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Juniors Eileen Kaewprasert (left, she/her) and Kaylee Mai (right, she/her) compete in Wayland High Schools Cooking Clubs end of the year cook off. It was exciting to go against one of my friends, but it was more fun to serve food Ive made myself to my friends,” Kaewprasert said.

Mai vs. Kaewprasert: One final battle

Kris Poole-Evans June 18, 2022

If you stayed after school on June 8, you might have gotten a whiff of spices wafting from room B127 and heard the excited voices of the judges awaiting two highly anticipated special dishes. The goal...

Sophomore actors Wilson Harding and Bethany Foreman along with senior actor Vic Macaluso practice their lines while the camera crew prepares to shoot a scene for “The Curse of the Minds of the Students of the Morrigan From Hell. The film was a project from Wayland High Schools Honors Script to Screen class.

Honors Script to Screen holds its 10th annual Movie Festival

Heather Lui June 17, 2022

On June 13, 2022, the Honors Script to Screen class held its 10th annual Movie Festival. In this class, students have the opportunity to direct their movies, indulge in their imagination and bring their...

The image above is one of freshman Tristen Chows metalsmithing projects. Chow concluded that this was one of the hardests projects she’s done all year. “Everyone else was making something flat, like a landscape, or a medal, but I wanted to do something different, Chow said. It took time and sweat, but I had a blast.

June’s Artist of the Month: Tristen Chow

Kris Poole-Evans June 17, 2022

Freshmen Tristen Chow (she/her) sparked her passion for metalsmithing during lockdown amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. She loved how rings looked and soon figured out that it was easy to make them with wire....

Fashionista of the Month: June (teacher edition)

Fashionista of the Month: June (teacher edition)

Talia Macchi June 15, 2022

Name: Laine Winokur Teacher's subject: History Favorite store: "I have a few! ModCloth, Unique Vintage, Old Navy and Everlane. I love mixing more unique, kitschy, and vintage inspired pieces with...

Join reporter Mischa Lee in a review of Tate McRaes first album, i used to think i could fly.

Album Review: “i used to think i could fly”

Mischa Lee June 14, 2022

Four years ago, Tate McRae dropped her first original song, “One Day,” on Youtube, and it didn't take long for Tate’s voice to capture the hearts of millions. From there, she continued creating original...

Join Reporter Carolina Sdoia in a overview of this summers fashion trends.

Top trends for summer 2022

Carolina Sdoia June 8, 2022

Change in season brings about change in wardrobe and often changing what's in style. So, the question is, what will this summer's trends be? Here are some of my insights and views of this summer's styles. Low...

After the release of “The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe,” join sophomore Ari Zukerman on a review of a game eight years in the making.

Video Game Review: The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe

Ari Zukerman June 4, 2022

Warning: Contains spoilers for The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe “The Stanley Parable” is one of my favorite video games due to the way it subverts expectations. When the long-awaited expansion...

Alliance will be hosting a movie night fundraiser on Thursday, June 2 from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the High School. The film that will be showing is  The Mitchells vs. The Machines.

News Brief: Alliance holds movie night

Talia Macchi May 31, 2022

Alliance will be hosting a movie night fundraiser on Thursday, June 2, from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the High School. The film that will be showing is the Netflix original movie, The Mitchells vs. The Machines,...

Aidan OHara launches the prospective Wayland Jr. Broadway, a chance for fifth graders to participate in theater in their town. [I am most excited] to nurture a love of performing arts in Wayland, OHara said.

Elementary students make their way to the stage with Wayland Jr. Broadway

Nina Wilson May 31, 2022

With building anticipation in the audience, the curtains of the Wayland High School theater slowly draw open, revealing a packed stage with actors frozen in their first positions. However, this isn’t...

Fashionista of the Month: May

Fashionista of the Month: May

Talia Macchi, Emma Zocco, and Carolina Sdoia May 28, 2022

Name: Maya Noyes Grade: Freshman Favorite store: “Any thrift store, but specifically Boomerangs in the Cambridge central square.” Online shopping or in-store? “In-store for sure. I find...

Join reporter Mischa Lee in a review of Tate McRaes first album, i used to think i could fly.

Album Review: “Harry’s House”

Sophia Oppenheim May 25, 2022

After two months of teasers, the one and only Harry Styles finally released his third studio album: "Harry's House." On March 23, Styles told the world that he would be putting out a new album on May 20....

Where the Warriors are headed (interactive map)

Where the Warriors are headed (interactive map)

Annabelle Zhang May 25, 2022

Check out where the Class of 2022 is headed below using this interactive map. A form was sent out to Wayland High School seniors, and all respondents are included on the map. The button on the top left...

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