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Warriors Leave Their Mark at State Tournament

Warriors Leave Their Mark at State Tournament

February 24, 2008


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Wayland hosted sectional opponents Josiah Quincy, Hudson, and Weston last Tuesday to wrestle off for the Sectional Dual Meet title. Wayland's first opponent in the Sectional Semi-finals was against rival Weston. The match started off well, with a win from freshman Griffin McGrail, but went downhill fast...

2008-2009 Failed Override Cut List

2008-2009 Failed Override Cut List

February 14, 2008


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Posters and litter

Posters and litter

Robin Kim

February 12, 2008


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After second block on Tuesday, students came out of their classrooms to find hallways bombarded with neon-colored papers. Walls, doors, cabinets, and even parts of the ceilings were covered with countless posters. Waytown Rubdown and Shady Biz, Inc. are companies that students created for the Entrepreneurship...

Wrestlers Find Continued Success

Wrestlers Find Continued Success

February 12, 2008


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The Warriors found success for the second week in a row, winning the Division III Central sectional title as well as last week's DCL tournament. The Warriors placed eleven wrestlers in the top 4, qualifying them for next week's individual state tournament at Wakefield. Of those eleven, four were crowned...

The End of the Red Dynasty

Peggy Wang

February 12, 2008


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It was with teary eyes that the fashion world waved farewell to one of its most prominent designers last month. Valentino Garavini, 75, renowned for his elegant style and especially for his signature red dresses, held his final show at the Musée Rodin in Paris, France, on January 23 to an audience that...

Update from the Wayland High Ski Team

Update from the Wayland High Ski Team

February 10, 2008


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Despite difficult courses, icy trails and tough conditions, as well as the constant threat of the team being cut next year, the Wayland High School ski team is closing off the year with improved showings in both downhill and cross country over previous years. Although the girls' cross-country team,...

IPOW #1, Emily Ivker

Robin Kim

February 8, 2008


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Westbom's Band (WW) (3 Videos)

Robin Kim

February 7, 2008


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Unexpectedly Addicting Book: Twilight

Unexpectedly Addicting Book: Twilight

February 6, 2008


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Most people don't think of the word "love" when vampire stories come to mind. In fact, one might be considered crazy for suggesting it. I had similar suspicions when I read the back cover of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight. I had had a feeling that it was going to be one of those books that I would start...

One Down, Two More to Go

Peggy Wang

February 6, 2008


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This past Wednesday, Wayland’s Mock Trial Team won against Lexington’s Mock Trial Team in the first of its three trials in the preliminary round. This year’s case involves a high school student who files a lawsuit against a company he interned at. The plaintiff claims the company discriminated...

Winter Week 2008 Concerts (23 Photos)

Robin Kim

February 5, 2008


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Presentation raises complaints and concerns

Presentation raises complaints and concerns

Robin Kim

February 4, 2008


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Many sophomore students raised complaints over the mandatory presentation that was held during the Winter Week. "Traces of the Trade," the documentary that was featured during the presentation, deals with slavery and race; Director Katrina Browne tells the story of her forefathers who came from the largest...

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