throughout school or just see the impact mediation makes on people when theyre able to resolve their conflicts.
Students for students: Peer mediation program launches at WHS
Nina Wilson November 11, 2022
History teacher Laine Winokur is in her second year of teaching at Wayland High School. This year, Winokur has become further involved in the school community as a new advisor for WHS alliance club, a club which focuses on educating people on LGBTQ+ issues and providing a safe space for queer students. “Especially the safe space part [is important to me],” Winokur said. “We’re very lucky in the part of the country we live in and the community that we live in that, in general, it is a fairly safe place to live. But I do think it’s important for our students to have an even safer safe space.”
An interview with the new advisor of WHS’ alliance club
Kally Proctor November 3, 2022
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WSPNs Chloe Zilembo discusses the most recent controversy involving the Boston Bruins front office.
Front office failure: The most recent Boston Bruins controversy
Chloe Zilembo November 26, 2022
Wayland Class of 2022 graduate Sammy Johnson makes the University of Madison-Wisconsin Division I rowing team with no prior rowing experience. Following her signing with the team, Wisconsins novice coaches are teaching Johnson the fundamentals of the sport. It feels great to represent my school, Johnson said. Out of the 45,000 students that go to Wisconsin, only 900 are athletes, so it feels pretty cool to be one of them.
Sammy Johnson: Earning a spot on a Division One crew roster without rowing
Emily Roberge November 25, 2022
The Wayland boys varsity soccer team celebrates its goal by running to the sidelines and embracing each other. The high intensity game went into overtime after a 2-2 tie, and it ultimately ended in a Wayland Warriors win of 3-2 against Somerville.
Game recap: Boys soccer scores a win against Somerville
Delia Caulfield November 10, 2022
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Interactive map: Local coffee shops
Interactive map: Local coffee shops
Alexina McQuilkin November 26, 2022
Join co-features editor, Kally Proctor in a review of the musical, Hairspray.
Musical Review: "Hairspray"
Kally Proctor November 25, 2022
Step Ten: Scoop some fruit salsa into a bowl and enjoy with cinnamon sugar pita chips.
Flavor! Fruit salsa
Emma Zocco November 23, 2022
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