Every year, Wesleyan Families are tasked with decorating their house for the Christmas season. The big question is: what type of tree will be displayed in the living room? Juniors Harrison Larner and Sophie Zetzsche debate real trees vs. fake trees. Keep Reading
The month of December is here. While students may be dreaming of sugarplums, Christmas cookies and rare free time, December also brings the nightmare of first semester exams. During the week of Dec. 10-16, students will rush around the halls to find answers to last minute questions and discuss strategies for the ominous free response questions.
Exams put students into a full-on frenzy, as they often prove to be the most difficult class assessments. Sophomore Tatum Connor said that unlike regular tests, exams cover “a lot more material, and studying for them is more time-consuming.”
Well, have no fear, Wesleyan students. After five years of exam experience, we are here to help guide you through the stress and chaos that exams bring. For the optimal studying experience, try the following tips:
This season of sports has truly been one for the record books as many incredible and memorable events have transpired in the Wesleyan community. In two fall sports this season Wesleyan made a run for the state championship in the single A classification. Thanks to the hard work of the athletes and the leadership of their coaches, the Wolves have once again achieved excellence in the opening season of the school year.
For starters, in Columbus, Georgia on Oct. 28, the Wesleyan softball team played in the class A state championship against Tattnall Square Academy. This match was a nail biter as both teams were exceptionally skilled and well prepared for their respective opponent. By the bottom of the eighth inning the score was 4-4 with Wesleyan freshman Reece Holbrook at bat, the tension was high as the wolves already had two outs. “I knew that I needed to go all out. It was all or nothing. I also knew that it would most likely be my last at bat as a freshman, so I wanted to make it good.” With the final pitch Holbrook hit a walk off home run and claimed the championship victory for the Wolves.
From singing with the Ragsdale sisters and dancing to “High School Musical” with junior dancers to an epic poetry slam by Ben Smoke and Russ Foust, it is clear that Wesleyan’s Got Talent. Keep Reading
On the first day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me 30 minutes of Membean.
On the second day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me two peer parents.
On the third day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me three Hanger triplets.
On the fourth day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me four chicken tenders.
On the fifth day of Christmas,Wesleyan gave to me five state champ rings.
On the sixth day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me six Bible credits.
On the seventh day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me seven tardy slips.
On the eighth day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me eight printer issues.
On the ninth day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me nine spirit captains.
On the tenth day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me ten Otis muffins.
On the eleventh day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me eleven Emmelhaniezs.
On the twelfth day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me 12 captive portals.