• January 10Classes will dismiss for break the week of Monday, Feb. 21 and will resume Monday, Feb. 28
  • October 16Wayland High School to offer free lunches for all students for the entire 2021-2022 school year
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Wayland Student Press

The student news site of Wayland High School

Wayland Student Press

The student news site of Wayland High School

Wayland Student Press

WSPNs Katya Luzarraga examines how people view the pandemic differently, now that the omicron variant has rapidly spread across the country.

Opinion: The new definition of what it means to have COVID-19 today

Katya Luzarraga January 19, 2022

The cough. The dreaded cough. The cough that you thought was just a simple winter cold, because who doesn’t get those in the dead of December? Nope, this year isn’t a normal year. You may have survived...

WSPN’s Bella Schreiber discusses the controversy over the 2022 Winter Olympics being held in Beijing and China’s violation of human rights.

Opinion: Should the United States be boycotting the Olympics?

Bella Schreiber January 18, 2022

Every four years, around 206 nations gather together in a country to participate in a worldwide sports festival called the Olympics. Although winning is an individual players’ goal, the overall job of...

WSPNs Emily Roberge discusses NFL player Antonio Browns recent controversy and rumors surrounding his mental health.

Opinion: Keep Antonio Brown out of the NFL, but give him the support he needs

Emily Roberge January 16, 2022

I’ve always been a stickler for giving everyone a second chance. I’m not perfect, so how can I expect others to be? We are human–we are destined to mess up–that’s just how life goes. However,...

Join Sports Editor Dante Coppola as he reviews the latest and most popular in music albums.

Dante’s Discography: Donda Deluxe Update

Dante Coppola January 14, 2022

Even after “Donda” initially dropped, Ye (popularly known as Kanye West) was still tinkering with the final product. In fact, he was publicly upset it was released, stating it wasn’t the final product....

WSPNs Katya Luzarraga overviews the racist events that have occurred over the past month at Wayland Middle School, describing the consequences that we, as a community, have to accept and what we can do to prevent them from happening again.

Opinion: The unrelenting grip of racism on students

Katya Luzarraga January 13, 2022

Belonging, empathy, respect and trust. Wayland Middle School has turned these four words into the core focus of the school. However, in the past month, the school has been attacked with racist videos and...

Guest writer Isabella Donovan discusses the impact of fast fashion on the current climate crisis and offers a solution: thrifting.

Opinion: How thrifting can help the current climate crisis

Isabella Donovan January 13, 2022

When you walk into American Eagle, you’re faced with walls of jeans arranged by style, cut and color. It’s often easy to continue shopping, unaware of the cost on both your wallet and the environment....

WSPNs Luke Caples highlights the three leaders in the NFL MVP race, with a couple familiar faces appearing.

Warrior Weekly: NFL MVP race

Luke Caples January 13, 2022

The NFL regular season is winding down, and with that, MVP candidates emerge. Every team relies on a certain player to get the job done week in and week out, but only a few are worthy of this recognition....

WSPNs Genevieve Morrison discusses the need to cancel the upcoming midterm exams in math and science courses.

Opinion: Cancel midterms

Genevieve Morrison January 11, 2022

Midterms were a debated topic before, but the recent COVID-19 surge has shifted the situation dramatically. With the omicron variant ravaging Wayland High School, keeping midterms would be detrimental...

WSPNs Delia Caulfield reflects on her experiences with Catholicism and her struggle with accepting it in its entirety.

Religion: my imperfect journey

Delia Caulfield January 11, 2022

“The father at once cried out, ‘I do have faith, but not enough. Help me have more!’” Mark 9:24. Throughout my life, I’ve experienced the ups and downs of religion, never truly being able...

WSPNs Kally Proctor discusses past and upcoming Supreme Court decisions on abortion laws in Roe v. Wade and Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization

Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization: The past and future of U.S. abortion laws

Kally Proctor January 8, 2022

The worst ultimatum a mother can be faced with is having to choose the fate of her unborn child. What she wants should be the most important choice, but now there’s a ticking time bomb placed on the...

WPSN’s Hallie Luo discusses the casting issues around the new movie “West Side Story, and how this caused a disappointment at the box office.

Opinion: Why “West Side Story” failed to perform

Hallie Luo January 7, 2022

“West Side Story,” released on Dec. 10, 2021, is a well-made and gorgeous movie that has a lot of problems underneath. The casting was the main problem; what were the directors thinking? The streets...

Cartoon: Not a Moments Peace

Cartoon: Not a Moment’s Peace

Anika Frutman January 6, 2022

In the first WSPN editorial cartoon, sophomore Anika Frutman portrays a Wayland High School student featured on the @waylandsnoozers Instagram account. "There are issues with the Instagram accounts,"...

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