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Wayland Student Press

Window begins preparation for Winter Week show

The Window Dance Ensemble dances in unison during their 2019 spring performance. “We work really hard and I think that our performances are our time to show that,” senior director Joyce Wu said.

Haley Melvin

January 14, 2020

As Winter Week approaches, the Window Dance Ensemble begins to prepare for their annual performance. Although Window is a spring extra-curricular activity, the ensemble begins earlier than most other spring activities because they perform during Winter Week. “We’re starting the week before December...

WHSTE runs competitive play: ‘Squirrel Girl Goes to College’

Brasen Chi

January 13, 2020

With the fall musical "Chicago" having been such a huge success, WHSTE looks forward to their next play, the one they plan to use for the Massachusetts Theater Ensemble Guild (METG) competition. This play, unlike "Chicago," is a much more lighthearted. Although it sounds like the title of the play reveals...

Staff Reviews: Pentatonix’ “The Best of Pentatonix Christmas”

In the latest installment of Staff Reviews, WSPN's Alyssa Dickstein reviews the Pentatonix'

Alyssa Dickstein

January 12, 2020

Every year, artists around the world unite in a common goal: to release a Christmas-themed hit for the holiday season. Among the most successful of these musicians is the a cappella group, Pentatonix. For five years, Pentatonix has released a Christmas album and embarked on a yearly Christmas tour with...

Review: “Frozen II”

WSPN's Taylor McGuire reviews Disney's

Taylor McGuire

January 8, 2020

Warning: spoilers ahead. With a 127-million-dollar-grossing opening weekend, Disney’s “Frozen II” hoped to follow “Frozen" in its footsteps, and earn an astonishing 1.3 billion in its run. I was really looking forward to watching “Frozen II,” since “Frozen” was one of my favorite movies...

Memorable fashion trends of 2019

As one of 2019's biggest fashion trends, Crocs have stayed extremely popular and continue to do so. Many students at WHS like the personalization and comfortability of the sandals. Some students sport their Crocs with fun socks and/or Jibbitz.

Anna Ilyin

January 7, 2020

As with every year, 2019 brought new fashion trends from the runway to the classroom. To see what trends were most popular, check out WSPN's list of 2019’s top 10 hottest fashion trends! Neon 2019 said goodbye to dark, muted tones and hello to flashy, highlighting colors. Last year, muddy tone...

Flavor! Christmas Ornament Truffles

Flavor! Christmas Ornament Truffles

Julia Raymond and Julia Wegerbauer

January 7, 2020

Reporters Julia Wegerbauer and Julia Raymond create Christmas ornament truffles.

Activities to do in Boston over holiday break

As break approaches, some of you may be trying to figure out how you’re going to properly spend your time. If you’re looking for a few ways to help spice up your vacation, check out some of the ideas below.

Haley Melvin

December 28, 2019

WHS has over two entire weeks off for winter break this year. Want ways to keep you busy over the break? We’ve got you covered. Here are a few things to do in Boston over this extra long holiday break. 1. Watch the Nutcracker Watching the dancing snowflakes and toy soldiers prance across stage...

Flavor! Christmas Buttons

Flavor! Christmas Buttons

Julia Callini

December 18, 2019

In this episode of Flavor! Julia Callini makes Christmas Buttons. Ingredients: Butter snap pretzels (40) Hershey's Kisses (40) M&M's (40)   Supplies: Baking sheet (1) Non-stick surface (parchment paper, aluminum foil, reusable non-stick surface)   Instructions: Pr...

Carly Camphausen

Carly Camphausen

Christina Taxiarchis

December 18, 2019

Name: Carly Camphausen Grade: Senior Favorite store: “My favorite store to shop at is Billabong because they make a lot of comfortable clothes, but also they’re super cute. They also have a lot of neutral pieces that go with everything.” Online shopping or in-store? “I personally prefer...

Marc Bartarekh

Marc Bartarekh

Christina Taxiarchis

December 18, 2019

Name: Marc Bartarekh Grade: Junior Favorite store: “I like shopping at the Gap, because I find a lot of cool clothes there that are usually pretty cheap.” Online shopping or in-store? “I like shopping in-store because I like to try the clothes on before buying them.” Fashion icon:...

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