A career-ending back injury as a freshman at Georgia Tech derailed plans for Carter Hall (class of 2015) to continue his baseball career, but his hopes of working in professional baseball in a non-playing compacity remain strong. See story .
A close bond, a commitment to the mission, and a family atmosphere have been key for the Varsity football coaching staff as they have put in countless hours to lead Wesleyan to the Class A State Championship. See story .
Wesleyan graduate and University of Virginia senior linebacker Jordan Mack has been named the recipient of the 2019 Jim Tatum Award by the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). The award is given each year to the top senior student-athlete among the league's football players.
Five Wesleyan students have been recognized by in the publication’s inaugural 20 Under 20 feature. Seniors Aubrey DeAugustinis, Lizzy Stainback, and Braden Thorne along with junior Riley Keller were named in the 20 Under 20. Junior J.D. Chipman was included in the Up and Coming list from the magazine.
Wesleyan recently hosted a presentation and book signing by the authors of "The Truth About College Admissions." Georgia Institute of Technology’s Rick Clark and Forbes contributor Brennan Barnard spoke at the event on campus on Wednesday, November 8 in Powell Theater.
David Andrews '11 has been a member of the New England Patriots since 2015, and was recently featured in the first episode of their 'Do Your Life' web series. In the episode, David visits Wesleyan's campus for a football practice and talks about what the program, the coaches, and the school mean to him. To view the video .
As the school year is wrapping up and Wesleyan students begin looking for summer jobs, senior Matthew Plunk received an opportunity to work in a paid internship at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's Marcus Autism Center. For more detail - watch the Fox 5 News special .
Wesleyan class of 2017 graduate Jameson Kavel has carried two of her passions from Wesleyan with her to Durham - softball and service. This summer, Jameson and other student-athletes from Duke and Stanford served in South Africa leading sports camps and teaching CPR and computer skills in the communities they visited. Jameson recently shared in her own words what this trip meant to her this summer.