With numerous public accusations and an intense focus on the media in recent months, the “Green & Gold” decided to reevaluate the true value of He Said; She Said journalism. Junior Hampton Henderson and senior Kelly Roth debate the pros and cons in an attempt to keep Wesleyan well-informed and up to date with the ever-changing times.
From singing with the Ragsdale sisters and dancing to “High School Musical” with junior dancers to an epic poetry slam by Ben Smoke and Russ Foust, it is clear that Wesleyan’s Got Talent. Keep Reading
Every year, students are left with the question, “How should I spend my Halloween?” Juniors Hampton Henderson and Sophie Zetzsche narrowed the choices down to Halloween parties and trick or treating in the He Said; She Said.
Dogs are the backbone of every good community. Some of the most iconic members of the Wesleyan family happen to be dogs. Kodiak the Wolf, Oscar Khedouri and Sam Lisson, all of these canines are integral to the Wesleyan community. From Chihuahuas to Golden Retrievers, Wesleyan has it all.
Let’s take a moment to appreciate some of the most precious pups at Wesleyan.
Owner: Greg Lisson
Breed: Golden Retriever
Special Talents: He can play dead, walk on two legs and stay still with a treat on his nose.
Personality: Sam is lovingly spastic; every person he meets is his new best friend. Described by Senior Ana Hanger as “The most adorable thing that has ever walked the earth besides Jesus and he is the most golden of all.”
Watson Copeland: “My ‘phat’ cat, Wallace, eating my socks because we are trying to make her less obese and can’t find food anywhere. Also, when Wallace munches on my headphones. You know how much money I’ve spent on headphones? Too much. Don’t get me wrong, I think Wallace is awesome and hilarious, but she is really teeing me off lately.” Watson Copeland.