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May 2017 - page 3

New Installations in Wesleyan Will Bring Change Around Campus

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    Jason Scheer, Dean of Diversity as well as Assistant Admissions Director. WILLIAMS.
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    Glenn Archer, Head of the Bible Department. WILLIAMS.

Next year, changes will be taking place at Wesleyan. From teachers coming and going, to new classes being added, to students joining the community, there’s plenty of change in the air. Keep Reading

Senior Signings

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This spring, nine athletes are taking a big step and signing with various colleges to continue their athletic career. Athletes perform in various sports such as: baseball, basketball, cross country and football. These athletes will soon attend schools all around the country. Keep Reading

The 2017 Masters Swing into Spring

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Ever since 1934, the Masters Tournament has been home to some of golf’s greatest moments in history. Over the span of four days and 72 holes, athletes from around the world compete in this professional tournament. Golfers compete for the legendary Green Jacket at the Augusta National Club. Keep Reading

Wesleyan Alumni’s Advice to Graduating Seniors

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It’s that time of year again where the school days seem to become longer and longer, and summer cannot come fast enough. The sophomores are becoming juniors, the juniors are thinking about colleges and the seniors have mentally already moved into their dorm rooms. While the seniors are passing the time by infecting everyone else with senioritis, some recent Wesleyan alumni have taken a moment to pass down some words of wisdom about what they wish they would have known this time last year and what they have learned since then.

So while you are soaking up every last precious minute of your fleeting high school experience, take this valued advice to heart; these alumni wish they would have.



What is one thing you wish you would’ve known for your first day of college/first college class?

“Talk to the people next to you, even if it’s just hello. You may never speak to them again, or they may become one of your good friends! Both outcomes are okay. Both are normal.” – Emma Anderson, Class of 2016


“Where my classes were. [And] I wish I would have known to stay in the dining halls longer because that’s where you make friends.” – Mary Cowart, Class of 2016


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The Beginning and the End: Freshman Year vs. Senior Year

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For many students, high school is a journey that will never be forgotten. From a geeky, nervous freshman to an over-confident, worn out senior and everything in between, the high school experience is irreplaceable.

In commemoration of Wesleyan’s 2016-  2017 school year, two surveys were conducted: one was sent out to the freshman class, while the other was sent out to the senior class. The freshman survey, containing six questions regarding the current school year, collected responses from 55 students, while the senior survey, containing eight questions regarding the current school year, collected responses from 43 students.

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