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Service Project Recognizes Facilities Team

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    Chris Pringle, Ryan Moran and Angeles Acevedo are grateful for the service project this year. Alayna Fogarty.

On Oct. 10, the Senior Leadership Team and a group of volunteers joined forces to create meaningful gifts to give to the facilities team for all of their hard work and dedication.

The facilities team is responsible for maintaining Wesleyan’s beautiful campus. They set up and breakdown events, clean every room in all buildings and more. While keeping a strong work ethic, they make sure to express positivity in everything they do, and they are never seen with attitudes that aren’t always after achieving their golas. Although they are always appreciated it is more difficult for students to see the impact they are making, because many members of the team get to school after the students. After school hours, you will find the team picking up garbage students left behind from a morning snack or they will pick up that crumbled-up test which has 68 in red marker at the top, left behind from a sad student. The work ethic that encompasses the many members of the facilities team is truly awe inspiring, and they are a pure example of what to strive for when wanting to achieve the character trait of hard working.

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Senior Spotlights

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Stevie Crawford

What college are you applying to / going to?

Montana State, Wofford, Furman, Colorado College, U of Wyoming.

Who was your first Wesleyan crush?

Ella V Cooper.

What was your most embarrassing Wesleyan moment?

I threw up in Latin class in 8th grade.

What is one thing you wished you had done in high school?

No regrets so far.

If you had 24 hours left to live, what would you do?

I would go travel for the last hours.

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

I wanted to be a basketball player when I was younger, but now I want to be a photographer. Keep Reading

Students on a Mission

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‘Tis the season for Friday night basketball games. The air is crisp, and the smell of sweat is overwhelming in the gym. There is no better way to celebrate the missions program than with a little bit of basketball. Adding friendly competition between faculty and staff was the perfect way to get the crowd on their feet. Keep Reading

She Said; She Said

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Megan Bielan – Thin Mints

As spring approaches, another important season falls upon us: Girl Scout season. Their beloved cookies are being sold by cute, little Girl Scouts in front of the market or knocking on your door. The cookies themselves are almost impossible to resist, but when you add in the smiling little face, it becomes virtually impossible to turn down a box of Girl Scout Cookies. Keep Reading

Students Adventure Through the Summer

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    Sophomore, Ella V. Cooper poses with her new Moondance friends. ELLA V. COOPER
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    Juniors, Mateo Rengifo and Meredith Lynch, helping Señor Vallejo at soccer camp. BRIAN L. MORGAN
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    Sophomores Quinn Kaloper and Caroline Hayes working at Camp High Harbour. QUINN KALOPER

From piggybacking children all over campus to making new friends in the cabins, Wesleyan students had a fantastic time over the summer at many different camps around the world.

Whether they were traveling the world or participating in their communities at home, Wesleyan students had incredible opportunities this summer to take part in various summer camps.

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