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
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Next spring break, 200 or more high school students and teachers will embark on a life-changing trip, but the preparation and anticipation for the upcoming missions season begins in early fall. Keep Reading
Every year, Director of Christian Life Greg Lisson focuses on one central Christian life theme for Wesleyan to analyze, interpret and fully explore in order to better understand and live out daily. This focus helps Wesleyan as a community keep its central mission of a Christian atmosphere continually in view.
This year, the theme is ONE: Unity and Uniqueness. Every month, one aspect of the theme is broken down and examined by the middle and high school chapel speakers. Aug. 17 was the first chapel of the year in which Lisson introduced the theme to the school community.
He started off his sermon explaining why the theme was chosen. Lisson said, “In John 17, Jesus prays for all of His future followers, ‘that they would be ONE’ just as He and the Father are one. He prays that all Christians would be ‘brought to complete unity.’ It was incredibly important to Jesus that we, His followers, be unified.” Keep Reading
Wesleyan cheerleaders have been practicing all month to get ready for Friday Night Lights. It is only the beginning of the season and the cheerleaders have already shown what they can do. With outstanding stunts, tumbling and new routines, they are ready to cheer on the Wolves.
For the first time ever, freshmen were able to make the varsity level squad. In addition to the six freshmen on the varsity squad, there are three sophomores and three juniors that are new to the varsity team. All together they have made for a great group to cheer on the Wolves to victory.
Cheer coach Alex Bufton said, “There is a lot of skill on this squad, so it will be very exciting to watch the girls do more challenging stunts, tumbling and dance routines.” The squad spent every day of their final week of summer practicing to learn higher level cheers.