The month of February is celebrated annually at Wesleyan and across the U.S. as Black History Month. This month is a celebration of the accomplishments of black Americans and highlights the importance of African Americans in the history of the United States. Keep Reading
On Saturday Feb. 25, high school students gathered in Chandler Plaza for the annual Sadie Hawkins dance. This year, attendees came dressed in their best Western attire, as the theme was “Kick up the Dust.” Keep Reading
With winter activities coming to a close, spring athletes are shaping up for another season of lacrosse, soccer, track and field, golf, baseball and tennis.
The Wesleyan Wolves are already off to a winning season.
Although Mock Trial has no court-held authority, it has come to signify a lot to those who participate. Wesleyan’s Mock Trial team has worked hard this past season, earning a place in 2017’s District competition and winning Regionals. Mock Trial is a court trial that has no legal bearing. Students can participate on the team as a witness or a lawyer, both of which provide lasting life lessons even for high schoolers.
The Wesleyan Swim and Dive team had an impressive performance at state to finish out their already successful season. Beginning in October, the Wet Wolves pushed through close to five months of strenuous training and a rigorous schedule to earn their spot at state. With such a talented state team, there was much potential for a great showing. Head Coach Kevin Kadzis said, “The team morale was really high. Everyone was very optimistic about the possibilities of doing very well.”