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WSPNs Selena Liu discusses the difficulty of taking a language class at WHS.

Opinion: The difficulty in persevering through language classes

Selena Liu May 14, 2022

The rigor of learning a new language at Wayland High School will exhaust any student. Think about it — you’re learning how to speak all over again. Yet, getting graded weekly on tests in the forms...

WSPNs Tess Alongi and Lucy Grasso discuss the Red Soxs struggles during the 2022 season.

Warrior Weekly: Downfall of the Red Sox

Tess Alongi and Lucy Grasso May 12, 2022

Sitting at 10-19, the Boston Red Sox enter the second week of May in last place in the American League East. With their sixth consecutive series loss, the Red Sox have won just three series so far this...

WSPNs Emily Roberge discusses Marjorie Taylor Greenes political career and her inciting of the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection.

Politipress: Marjorie Taylor Greene on the ballot is the beginning of the end to our political system

Emily Roberge May 9, 2022

I have never trusted politicians. Don’t get me wrong, I think there are some good ones, but I just can’t seem to have confidence in most: they seem slimy and manipulative to me. No politician will...

WSPNs Katya Luzarraga discusses the pros and cons for the 7th grade class at Wayland Middle School to not experience the traditional Cape Cod trip due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Opinion: Everyone deserves the treasured Cape Cod trip experience

Katya Luzarraga May 4, 2022

Looking down at the sand dunes, I attempt to catch my breath at the peak as little blobs of color go tumbling down the colossal mountains of sand. Waves of laughter carried by the wind fill the expansive...

Cartoon: End-of-year stress

Cartoon: End-of-year stress

Sophie Simmons May 3, 2022

In the latest editorial cartoon, WSPN's Sophie Simmons discusses the culmination of stress at the end of the school year. "It just sucks how everyone thinks the end of the year is supposed to wind...

WSPNs Delia Caulfield discusses people bringing awareness to social issues on social media and the lack of action that comes as a result.

Opinion: Social media is romanticizing a global crisis

Delia Caulfield April 30, 2022

Every April 22 passes like clockwork. The minute you open a social media application on your phone, you are most likely bombarded by a flood of circular profiles surrounded by a red border painted across...

WSPNs Bella Schreiber discusses the controversy over the pros and cons of Wayland High School sports.

Opinion: The weight of high school sports on student athletes

Bella Schreiber April 14, 2022

A big orange door is cracked open revealing smiling faces and laughter. Wayland High School locker rooms: packed changing rooms where you will find a variety of people from every grade, frantically getting...

WSPNs Aditya Weling discusses professional leagues upcoming free agency period and goes into depth on certain NFL teams and what they are looking for as the start of the NFL season is just around the corner.

Warrior Weekly: NFL free agency

Aditya Weling April 14, 2022

For many, March Madness may be the most exciting three weeks in the sports world. The fast pace, the OT thrillers, the win-or-go-home mentality and most importantly, the upsets. The last few weeks of March...

WSPNs Tina Su discusses the disrespect towards SCOTUS nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson during questioning and the need to celebrate Black excellence.

Opinion: It’s time to start celebrating Black excellence

Tina Su April 8, 2022

We all know the saying "guilty until proven innocent," referring to defendants during criminal trials. Never would I think that we would see a similar sentiment shared among the senators who are interrogating...

WSPNs Emily Roberge discusses Marjorie Taylor Greenes political career and her inciting of the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection.

Politipress: Progress, no matter how late, cannot be ignored

Genevieve Morrison April 7, 2022

We've all heard the tale of Emmett Till. History books tell a story about a 14-year-old boy from Chicago on a visit with his family in the South. As a city boy in the small town of Money, Mississippi,...

WSPN’s Delia Caulfield discusses the importance of continuing the tradition of celebrating Women’s History Month and what we can do to bring further awareness to this topic.

Opinion: We can’t let Women’s History Month become obsolete

Delia Caulfield March 30, 2022

March 1 marked the beginning of the month highlighting the accomplishments of women in improving the world as we know it today. Thirty one days of impactful stories from strong women across the globe who...

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