Wayland Student Press

  • Vice Principal James Nocito to retire

  • Wrestling wins quad meet against Keefe Tech, Lexington and Holliston on Saturday 12/8

  • Seniors Rachel Chau, Sid Iyer, Andy Wang, junior Tristan Wolff recognized with All-Eastern musical honors

  • Wayland prohibits recreational marijuana shops

  • BREAKING: School Committee votes for 8:35 a.m. to 3:10 p.m. WHS schedule, shorter Wednesdays to remain

  • Second vote for WHS Athletic Complex Renovation project postponed from November to April

Warrior Weekly: NFL Mount Rushmore

Warrior Weekly: NFL Mount Rushmore

Duncan Stephenson

February 4, 2018


Filed under Articles, Sports, Warrior Weekly, WSPN, WSPN Blogs

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


Filed under Articles, Warriorpedia, WSPN

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...

Review: The Shape of Water

Review: The Shape of Water

Emma Nallet

January 26, 2018


Filed under Articles, Arts & Entertainment, Opinion, Reviews, Showcase, WSPN

Warning: this article contains some considerable spoilers. “The Shape of Water” breathes life into Guillermo Del Toro’s cinema, with its poignant romance, its increasing thrill and its persistent questioning of perspective. At first sight, this new film seems to be a classical tale. But don'...

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


Filed under Articles, Sports, Warrior Weekly, WSPN, WSPN Blogs

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


Filed under Articles, Kyle's Column, Opinion, Showcase, WSPN

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...

Opinion: Gun Control is necessary

CJ Brown

January 17, 2018


Filed under Articles, Opinion, WSPN

We, as Americans, need to take a good hard look at what has happened in our country. In 2016, over 13,000 people died due to a firearm, and this number increases every year. We’ve seen mass shooting after mass shooting in Las Vegas, Texas, Orlando, and so many other places. There have already been over...

Opinion: Save the 2nd Amendment

Audrey Camacho and Nate L'Esperance

January 17, 2018


Filed under Articles, Opinion

What happened in 1789? There were the births of famous painters and religious leaders such as William Turner and Edward Hawkins, the occurrence of the French Revolution and many more events. However, few people remember that 1789 was also the year that Congress accepted the first 10 amendments that we...

Review: Wonder

Review: Wonder

Julia Callini, Reporter

January 16, 2018


Filed under Articles, Opinion, Pop Culture, Reviews, Showcase

Auggie Pullman was born with a facial deformity that prevented him from going to a mainstream school. His mom had homeschooled him until now. Auggie is about to start fifth grade at Beecher Prep. Being the new kid is hard enough, but Auggie’s differences make it even harder. When his family, friend...

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


Filed under Articles, Kyle's Column, Opinion, Showcase, WSPN

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...

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