As students progress through high school, they have taken on more responsibility. Studying, keeping up with relationships and committing to projects outside of school are often at the forefront of their minds. A practical issue that affects most activities is money; without cash, people cannot go out to eat, donate to their church, attend many events or buy gifts for their friends. While most teens go out and get a job, a few enterprising minds had the idea to create their own businesses. Keep Reading
What colleges are you applying to? UGA, Auburn, College of Charleston and SCAD.
Who was your first Wesleyan crush? Matt Adent.
What was your most embarrassing Wesleyan moment? Sophomore year.
What will you miss most about Wesleyan? The Spirit Shop and Mrs. Godard.
What is one thing you wished you had done in High School? I wish I had won more state championships.
What are three things you cannot live without? My dog, Biscuit, Chick-Fil-A Breakfast and frilly socks.
What was your dream job when you were a little kid versus what is your dream job now? When I was a youngster I wanted to be a painter. Now I realize that I would like to afford to eat, my dream job is to be a graphic designer or creative director for a major company and eventually own a boutique in Charleston that sells vintage clothing and dog paintings. Keep Reading
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.”
Next spring break, 200 or more high school students and teachers will embark on a life-changing trip, but the preparation and anticipation for the upcoming missions season begins in early fall. Keep Reading