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Ariana Grande shines with new single “Thank u, next”

The album art for Ariana Grande's album,

Kevin Ludy '19

November 26, 2018

After a successful summer release of her new album “Sweetener,” Ariana Grande is back with an unexpected new single “Thank u, next.” Breaking the common two year album life cycle, this song is the first from a new album that will be released before the end of the year. This song is her first...

WWPT brings home the gold from the Drury Awards in seven categories

WWPT brings home the gold from the Drury Awards in seven categories

May 19, 2017

By Alex Reiner '18 and Jonathan Kaner '18 They cover sporting games, they report news and they discuss controversial matters. Now, they celebrate. The WWPT Staples radio network took home trophies in seven different categories during the Drury Awards on Saturday, May 6, in Chicago. They won best ...

[Sept. 2016 Features] New media production teachers aim to make Staples a television and radio empire

October 11, 2016

By Renee Weisz '17 Breaking News Editor and Adam Wenkoff '18 A national media powerhouse. New England schools’ top source for films and broadcasts. A force to be reckoned with at the most elite media competitions in the country. That’s what new video production teacher, Justin Nadal, will pro...

WWPT honored at 2014 Drury Awards

WWPT honored at 2014 Drury Awards

Eliza Llewellyn, Staff Writer

May 6, 2014

Staples’ WWPT was named third best radio station in the country at the John Drury High School Radio Awards on Saturday, a title that crowned their various other recognitions. Hannah Foley and Arin Meyer took first place for best newscast; Justin Gallanty and Marla Friedson took first and third for public affai...

WWPT switches its tune

Working the station: Jake Reiser’14 works Staples’ radio booth after school Friday, Oct. 25th. Reiser and Tim Schroeder’14 are the few left with a sports centered show.

Adam Kaplan, Staff Writer

November 4, 2013

Music-centered shows are beating sports coverage in air time on WWPT, lately. But cohosts Brandon Shock ’16 and Brandon Rakowski ’16, believe Staples’ radio station could use a different kind of show. On Shock and Rakowski’s segment, Ignoramus, they choose a topic and a person,  who is unfamiliar...

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