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Wesleyan Honors Donors on John Wesley Day

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    Athletic Director Marc Khedouri greets former Head Master Zach Young and his wife at the donors' lunch. Brian L. Morgan.
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    Junior Carmen Cook expresses why she is thankful for donors at the donors’ lunch. Brian L. Morgan.
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    Alumnus Nick Salyers (’12) spoke about his time at Wesleyan on John Wesley Day. Brian L. Morgan.
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    Alumni, Chase Kelly (’16) and Russell Matherly (’12) lead worship in chapel on John Wesley Day. Brian L. Morgan.
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    Director of Donor Relations, Chad McDaniel shares why John Wesley Day is so important at the donors’ lunch. Brian L. Morgan.

From the moment students step on campus, the Wesleyan mission statement is instilled in them through the actions of teachers, administrators and peers. The Statement, “To be a Christian school of academic excellence by providing each student a diverse college preparatory education guided by Christian principles and beliefs; by challenging and nurturing the mind, body and spirit; and by developing stewardship in our changing world.”

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Entrepreneurs Lead with Passion

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Wesleyan instills a “Go Get ‘Em” mentally in the students. From the classroom to locker rooms to the conference room students are taught to lead with passion. Many young adults have graduate from Wesleyan with the knowledge of how to start a company in the real world.

Alumni Spencer Sutlive (’16) and Henry Collins (’16) started their outdoors company right after leaving the halls of Wesleyan. Rugged Road Outdoors is a company that sells outdoor gear for camping and hiking. The products vary from clothing, to packs and any other equipment needed for an outdoor excursion. Sutlive said, “we are hoping to release our coolers in the Spring.” Keep Reading

Technically Inclined: Girls Who Code

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Every Thursday, about eight aspiring minds meet in the library to discuss their latest progress in their personal projects. Girls Who Code is a new club at Wesleyan, one that aims to inspire young women to expand their interests to the technical field through simple, yet engaging, online guides. Keep Reading

You Got Served: Wesleyan Gives Back

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Wesleyan’s high school service team, Omicron Service Society, and Wesleyan community members partnering with Mercy Care work to live out Wesleyan’s J.O.Y. motto.

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The “Wolves” of Wesleyan

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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.

Sam Lisson

A portrait of Sam Lisson. Greg Lisson.

Owner: Greg Lisson

Age: 16-months-old.

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.”

Sam with the middle school football team. Greg Lisson.

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