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Senior Spotlights

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What college are you going to/ applying to?

UGA, Auburn, Alabama, Clemson, FSU and GCSU.

Who was your first Wesleyan crush? When?

Sean Casey in fifth grade.

If you were stranded on an island, what three things would you bring with you?

A water bottle, snacks (specifically Oreos) and my pillow.

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

My dream job when I was little was to be a teacher. My dream job today is probably to work in an event management business.

Where do you expect to see yourself in 10 years?

In a job that I love, successful and possibly starting a family.

What was your most embarrassing moment at Wesleyan?

During sophomore year, my whole family got these tiny safety alarms and whenever you press the button, the alarm will go off with a very loud sound. I put this alarm in my school backpack. One day after lunch, my friends and I were sitting down in the hallway, and I had my backpack on. I leaned on my backpack and the alarm went off. Everyone was worried and thought it may be an alarm the school set off for some emergency. I then had to dig through my bag for about five minutes while it was still on and finally found the alarm to turn it off. Everyone asked me what was wrong after that, and it was the most embarrassing five minutes of my life.

If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life what would it be?

Beef tacos with rice and beans or spaghetti.

What are you most excited and scared for when entering your first year of college?

I am most excited to meet new people and find more friends outside the “Wesleyan bubble.” I am most scared that I will be homesick for the first couple of weeks or that the classwork will be really difficult.

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On Feb. 1, the Wesleyan high school students got to take a break from the stress of everyday life and school and enjoy a wonderful night at the Winter Dance. Students put on their best attire for the masquerade-themed Winter Dance and headed over to Hoover Gymnasium for a memorable night. The Winter Dance is always highly anticipated by the Wesleyan students. The boys took a break from the nerves of asking the girls to each high school dance, and the girls took their big chance to ask the boys. Student government spent copious amount of time planning and preparing the Winter Dance so it would be the best Winter Dance yet. After months of planning the dance, it had finally arrived, and students were eager for the masquerade ball. With the famed DJ Fat Snacks providing some awesome tunes on the dance floor, the lively photo booth, the delicious refreshments, and the mysterious table of masks, the students and faculty raved about the success of the dance.

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New Cross Country Season Brings New Goals

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    The High School Cross Country team poses for a picture. Brian L. Morgan.
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    The senior cross country girls build a human pyramid. Brian L. Morgan.
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    The senior cross country boys build a human pyramid. Brian L. Morgan.

The Wesleyan Cross-Country team started with the sound of a gun, running full force into their new season. As cool as that would be, their season took off on July 30th at eight in the morning with a three-hour bus ride to Wilderness at the Smokey’s in Pidgeon Forge, TN.

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