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Nine tips to help you ace midterms

Nine tips to help you ace midterms

Lily Tardif, Emma Diianni

January 15, 2018

1. Stay organized One of the best ways to do well on your exams is to keep your schoolwork organized. You're going to want to look back at your past tests, quizzes and notes, so having all of it organized will make it that much easier when it comes time to study.   2. Talk with your t...

Defrauding or Discriminating: The Constitutionality of Voter ID Laws in the 21st Century

Nathan Zhao

January 1, 2018

“Unless the right to vote be secure and undenied, all other rights are insecure and subject to denial for all our citizens. The challenge to this right is a challenge to America itself.” – President Lyndon B. Johnson   11% of US citizens, or more than 21 million Americans, do not have government-issued photo identi...

A look into Spirit Day 2017

A look into Spirit Day 2017

Christina Taxiarchis, Lily Tardif

November 21, 2017

Every year, Wayland High School dedicates the Wednesday before Thanksgiving for school-wide activities. With release being at 11:10, the entire morning is devoted to friendly competition. Students get together with their advisories and compete in mini-games throughout the day. The grade which racks up...

Photo of the Week

Photo of the Week

Janani Gandhi

November 14, 2017

Senior Kayla Mabe comforts junior Eden Vanslette after she is hurt on the field during the girls' varsity soccer North sectional semi-final game.

Meet the Teacher: Kate Gamwell

Meet the Teacher: Kate Gamwell

Charlie Moore

November 3, 2017

Kate Gamwell, School Psychologist Where are you from? I’m from Brookline MA, [I left for a while], and now I’m back in Brookline. Where did you go to school/What is your experience? I went for my undergraduate degree at UMass Amherst and then I went to graduate school at Tufts Universi...

Meet the Staff: Duncan Stephenson

Meet the Staff: Duncan Stephenson

Jackie Stoller

October 30, 2017

Name: Duncan Stephenson Grade: Senior Position: Co-Editor-In-Chief History with WSPN: reporter (freshman), sports editor (sophomore, junior), co-editor-in-chief (senior) Extracurricular activities: football, wrestling, lacrosse Hidden talent/ fun fact: was a colonial reenactor in elementary s...

Warrior Weekly: TCU finds way into playoff mix

Warrior Weekly: TCU finds way into playoff mix

Duncan Stephenson

October 19, 2017

Duncan’s College Football Top 4 - Week 7 1. Alabama Crimson Tide A casual 41-9 drubbing of a conference foe (Arkansas) earns Alabama the top spot for another week. 2. Georgia Bulldogs They looked a bit shaky on defense in the first half against Missouri, but Kirby Smart’s bunch pulled...

Janani Gandhi

Janani Gandhi

October 17, 2017

Janani Gandhi is a co-editor-in-chief of WSPN. She is a senior and this is her third year on the WSPN staff. She is a member of WHS' crew and cross country ski teams. In her free time, she enjoys reading and listening to music. Contact: [email protected]

Duncan Stephenson

Duncan Stephenson

October 17, 2017

Duncan Stephenson is a senior at Wayland High School. He is one of three editor-in-chiefs of WSPN. This is his fourth year writing for the publication. Duncan plays football, wrestling, and lacrosse for Wayland.   Contact: [email protected]

Isabel Gitten

Isabel Gitten

October 17, 2017

Isabel Gitten is co-editor-in-chief of WSPN. She is a senior and this is her third year on WSPN. Isabel was Multimedia editor last year. She rows on the Wayland-Weston crew team and plays basketball. She is also a co-director of WHS' coed a cappella group, the Madrigals. In the summer, Isabel is a counselor...

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