• April 12WSPN wins NSPA Online Pacemaker Award
  • March 21WSPN wins 2021 Gold Crown Award from the CSPA
  • March 11WHS to go back to fully in-person school on Tuesday, April 27.
  • January 21Order your 2021 yearbook! Use the link https://www.yearbookordercenter.com
  • October 16Wayland High School to offer free lunches for all students for the entire 2020-2021 school year

Wayland Student Press

WSPN's Julia Raymond reflects on Wayland's new ten-week testing program being set into place in December.

Opinion: The 10-week WHS testing program will benefit Wayland

Julia Raymond January 4, 2021

Massachusetts school officials plan to put into place a 10-week rapid COVID-19 testing program in early December. Abbott BinaxNow tests will be available to students and staff members at Wayland who are...

WSPN's Dante Coppola categorizes the the NBA teams into the winners and losers of the NBA off-season, and how that could effect their performance in the regular season.

Warrior Weekly: winners and losers of the NBA off-season

Dante Coppola December 28, 2020

The NBA regular season has begun following an unusually short off-season. Despite the shortened period, there was still plenty of movement among both competing and rebuilding teams. Here is a dive into...

With the holidays around the corner, many students are handing out gifts to their teachers this holiday season. WSPN’s Emily Roberge analyzes why gift giving this year is even more important amidst educators' hard work during the pandemic.

Opinion: Student-teacher gift giving is more important than ever before

Emily Roberge December 23, 2020

With holidays around the corner, many students normally hand out gifts to their teachers. However, there is no doubt that this year has been unlike any other. With this being said, it is important to reward...

Healthy Living Episode 6: Pre-workout

Healthy Living Episode 6: Pre-workout

Deirdre Brown, Jacqueline Cahaly, Ellie Smith, and Remmi Shaw December 19, 2020

In this podcast, health and lifestyle editor Deirdre Brown, reporters Ellie Smith and Jackie Cahaly and broadcast editor Remmi Shaw discuss how to live, eat and exercise while keeping your body as healthy...

WSPN's Max Brande breaks down and analyzes each of the NFL's eight divisions through week 13 of the NFL season.

Warrior Weekly: NFL Divisional Breakdown

Max Brande December 18, 2020

This NFL season has been anything but normal through these 13 weeks, and with week 14 about to play out, we are in for a whirlwind of a finale. With over 200 positive COVID-19 cases in the NFL, the coronavirus...

WSPN's Atharva Weling discusses the accuracy and implications of accusations that Democratic politicians are socialists.

Opinion: In defense of socialism

Atharva Weling December 16, 2020

I run with a pretty liberal crowd, even by Wayland standards. While the average Democrat at our school might be a proponent of using more renewable energy or passing background checks on firearms, my friends...

WSPN's Julia Raymond and Emily Roberge reflect on Sarah Fuller's performance as a kicker for Vanderbilt and the significance it holds for women in sports.

Opinion: Sarah Fuller made history

Emily Roberge and Julia Raymond December 15, 2020

When Vanderbilt University's football team played against the University of Missouri last Saturday, it was a monumental day for women in sports. Sarah Fuller, the Vanderbilt women's soccer team goalkeeper,...

In the latest installment of ABC: American Born Chinese, reporter Jonathan Zhang responds to a comment made on a prior article.

ABC: My response, heart to heart

Jonathan Zhang December 14, 2020

To the person who commented “this is child abuse” on one of my articles about controlling parents, Let’s talk. What is child abuse anyway? Well, it’s something outside of the child’s control,...

Healthy Living Episode 5: Recovery

Healthy Living Episode 5: Recovery

Deirdre Brown, Remmi Shaw, Ellie Smith, and Jacqueline Cahaly December 11, 2020

In this podcast, health and lifestyle editor Deirdre Brown, reporters Ellie Smith and Jackie Cahaly, and broadcast editor Remmi Shaw discuss how to live, eat and exercise all while keeping your body as...

WSPN’s Meredith Prince discusses the danger of dating apps and its correlation to the recently re-popularized film,

Opinion: “Megan is Missing” reveals a disturbing truth in the era of dating apps

Meredith Prince December 10, 2020

We live in an era where a date or a hookup is a click away - literally. Dating apps such as Tinder, Bumble or Hinge allow users to swipe and immediately connect with strangers: finding a date has never...

With the holidays fast approaching once again, this time amidst the pandemic, many college students are making the decision to return home. WSPN's Emily Roberge and Jonathan Zhang analyze the pros and cons of a prolonged vacation and why students should limit their breaks to only a few weeks at home.

Opinion: Shorter college breaks are better

Jonathan Zhang and Emily Roberge December 9, 2020

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise, the return of college students plagues many with the fear of an influx in cases. Although COVID-19 cases are bad, we feel that a normal college experience should be...

Healthy Living Episode 4: Influencers

Healthy Living Episode 4: Influencers

In this podcast, health and lifestyle editor Deirdre Brown, reporters Ellie Smith and Jackie Cahaly, and broadcast editor Remmi Shaw discuss how to live, eat and exercise all while keeping your body as...

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