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Madison Jackson poses in trendy high waisted wide leg jeans

The fall season brings new fashion trends

Ava Dreyer, Co-editor-in-chief October 22, 2021

   The month of September for many people means back to school, sports, and transitioning into fall. Especially in Massachusetts, autumn also brings colder weather, which causes a complete change in...

Boys varsity lacrosse team

Questions from Middle-Schoolers: How are HS sports different from MS sports?

Joy Han, Staff Writer June 15, 2021

It’s no surprise that high school sports are a step up from middle school sports in intensity as well as team dynamics, so incoming freshmen will need to adjust to find success.  “Commitment as...

Seniors Margeaux McCaughey and Maddie Tremblay posing on their last day of school.

Seniors Margeaux McCaughey and Maddie Tremblay commit to schools for film

Emilia Tutun and Casey Friedman June 3, 2021

While the college process was slightly different for everyone involved this year, WHS seniors Margeaux McCaughey and Maddie Tremblay experienced the extra challenges of planning and shooting application...

Question from Middle-Schoolers: How soon should you start prepping for the SATs?

Question from Middle-Schoolers: How soon should you start prepping for the SATs?

Joy Han, Staff Writer May 25, 2021

The question of how and when to prepare for the SATs grows more relevant as students get older. While preparation for the test may start as early as middle school, many people choose to wait until high...

Senior and captain Phoebe Pohl competes in cross-country race.

Senior athletes commit to college for their sport

Emilia Tutun, Sports Editor May 4, 2021

As the 2021 school year comes to an end, many students at WHS have committed to prestigious colleges and universities for athletics. Among these athletes is senior Phoebe Pohl who committed to both dive...

Librarians Alida Hanson and Catherine Azez work in-person at the WHS library.

Library offers online opportunities for students during pandemic

Joy Han, Staff Writer April 14, 2021

This year, activity in the library might seem a little unusual---everyone is wearing masks, and the space is a bit emptier than in years past. That’s because the library has changed directions by creating...

Juniors Elizabeth Crawford and Natalie Ladocsi work on play prop.

The WHS Theater Company takes on the spring musical: Songs for a New World

Emilia Tutun, Sports Editor April 4, 2021

As we enter March of 2021, the Theater Company is in the midst of their preparation for their spring musical: Songs for a New World. WHS Drama Director and English Teacher Anne Slotnick elaborated on the...

Acrylic painting by Miki Chiang.

Literary magazine The Weston Current

Xava Abraham , Staff Writer March 30, 2021

Despite the pandemic, students continue to work creatively to produce new content for literary magazine, The Weston Current. The club welcomes students to join together to create a form of art and eventually...

Goaltender Ian Carter brings up ball from game two years ago.

Lacrosse team aims for a successful season through COVID-19

John Gigan , Sports editor March 26, 2021

After the cancellation of last year’s spring sports season due to COVID-19, the boys varsity lacrosse team returns to the field with high expectations this spring. The Wildcats hope to make it back to...

A view of the marsh at Cutler Park Reservation.

Outdoor COVID-safe activities arise with the new season

Sarah Augustine, Co-Editor-in-Chief March 24, 2021

As the days become longer and the official start of spring is here, the end of the isolating and limiting winter months brings relief for many. Although COVID-19 controls much of our actions, there are...

Senior Nate Lathrop runs in meet last season.

Track and field team resumes competition amidst COVID protocols

John Gigian and Jacey Hinton , Sports editor and Staff Writer March 22, 2021

After nearly a year off the track due to the effects of COVID-19, the WHS track and field team has resumed competition this winter for the indoor track season. Despite the loss of seventeen seniors, the...

Paquin sets up to do her schoolwork from home on a remote day.

As the one year mark approaches, students continue to adjust to pandemic

Casey Friedman and Sarah Augustine March 3, 2021

It has been almost a full year since the Weston Public Schools first shut their doors for the COVID-19 Pandemic and much has changed. For some, the initial struggles of lockdown have persisted, but for...

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