Students from Dawson Zimmerman’s Creative Writing Class wrote several works . Here are some examples of their masterpieces. Keep Reading
Every year, the National Charity League recognizes senior girls and their family for their commitment to improving their community.
According to their website, “NCL Inc. is non-profit national organization of mother and daughter members in Chapters across the United States” (NationalCharityLeague.org). The mission of this organization is for mothers and daughters to develop leadership and cultural awareness with each other.
What college are you applying to / going to?
UGA, Auburn, Virginia Tech, Santa Clara and Clemson.
Who was your first Wesleyan crush?
Dylan Jenkins in 6th grade.
What was your most embarrassing Wesleyan moment?
One time I ran into the Plunks and every faculty fellow at Chipotle my sophomore year. This encounter was embarrassing as it was Halloween and I was fully committed to my costume. My costume of course, was the Ghost of George Washington. Naturally, I dressed up in a very conservative ghost costume and powdered wig that hid any shred of my identity. I looked like a little boy and quickly took off my wig for each teacher to greet them.
What is one thing you wished you had done in high school?
Dated Beau Blanton.
If you had 24 hours left to live, what would you do?
Probably throw a quick pity party, then get Chipotle and see where the wind takes me.
What was your dream job when you were a little kid versus what is your dream job now?
I always thought it would be cool to be a dolphin trainer at Sea World, but that hasn’t panned out yet, so we’ll see. Keep Reading
The Wesleyan families every year celebrate the holidays in their own special ways. Each family will come together to pick out the best Christmas tree or sit around a fire sipping on hot chocolate playing card games. Every unique tradition brings the community together as a whole. Keep Reading
From being launched off a blob, diving head first into the big cookie and playing games in the club house, the Young Life Retreat at Sharptop Cove is a exciting way for students to spend their Fall Break.
The weekend retreat is a time where students can take a breath from the constant business of their school weeks and have fun with each other. Senior Sophie Parsonnet said, “What I love most about the retreat is that it is always an awesome time to connect with the people around you and just really bask in God’s creation.” Keep Reading