Only the Evergreens have been through every part of what Wesleyan has to offer. From the first day of Kindergarten running into your classroom to be welcomed by a warm hug from your teacher, to the fourth grade Easter Play that is never “too much,” middle school field days, high school dances and now, walking across the stage at graduation. Keep Reading
What college are you applying to / going to?
I’ve applied to UGA and Georgia Tech.
Who was your first Wesleyan crush?
What was your most embarrassing Wesleyan moment?
Freshman year, I didn’t understand how our softball season worked (I had never played for school before) so after we lost in the first round of the state tournament, I asked the juniors if we had practice the next day, but our season was over and they gave me a hard time about that for the next two years.
What is one thing you wished you had done in high school?
If you had 24 hours left to live, what would you do?
Drive fast and eat a lot of good food.
What was your dream job when you were a little kid versus what is your dream job now?
My dream job when I was a kid was being a lawyer, but now my dream job is a businesswoman. Keep Reading
The month of December is here. While students may be dreaming of sugarplums, Christmas cookies and rare free time, December also brings the nightmare of first semester exams. During the week of Dec. 10-16, students will rush around the halls to find answers to last minute questions and discuss strategies for the ominous free response questions.
Exams put students into a full-on frenzy, as they often prove to be the most difficult class assessments. Sophomore Tatum Connor said that unlike regular tests, exams cover “a lot more material, and studying for them is more time-consuming.”
Well, have no fear, Wesleyan students. After five years of exam experience, we are here to help guide you through the stress and chaos that exams bring. For the optimal studying experience, try the following tips:
Long overdue for a professional soccer franchise, Atlanta has served as the perfect location for Major League Soccer’s newest expansion club. ESPN Football Club’s Taylor Twellman said, “Atlanta United has single handedly given everyone a look of what Major League Soccer should look like. Stadium? Home Run. Coaching? Home Run. Every single week I look at the schedule and say who is Atlanta United playing because I want to watch them.”
United opened the season in Bobby Dodd stadium, where 55,297 fans attended their first home game. Even though they suffered a 1-2 loss to the New York Red Bulls, they sent a strong message to the league that they would be playoff contenders in their inaugural season. After a delay in construction of the retractable roof pushed back their opener at the new Mercedes Benz-Stadium, FC Dallas played Atlanta United on Sep. 10 in the first ever MLS match at the new stadium. A Leandro Gonzalez goal in the 14th minute got the match underway, and goals from Josef Martínez and Greg Garza sealed a 3-0 victory.
This year, not only will juniors and seniors be writing articles for the Green and Gold, but sophomores will now be tagging onto the team. Contrary to past years, sophomores have now become members of the Green and Gold staff for the first time ever.