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The student news site of Wayland High School

Wayland Student Press

Join WSPN reporter Elyssa Grillo as she interviews WHS French teacher Sara Langelier about her love for sewing and fashion. Langelier makes a lot of her own clothes and shops at thrift stores to form her ideal style sustainably.

Fashionista of the Month: June

Elyssa Grillo June 14, 2024

Join WSPN’s Elyssa Grillo as she interviews the June Fashionista of the Month: French teacher Sara Langelier. Where do you get inspiration for the clothes that you make? “I get a lot of inspiration...

Join WSPN reporter Torryn Carlson as she discusses Billie Eilishs new album “HIT ME HARD AND SOFT.

Album review: “HIT ME HARD AND SOFT”

Torryn Carlson June 11, 2024

Billie Eilish released her newest album, “HIT ME HARD AND SOFT,” on May 17th. Based on the various reviews that I’ve heard, and after watching and listening to interviews, I dove into the album thinking...

Join WSPN’s Jane Tardif as she talks with June’s Artist of the Month Zoe Roi.

Artist of the Month: Zoe Roi

Jane Tardif June 8, 2024

Join WSPN’s Jane Tardif as she chats with June’s Artist of the Month Zoe Roi. How long have you been interested in art? “I have been interested in art for as long as I can remember. I started...

Join Fiona as she discusses gardening tips from Russell’s Garden Center Employees.

Top gardening tips from Russell’s Garden Center employees

Fiona Peltonen June 6, 2024

With vegetables like cucumbers and carrots, as well as flowers like peonies, lavender and zinnias thriving in the warmer atmosphere, June is a prime time for gardening and is a great hobby to pick up this...

Senior Brendan Hines has been making movies in WHSs filmmaking class Script to Screen since he was a sophomore. For his final high school movie, he used a senior tradition as inspiration, aiming to make his most realistic and thematically explorational film yet. Being a senior, its the end of my high school career, Hines said. Its the end of a lot of roads and filmmaking in high school has been such an awesome experience for me. I went into it sophomore year, getting to do that first movie, there was immediate gratification in just writing it and then going and filming it and editing it and getting it all together. That first movie, it was kind of like a flip of the switch. So then when it came time for the next ones, it was like I got to do it and I got to give it 110%

Shooting “Senior Assassin”: “The most Wayland, senior year movie”

Penelope Biddle June 4, 2024

On the way from his car to his front door, senior Brendan Hines felt a spray of water. He knew what had hit him. Senior Maggie Melander emerged, water gun in hand, confirming the “assassination” she...

Join WSPN staff reporter Sophia Verma as she shares her top 10 recommendations of things to do over the summer.

Top 10 things to do over the summer

Sophia Verma May 31, 2024

With warm weather finally here and summer break coming up soon, some people may be looking for ways to spend the long summer days. While there are many options of things to do, here are my top 10 recommendations. Movie...


Interactive map: Class of 2024 future plans

Jenny Shine, Hallie Luo, and Makenzie Macchi May 30, 2024

The Class of 2024 plans to branch out all over the country toward their future. Whether it is a college, university, military school or other, seniors exit high school to start fresh for the 2024-2025...

Class of 2023 graduate Molly Morneweck onscreen at Somerville Theater in Growing Pains. 

In this follow up to last years spotlight on Morneweck, Growing Pains premieres.

“Growing Pains”: WHS graduate’s feature film premieres

Penelope Biddle May 29, 2024

Two years after she saw a casting call for the coming-of-age feature film "Growing Pains," Molly Morneweck finally got to see the efforts of her high school summer of stardom come to fruition. She got...

Wayland High School connections

Wayland High School connections

Penelope Biddle May 25, 2024

A Wayland High School themed puzzle based on the New York Times game of the same name.

Join WSPN reporter Mischa Lee as she discusses the cutest nail ideas for your next set of nails.

Spring has Sprung: Nail Ideas for the New Season

Mischa Lee May 23, 2024

Warmer weather and blooming flowers call for new trends and styles. Nails can be a form of self-care and self-expression for a multitude of people, and with the spring season, here are some cute, fun and...

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