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Behind the scenes of a cappella rehearsals (video)

Behind the scenes of a cappella rehearsals (video)

Julia Wegerbauer and Julia Raymond

December 9, 2019

A cappella is one of the most widely known student-run organizations at WHS. The co-ed Madrigals, male T-Tones and female Muses put in hours of work before each concert, and reporters Julia Wegerbauer and Julia Raymond went to see what goes on during a rehearsal.

Artist of the Month: Aydan McGah

Artist of the Month: Aydan McGah

Christina Taxiarchis

December 2, 2019

One summer, five years ago, junior Aydan McGah partook in a random art class whilst at summer camp. Little did McGah know that she would discover her love for painting, a hobby she would later bring back home. “I have been painting for around five years," McGah said. "I became interested in art...

Disney+ streaming service launch a screaming success, competes with Netflix

Disney+ streaming service launch a screaming success, competes with Netflix

Allie Nunn

December 2, 2019

Netflix lovers, meet the new streaming service that hit 10 million subscribers in a matter of hours. After years of preparation, The Walt Disney Co. launched its first streaming service: Disney+. Disney+ consists of an endless selection of legacy content produced by Disney and Fox, as well as new exclusive...

Josh Ellenbogen

Josh Ellenbogen

Christina Taxiarchis

November 30, 2019

Name: Josh Ellenbogen Grade: Senior Favorite store: “My favorite store to shop at has got to be Nordstrom because it encompasses my style. They have a lot of items that I would like to wear, and I [know] I can go through and find pieces I enjoy.” Online shopping or in-store? “I definitely...

Michayla Mathis

Michayla Mathis

Christina Taxiarchis

November 30, 2019

Name: Michayla Mathis Grade: Senior Favorite store: “I like shopping at Forever 21, Urban Outfitters and H&M. I like those stores because the clothes fit me nice.” Online shopping or in-store? “I like online shopping because being in the store causes a lot of anxiety.” Fashion...

A Cappella accomplishes first show (video)

A Cappella accomplishes first show (video)

Julia Callini and Julia Wegerbauer

November 26, 2019

On Tuesday, Nov. 26, the Muses, T-Tones and Madrigals performed for the first time this year.

Album Review: “~How I’m Feeling~” by Lauv

Album Review: “~How I’m Feeling~” by Lauv

Alyssa Dickstein

November 26, 2019

Oct. 3 marked the release of Lauv’s EP “~How I’m Feeling~." Contrary to the title, the EP does not center around just one emotion but multiple. The first song on the track list, “Sims," is a love song, but by the end of the EP, Lauv has completely changed directions with the song “I’m so tired...

WSPN’s guide to local wintertime activities

WSPN’s guide to local wintertime activities

Anna Ilyin

November 26, 2019

Is the snow falling furiously outside, but you’re stuck in your house with nothing to do? Well, check out the list below for some ideas of what to do in and around Wayland during the winter season. Wayland Winter Farmers’ Market Russell’s Garden Center holds an annual indoor farmers market e...

Album Review: ‘Sound the Bells’ by Dessa

Album Review: ‘Sound the Bells’ by Dessa

Brendan Ho

November 24, 2019

What can’t Dessa do? Born and raised in Minneapolis, she graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in philosophy and went on to become a rapper in the underground hip-hop/pop/rock/punk group Doomtree. Last year, she dropped her latest studio record, titled "Chime," which explored free...

Review: “Liar,” “Cry for Me,” and “Living Proof” by Camila Cabello

Review: “Liar,” “Cry for Me,” and “Living Proof” by Camila Cabello

Alyssa Dickstein

November 24, 2019

Camila Cabello released “Liar" on Sept. 4. This is the first solo work from Cabello since her 2018 debut album “Camila,” which featured “Havana,” the song that firmly established her as a rising superstar on the pop scene.  “Havana” rose to the top of the charts because of its catchi...

Photo of the Week

Photo of the Week

Julia Callini

November 23, 2019

Senior Cas Ross and sophomore Sammy Janoff dance the Charleston during "Nowadays," the final number in WHSTE's 'Chicago.' Choreographer Gabrielle Orcha used a Charleston in almost all dance numbers because it was popularized in the 1920s by flappers. Orcha believes time period dances created authen...

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