Wayland Student Press

  • Have a great summer!

Kyle’s Column: Today’s teenagers – the catalysts for gun control reform

Kyle’s Column: Today’s teenagers – the catalysts for gun control reform

Kyle Chen

March 6, 2018

On April 20, 1999, two students walked into Columbine High School armed with guns and explosives. They proceeded to murder 13 people and wound 20 more in a massacre that would be remembered as the beginning of a long history of school-based mass shootings in the United States. The events of Columb...

Warrior Weekly: FBI Probe Rocks the CBB World

Warrior Weekly: FBI Probe Rocks the CBB World

Duncan Stephenson

March 1, 2018

FBI Probe Brings CBB Wrongdoing to Light What Happened/Is Happening: Last week, an FBI investigation brought a college basketball recruiting scandal into the public eye. It is alleged that numerous top programs (Duke, Kentucky, Kansas, Michigan State, Arizona among them) gave players benefits that ar...

Bachelor Recap: Week Seven

Bachelor Recap: Week Seven

Abby Mitty

February 16, 2018

Hello, Bachelor Nation! It’s week seven, and with only seven girls remaining and hometowns next week, things were bound to get intense real quick in Tuscany! If you’re not sure what hometowns are, it's the week where Arie will get to meet the families of the final four girls. Also, if you missed...

Kyle’s Column: The respect they deserve

Kyle’s Column: The respect they deserve

Kyle Chen

February 14, 2018

In Wellness class, we recently finished a series of classes discussing various mental disabilities and the effects they can have on people’s lives. To conclude the unit, Mr. Berry had us team up in groups, research certain mental disabilities that are prevalent in society today and then teach the rest o...

Warrior Weekly: Celtics, Cavs, Jimmy G, and Shaun White

Warrior Weekly: Celtics, Cavs, Jimmy G, and Shaun White

Duncan Stephenson

February 14, 2018

C’s on a Skid What Happened/Is Happening: The Celtics have hit a rough patch, and have given up 1st place in the East in the process. My Take: This is nothing to worry about. The NBA season is long and every team experiences ups and downs. Honestly, this is the time for a lull in performance t...

Warrior Weekly: NFL Mount Rushmore

Warrior Weekly: NFL Mount Rushmore

Duncan Stephenson

February 4, 2018

This Sunday, Tom Brady will try to capture his sixth Super Bowl title, which would further cement his legacy as one of the best players in NFL history. With that in mind, imagine that Roger Goodell signed off on the creation of an official NFL Mount Rushmore. You have been tasked with choosing the four...

Warriorpedia: Winter Week

Warriorpedia: Winter Week

Isabel Gitten

February 2, 2018

Warriorpedia is a collection of explanations of traditions, events, practices, and places at WHS that are commonly known across the community. Term: Winter Week When: The week after midterm exams What: Winter Week is a week-long celebration that occurs after midterms, where Student Council brings...

Warrior Weekly: Once again, NE comes through when it counts

Warrior Weekly: Once again, NE comes through when it counts

Duncan Stephenson

January 25, 2018

Almost everyone can agree that the Belichick-Brady led New England Patriots have dominated the NFL for the past 18 years, and that is correct. In the salary-cap era, their consistency is unmatched. However one may get the wrong idea about how exactly the Patriots have staked their claim as the league’s...

Kyle’s Column: Midterms

Kyle’s Column: Midterms

Kyle Chen

January 22, 2018

A student sits on the edge of a chair with his head down, staring at the test on his desk as if the intensity of his glare would somehow miraculously bubble in the answer sheet for him. His brain races as he twirls his pencil restlessly. In less than 12 hours, I will be standing (or should I say sitti...

Kyle’s Column: Making a difference, one driving lesson at a time

Kyle’s Column: Making a difference, one driving lesson at a time

Kyle Chen

January 9, 2018

For high school students, the last bell on Dec. 22 is usually a joyous moment of celebration and of reveling in the freedom and liberty that Christmas break affords. But on the last day before break, I closed my notebook and shoved my computer into my bag with a heavy sigh, knowing that the following...

The student news site of Wayland High School
WSPN Blogs