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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

Join WSPN’s reporters Melina Barris, Elyssa Grillo and Carolina Sdoia as they discuss their thoughts and opinions on celebrities looks at the 2024 Met Gala.

2024 Met Gala Review

Melina Barris, Carolina Sdoia, and Elyssa Grillo May 21, 2024

This year's Met Gala had a combination of stars who understood the theme, as well as celebrities who dressed as if they didn’t even know about the theme. The theme for the 2024 Met Gala was the “Garden...

The Wayland High School baseball team has a new manager, sophomore PJ Maher. “He is a baseball guy and I love having him in the dugout,” Coach Chris Fay said.

PJ Maher: The new WHS baseball team manager

Vanessa Taxiarchis and Tasha Janoff May 20, 2024

If you look at the dugout at Wayland High School while attending a baseball game, you might see the new manager of the varsity baseball team, sophomore PJ Maher. Whether it’s catching up with his...

ICYMI: May 13 - 2024 junior prom, the New Voices Law and the paramedic shortage

ICYMI: May 13 – 2024 junior prom, the New Voices Law and the paramedic shortage

Marissa Mendoza May 20, 2024

In the weekly series, “In Case You Missed It,” News Editor Marissa Mendoza summarizes stories from the past week with links to the corresponding WSPN article. News: Editor Marissa Mendoza broke...

WSPNs Chloe Zilembo and Abby Raftery explore the local consequences of the national paramedic shortage.

A call for help: The reality of the paramedic shortage

Chloe Zilembo and Abby Raftery May 18, 2024

Picture this: You’re babysitting a child and in the middle of your conversation they start slurring their words, staring off into space and complaining of extreme dizziness. They then begin to have a...

Join Makenzie Macchi as she discusses her favorite skincare products.

Stepping up your skincare products

Makenzie Macchi, Reporter May 18, 2024

A good skincare routine is crucial to the health of our skin. It's a nice and relaxing way to start or end our long days. However, there are so many different products to choose from which can make it...

News Brief: 2024 junior prom

News Brief: 2024 junior prom

Marissa Mendoza May 17, 2024
Join WSPN's Marissa Mendoza as she explains details to Wayland High School's annual junior prom taking place on Saturday, May 18.
BDBN: Commuter rail accident in Natick

BDBN: Commuter rail accident in Natick

Marissa Mendoza May 17, 2024
Join news editor Marissa Mendoza as she breaks down the recent commuter rail train accident that occurred in Natick on May 13.
Freshman Rhea Sethi follows through after hitting the ball. Sethi plays doubles with captain senior Missy Prince.

Girls tennis serves a win over Waltham

Sasha Libenzon May 16, 2024

The girls varsity team defeats Waltham on senior with a final score of 4-1 on Friday, May 10. Before the game began, each senior on the team received a bouquet of flowers and took a photo with their family....

Join WSPN’s Vanessa Taxiarchis and Tasha Janoff as they talk with May’s Artist of the Month, senior Abby Wrentmore.

Artist of the Month: Abby Wrentmore

Tasha Janoff and Vanessa Taxiarchis May 16, 2024

Join WSPN's Tasha Janoff and Vanessa Taxiarchis as they chat with May's Artist of the Month Abby Wrentmore. How long have you been painting/drawing? “I’ve been making art since I can remember....

Senior Lavery Greenfield has been powerlifting for two years. She recently competed at the high school powerlifting nationals. “I like meeting new and young people that want to do powerlifting because its new and being someone that kind of gets to blaze the trail is exciting,” Greenfield said. “Its never really been a youth sport or a sport for women before so it’s cool to be one of the firsts.”

Lavery Greenfield: Lifting up young female powerlifters

Bella Schreiber May 16, 2024

When it comes to sports, powerlifting isn’t the first one most people think of. For a teenage girl, it’s even less likely. But for five foot seven inches Lavery Greenfield, powerlifting is something...

The residents of 75 Old Sudbury Road live off the land that circles their 1723 farm house by raising a variety of animals and growing produce.

Unique Wayland abodes: 75 Old Sudbury Road

Maddie Zajac May 15, 2024

The only clue to the pastoral haven that awaits at the top of the long driveway of 75 Old Sudbury Road is the whimsical cow print mailbox. Owners Heidi Ellis and Christopher Bogan have owned the property...

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