Tag archive

olivia curran

Senior Spotlights

in Senior Spotlights by

Jennifer Nolan

What college are you applying to / going to?

Georgia Tech, UVA, CU Boulder and Yale.

Who was your first Wesleyan crush?

Liam Coxhead.

What was your most embarrassing Wesleyan moment?

At one of the first lunches in my second semester as a senior, I tripped going through the door and fell flat on lunchroom floor in front of everyone trying to get in. Throughout lunch, people came up to me and told me how hilarious it was.

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

I wish I had been able to take an art class or two.

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

I would go on a road trip with my closest friends, going as far as we could make it and stopping anywhere, we want along the way.

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

I wanted to be either veterinarian or an astronaut, and I still want to be an astronaut. Keep Reading

Local Girl Scouts Make a Difference

in News by

Junior Girl Scouts Amanda Doane, Olivia Curran and Mary Ann Manley have shown their commitment to serving the community for over ten years. From all the early morning field trips to the local soup kitchen, cookie sales and getting badges, these three girls have reached the home stretch. Doane, Curran and Manley have put in several hours and hard work into being a Girl Scout. Their hard work is about to pay off. They are about to be presented the Gold Award to be honored for all their accomplishments. Keep Reading

Color Guard Transitions to Winter Guard

in Sports by

Out with the old, and in with the new; with the closing of a competitive color guard season, a new type of competition emerges. That new type of competition is winter guard. The two similar sports are distinctly different in their ways of presenting the skills of the team. The dropping of temperatures indicates the transition from the color guard to winter guard season for many young female athletes.

“Our shows all came together really well. They all have a story plot and a well thought-out design that people could observe from the stands,” sophomore Madeline Metz said on color guard. Keep Reading

Go to Top