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Shredding the Darkness: A Glimpse of Hope for New Year

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As we begin the new year, resolutions arise, and resolutions soon decline; with the hope of a positive outlook on life many fall short or let the evil of the world disrupt their beauty.

Recent current events have arisen such as the longest government shutdown in history (affecting federal employees and allowing for them to go unpaid), an extremist attack at a Kenyan hotel and an ISIS led suicide explosion in Syria injuring United States service members are just some of the many unsettling events that have happened already in 2019.

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Senioritis Plagues Class of 2019

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    Senior Harrison Larner sleeps through free period rather than working on homework. Sophie Zetzsche.
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    Senior Grace Kennedy does a puzzle in class instead of listening. Sophie Zetzsche.
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    Senior Kyle Cleveland games instead of working on homework during free period. Sophie Zetzsche.

Although the stomach bug is going around Wesleyan, Senioritis is catching up, taking masses of seniors up in its storm. Senioritis is a disease plaguing second semester seniors across the country. Although some have been infected since August, the disease is just now spreading throughout the entire Wesleyan senior class. The question is: will they make it?

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Wolves Ready for the New Year

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New Years is the time of the year where people all around the nation try to make this upcoming year the best year yet, by making resolutions, like working out, starting a new diet, journaling, growing a relationship with someone, or overcoming a trial. When asked, the students and faculty at Wesleyan School what their New Year’s Resolutions were and how they planned to make their 2019 the best year yet.

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