SkyView Atlanta, Six Flags, Ponce City Market and local movie theatres are just a few of the basic atlantan ventures that often turn from enjoyable to dull after a while. These activities compel typical Georgia residents, but after the thrill finishes and crowds become unbearable, people become disinterested and soon attempt to locate new places that will fill the void in their heart of adventure and contentment.
Since the dawn of 1963, Wesleyan School has been home to thousands of students who have looked deeper into the depths of the institution. The conspiracies that have been passed down from generation to generation are not only lingering but are developing into newfangled ideas and plans to discover the truth of the legends Wesleyan has attempted to deny.
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
Freshmen Constance Harris and Elsah James are approached. Can they say what 180-Degree Theology teaches? “No.” Do they know what “eschatology” means? “Eschatology is… what.” The confusion goes beyond Bible, with similar sounding English classes making decisions hard for rising seniors. Some classes are strangely named, confusing students who still do not know the standard courses. Keep Reading
When writers, speakers, singers and actors come together from all over the region, a most intense competition ensues. Students who specialize in literary and fine arts have the opportunity to compete in a little-known event called a Literary Meet. Keep Reading