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2018 Christmas Playlist

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1. All I Want For Christmas is You- Mariah Carrey

2. Mistletoe- Justin Bieber

3. Santa Tell Me- Ariana Grande

4. Last Christmas -Wham!

5. Mary Did You Know- Petatonix

6. Baby It’s Cold Outside- Idina Menzel and Michael Bublé

7. Holly Jolly Christmas- Burl Ives

8. It’s the Most Wonderful Time of The Year- Andy Williams

9. Christmas Lights- Cold Play

10. Jingle Bell Rock – Bobby Helms

11. Little Drummer Boy- Justin Bieber

12. Jingle Bells Trap Remix- Trap City

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Wesleyan Faculty Wishes You a Happy Holla-Days

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    Mrs. Shupert, Mr. Cleveland, Mr. Lisson and Ms. Johnson dance in their elf costumes. Sophie Zetzsche.
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    Mr. Stromie and Mrs. Morris feed the reindeer while getting ready to deliver presents. Sophie Zetzsche.
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    Mr. Cooper gets ready to deliver presents for Santa. Sophie Zetzsche.

He Said; She Said

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Every year, Wesleyan Families are tasked with decorating their house for the Christmas season. The big question is: what type of tree will be displayed in the living room? Juniors Harrison Larner and Sophie Zetzsche debate real trees vs. fake trees. Keep Reading

12 Days of Christmas

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On the first day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me 30 minutes of Membean.

On the second day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me two peer parents.

On the third day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me three Hanger triplets.

On the fourth day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me four chicken tenders.

On the fifth day of Christmas,Wesleyan gave to me five state champ rings.

On the sixth day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me six Bible credits.

On the seventh day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me seven tardy slips.

On the eighth day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me eight printer issues.

On the ninth day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me nine spirit captains.

On the tenth day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me ten Otis muffins.

On the eleventh day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me eleven Emmelhaniezs.

On the twelfth day of Christmas, Wesleyan gave to me 12 captive portals.

How to “Make” Someone’s Christmas

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As Christmas rolls around, everyone races to find the perfect gift for their loved ones. However, as high school students, we often have higher expectations for these gifts than the reality of our wallets and schedules can meet.

Senior Cassie Henning said, “Though buying gifts is easier, it often costs more than making them.” Not only is it more cost effective, but junior Chloe Hangartner said that “it’s often more meaningful to my friends to make a gift, rather than buying one.”

Like Henning and Hangartner, over the past few years, I have switched from shopping to creating and it has made all the difference. This holiday season, if you are looking for a gift that will impress, try one of these low-cost, simple DIY (do-it-yourself) ideas:

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