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The Girls Basketball Team Chases Another State Title

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The girls basketball team continues to work hard and stay focused, so they can achieve their goal in winning the state championship.

There are eight seniors on the team, so it would be memorable to end their high school careers with a state championship.

The Lady Wolves finished their regular season 24-4, and like the boys team, they will be in the state playoffs as well.

When asked how the team will prepare for the upcoming tournament senior Natalie Armstrong said, “We are preparing by focusing on certain defenses and offenses that will be efficient for the teams that we could potentially play down the road in the state tournament.” Keep Reading

The After Hours: What You Don’t See

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Even though we do not often see what goes on after hours at Wesleyan, many tasks are completed that therefore allows Wesleyan to have an engaging environment.

Housekeeping is a service that falls under the category of services that happens after hours. Housekeeping is something Wesleyan could not do without and something that often goes unrecognized. The Wesleyan students and staff can show their gratitude to them by picking up trash, thanking them, and cleaning up after themselves.

Many of the workers have different hours that vary based on their position. To get more information on their hours and the amount of days they work Carolina Aponte answered. She said, “I work from 3 to 11 Monday through Friday”. Chris Pringle also said, “We are supposed to work 8 hours a day and 5 days a week, but it usually tends to go longer than 8 hours a day and more than 5 days out of the week.” Keep Reading

Backstage of Sage: The Inside Scoop

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Whether it is in lower school, middle school or in high school, the students and faculty get the privilege of eating lunch made by Sage Dining. The Green & Gold went “behind the scenes” of Sage Dining to discover more about what the staff does on a daily basis.

One new component that was introduced to the high school this year was the self-serve hot line, rather than staff-served.

Sage Dining manager Jason Meyers said, “The amount of food preparation has definitely increased since self-service has been introduced. Currently, most students load up their plate because the concept is new, and they don’t want to get back in line. I believe it will eventually smooth out.” Keep Reading

Homecoming Festivities Entertain and Unite

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As the years pass by the Homecoming dance and all of the festivities that come along with it never seem to disappoint.

Although the homecoming dance is the main event, there are many activities that are built around the actual dance. One popular event is the homecoming football game. The Homecoming Queen and King are announced at halftime which seems to get the student body even more excited about the dance.

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The Phone That Does it All

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Finally, the moment we have all been waiting for has come: the release of the iPhone 7. The new and improved iPhone was available for purchase on Sept. 16. It has a new design featuring a refined camera with a cutting edge, enhancing experience and without a headphone jack.

The one aspect that people have mainly been talking about is the lack of a headphone jack. What Apple wants the customers to do is buy the new “air pods,” which are Bluetooth headphones that come at a costly price.

Sophomore Kat Saylor said, “Honestly, I don’t like it having no headphone jack because I don’t want to spend $200 on headphones that I’m probably going to lose.”

Although the phone comes with an adapter, it has to be plugged in to the charging port if you ever need to charge your phone while listening to music.

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