In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, schools all across the country have instated a new program for students and teachers alike that will help keep the school year going strong. This new program, called distance learning, has been used as an outlet for teachers to engage with students online, assigning homework and assessments on the school’s website. The main question everyone is asking is, “Will distance learning be the best possible method to engage students in the virtual classroom?”
2019 was an important year in film. From big-budget blockbusters such as “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” and “Avengers: Endgame,” to biopics such as “Rocketman” and “Harriett,” audiences were entranced by stellar performances and original stories, as well as cutting-edge visual effects. On Feb. 9, the 92nd Academy Awards were held, and historic achievements were made that left members in the audience and viewers watching at home astonished.
In this new age of technology, people have the opportunity to access millions of digital content on various mobile devices. One such content source is streaming applications, which has been a beneficial alternative to going to the movie theatre. People can just pull up Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime or HBO Go and have access to a wide variety of movies, television series and original content. A genius idea for the new millennium, but is this hurting the way people see movies? Have people changed their ways so dramatically that streaming is the new form of viewing cinema?
Throughout November 14th through 17th, many people enjoyed getting into the Christmas spirit by shopping at the Mistletoe Market down at the lower school. As the Christmas season comes around, the lower school parents encouraged the Wesleyan community to venture down to the lower school and buy some gifts for teachers and friends at the Mistletoe Market. Keep Reading
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.