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Quinn Kaloper

Quinn Kaloper has 22 articles published.

Christian Life Theme: Your Kingdom Come

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Every year, Director of Christian Life, Greg Lisson, introduces the new theme at the first All School Chapel of the year. This chapel is filled with many special traditions: senior Evergreens (students that have been at Wesleyan Kindergarten – 12th grade) walk down the kindergartens, the chapel band is mixed with students from different divisions and many loved ones come to welcome and celebrate in the new school year.

This year, the theme is Your Kingdom Come. Every month, one aspect of the theme will be broken down and focused on by the middle and high school chapel speakers. Topics such as grace, truth, beauty and justice will be filled to complete the phrase. Lisson began the year with Your Kingdom Come. Next month, the topic will be, Your Grace Come.

Lisson shares that the theme was inspired by the Lord’s Prayer in Matthew 6:10. Jesus talks about how he his desire for earth is to have features from similar to ones in Heaven. Lisson said, “All kingdom values and virtues are given to us by God; it is our job to pass His message on to the people around us.”

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Senior Spotlights

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Stevie Crawford

What college are you applying to / going to?

Montana State, Wofford, Furman, Colorado College, U of Wyoming.

Who was your first Wesleyan crush?

Ella V Cooper.

What was your most embarrassing Wesleyan moment?

I threw up in Latin class in 8th grade.

What is one thing you wished you had done in high school?

No regrets so far.

If you had 24 hours left to live, what would you do?

I would go travel for the last hours.

What was your dream job when you were a little kid versus what is your dream job now?

I wanted to be a basketball player when I was younger, but now I want to be a photographer. Keep Reading

Local Girl Scouts Make a Difference

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Junior Girl Scouts Amanda Doane, Olivia Curran and Mary Ann Manley have shown their commitment to serving the community for over ten years. From all the early morning field trips to the local soup kitchen, cookie sales and getting badges, these three girls have reached the home stretch. Doane, Curran and Manley have put in several hours and hard work into being a Girl Scout. Their hard work is about to pay off. They are about to be presented the Gold Award to be honored for all their accomplishments. Keep Reading

Alumni Support the 2018 Wesleyan Fund

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One of the most unique aspects of Wesleyan is the Alumni Fund. Wesleyan alumni will always be loved among the community. They are the ones who have shaped Wesleyan to be what it is today. Students will always remember their special time at Wesleyan; whether that is in the classroom, on the field or spending quality time building a friendship. Teachers and faculty are people that students will never forget. Those are the people who students look up to as role models and mentors. They have given so much to students; now is the chance to give back to them. Keep Reading

Fourth Graders Enjoy the Last Few Months of Lower School

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High school students reflect fondly on their time in lower school, whether it was at Wesleyan or some different school, and remember learning math with shaving cream on their desk, running around on the playground and crushing on your desk partner. Keep Reading

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