• May 3Last day of school for seniors will be Friday, May 27
  • May 2Last day of school for students will be Tuesday, June 21
  • October 16Wayland High School to offer free lunches for all students for the entire 2021-2022 school year
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Reporters Emma Zocco and Carolina Sdoia voice their thoughts and feelings on a few of the eye catching outfits that were displayed at the Met Gala 2022.

A Met Gala 2022 review: The ups and downs of gilded glamour

Emma Zocco and Carolina Sdoia May 19, 2022

The first Monday of May marks what many consider to be the most exclusive night in fashion: the Met Gala. The Met, held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, is well known for celebrities displaying their...

The image above is Junior Rachel Yans latest piece, a charcoal still life. Rachels piece is based on a bust statue in Ms. Latimers art room, something that students often use as a reference.The still life process is fun, its a lot of experimentation and trial and error, Yan says.

May’s Artist of the Month: Rachel Yan

Kris Poole-Evans May 13, 2022

Junior Rachel Yan has been into art since she was young. She got into art due to her mother signing her up for classes in elementary school, which have only aided in the improvement of her artistic skills....

Senior Andrew Boyer and junior Charlotte Richter exit the doors of the North building and walk their way to the orange carpet, showing off their attire.

WHS slays the orange carpet

Talia Macchi May 12, 2022

Sparkles, silks and solids, oh my! Glamor glided down the orange carpet at the 2022 prom making it a night to remember. Being the first COVID-19 free prom since 2019, we didn't know what to expect....

Massachusetts Amazing Emerging Artists held an art competition where students from all over the state could submit their work to be judged. Wayland High School had five student participants, four of which won awards for their work.

Achievers of the MAEA

Hallie Luo and Aimee Smith May 12, 2022

The 2022 Massachusetts Amazing Emerging Artists, or MAEA, is a recognition exhibit designed for artistic students to showcase their work and be judged. For Wayland, four Wayland High School students won...

Stay up to date with the newest books in WHS own library just this month with Check It Out! by Bryn Leonard.

Check It Out: New LMC arrivals: April edition

Bryn Leonard May 2, 2022

One Last Stop - Casey McQuiston Realistic fiction, Romance Twenty-three-year-old August, a punk rocker and denier of true love and sappy love stories, moves to New York City with the idea that she...

Infographic: Free lunch at WHS

Infographic: Free lunch at WHS

Olivia Tawakol April 12, 2022

Wayland High School students anonymously answered a poll about their lunch habits at school, and how the new free lunch program has affected them. The poll received 140 student responses. Free lunch...

Following the rush and hype of the newly released souls game Elden Ring, join sophomore reporter Ari Zukerman in his review of the game taking the world by storm.

Video Game Review: Elden Ring

Ari Zukerman April 8, 2022

“Elden Ring” is the most hyped up game since the start of the pandemic, winning multiple awards before the game was released. While this made some people skeptical, for hardcore fans of the “Dark...

A cappella is holding a concert on April 9th at 7:30 p.m. With collegiate a cappella groups from Harvard, Berkeley and Tufts, the Muses, Madrigals and T-Tones are excited to perform once again. A cappella is a team event, and although individual skill is really important, it is much more valuable to have a really good blend and a sense of balance, Madrigals beatboxer Keita Williams said. Im excited to see all the groups perform and their effort pay off.

Sing! A cappella returns to the spotlight with a joint concert with collegiate groups

Brasen Chi April 6, 2022

A cappella has had a difficult couple years because of the pandemic, but a joint concert with Wayland High School’s a cappella and collegiate a cappella groups from Harvard, Berkeley and Tufts on April...

Elementary school students participated in Wayland Public Schools Foundation’s annual Spelling Bee on March 27 at Wayland High School. “[I signed up for the Spelling Bee] because my friends wanted to do it and it sounded fun, so I joined them,” fourth grade student Vivian Frutman said.

Wayland Spelling Bee returns for 30th annual competition

Aimee Smith and Annabelle Zhang April 6, 2022

There’s nothing quite like seeing the concentrating faces of elementary school students as they pour over whiteboards. Each group of three so intensely focused on spelling that round’s word that they...

An infographic on the Wayland Student Press Network website. All data is from a google form sent out to WHS students; the form received 80 responses total, however, each question received a varied amount of responses.

Infographic: Fast facts about WSPN

Sasha Libenzon April 5, 2022

WSPN Infographic by Alexandra (Sasha) Libenzon

Emmanuel Nzaramba adjusts the gain for the theater’s sound system during a practice on Wednesday, March 30. Nzaramba won the David Dooley Unsung Hero Award last weekend for representing the “spirit of the festival.”

WHSTE’s “Horse Girls” moves on in competition

Ari Zukerman April 1, 2022

After an award-winning production of “Horse Girls," the Wayland High School Theater Ensemble (WHSTE) moved on to the second round of the 2022 Massachusetts High School Drama Festival. The next round...

Students that qualified for Senior Districts react to the cancellation of the Senior Districts festival. “In terms of overall musicianship, especially in light of the pandemic, [the musicians at WHS] are just exceptional,” orchestra director Susan Memoli said.

In retrospect: WHS Musicians reflect on the cancellation of Senior Districts

Hallie Luo and Annabelle Zhang March 30, 2022

An impressive 32 Wayland High School musicians were selected to represent the school in the 2021-2022 Senior Districts festival, with some students getting accepted into All-States and even All-Nationals....

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