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Faculty Fellow Match Made at Wesleyan

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While the Royal Wedding was the most talked about wedding of 2018, the most talked about wedding of 2019 already was the Holmes wedding over Christmas break.  High school Latin teacher Abby Johnson and middle school history teacher Robert Holmes got married in Savannah on Dec. 22.

The two celebrated their wedding, but their love story was something that could not be skipped over.

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Senior Spotlights

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Davis Chapman

What college are you applying to / going to?

Auburn University.

Who was your first Wesleyan crush?

Quinn Kaloper (6th grade).

What was your most embarrassing Wesleyan moment?

I accidentally poured tomato soup all over myself in 7th grade.

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

Tried harder freshman and sophomore year of cross country.

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

I would go skydiving.

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

I wanted to be a professional baseball player, and now it is to be the CEO of a business company. Keep Reading

Wesleyan’s Got Talent

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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

The Great American Eclipse

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On Aug. 21, all of Wesleyan School gathered in Henderson Stadium to watch the Great American Eclipse.

“The eclipse provide[d] us with a terrific opportunity to witness the beauty of God’s creation and the mystery of His handiwork,” said Headmaster Chris Cleveland.

Science department chair Anna Myrick said, “People were most fascinated by how such a tiny sliver of Sun could still create so much light for us. This is a reminder that the smallest acts of kindness and good deeds can spread the light of God’s Kingdom to so many.”

When asked what experiencing the eclipse would entail, Myrick said, “You will see the Moon cross in front of the Sun. The sky will dim by around 90% and drop about five degrees in temperature. There could be a cool breeze, an ‘eclipse wind.’ Shadows will be altered and the darkness will begin in the western sky. We could see Venus as a star (in the Western sky) and Jupiter (in the Eastern Sky). The darkest areas will be in the northern part of the sky where totality is occurring.” Keep Reading

Getting a “Handel” on the District 6 Election

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Two months ago, it was impossible to avoid campaign ads if you were anywhere near the 6th district. Everywhere you went it seemed you couldn’t escape this election. No matter where you would go, you’d be bombarded with the sound of campaign ads, phone calls and whatever else they could throw at you. Why was this one election so important compared to the rest of the local elections?

This election was so vital because it would be indicative of what the next four years of life in the United States would be like. Jon Ossoff represented change and the ability for Democrats to oppose what they don’t support in Trump. He hoped to flip the historically Republican 6th District and set an example for the rest of the country to follow.

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