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Alumni News

List of 16 news stories.

  • ESPN's College GameDay Features Restaurant Owned by Wesleyan Alumni

    In 2015, Alan Pope ’04 and Ryan Pope ’05 opened The Place, a Southern comfort restaurant located in the heart of downtown Athens.
  • Stuart Johnson '14 Trades in Football Pads at Harvard for Legal Research in Boston

    In May 2019, Stuart Johnson ’14 graduated from Harvard College with a concentration in government.
  • Audrey Short '15 Pursuing Ph.D. at UC Berkley

    In May 2019, Audrey Short ’15 graduated from Miami University with a dual major in biochemistry and physics. Audrey graduated Summa Cum Laude, with distinction from Miami’s Honors Program, and with honors in physics and chemistry for her involvement with research.
  • Wesleyan School Honors Coxhead, Delk, and Stafford As 2020 Inductees to Wesleyan School Athletics Circle of Honor

    On Friday, January 10, Wesleyan School inducted the 2020 class to the Wesleyan School Athletics Circle of Honor. This year’s inductees were Cort Coxhead '14, Rhett Delk '13, and Kelly Hall Stafford '07.
  • Ryan Gibadlo '02 Leads Faith-Based Non-Profit in Greene County, Georgia

    Ryan Gibadlo ’02 was recently named Executive Director of Atlas Ministry. Located in Greene County, one of the most impoverished counties in the state of Ga, Atlas strives to make an impact through a proactive approach geared toward education and personal development.
  • Mr. Cleveland Shares the Miracle Story of Wesleyan School in High School Chapel

    The 2019-2020 Christian Life theme, Stories of the Kingdom, took a historical turn this morning in high school chapel as Head of School Chris Cleveland shared with students the story of Wesleyan. Sharing details of the school’s history since the mid-1990’s, Mr. Cleveland recounted the many ways that the path of Wesleyan defied all odds.
  • Love of Baseball Remains Strong for Hall

    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 here.

  • Peter Hess '18 Confirmed to UGA Supreme Court

    Peter Hess '18 is a sophomore at the University of Georgia. Recently, Peter was confirmed by the UGA student senate to an associate justice position on the UGA Supreme Court, a part of the university's student government. Congratulations, Peter!
  • Jordan Mack '16 Named Jim Tatum Award Recipient by the ACC

    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.
  • Wesleyan Alum John Morris '17 Profiled by UGA Today

    Wesleyan School 2017 graduate John Morris was recently profiled by UGA Today,  the news outlet for the Univeristy of Georgia.
  • Wesleyan Celebrates John Wesley Day

    John Wesley Day is a day set apart at Wesleyan to express gratitude for the sacrificial giving of both the founders of the school and those who sustain the school through their continued generosity. Historically, it was on the 18th day of the school year reflect the 18 days of 180 school days that are possible due to the generosity of donors who provide roughly 10% of the operating budget through gifts to the school. We currently celebrate John Wesley Day in November, since it is a month where our nation and our families focus on thankfulness and gratitude. Gratitude is both the proper response to giving and motivation for a life of service. Current students are reminded that what they have at Wesleyan is a gift from God through the generosity of others.
  • Mack Named Campbell Trophy Finalist

    Congratulations to Jordan Mack, class of 2016, who has been named one of 12 finalists for the 2019 Campbell Trophy. The award is given each year to the best football student-athlete in the nation based on academic success, performance on the field, and strong leadership and citizenship. See story here.
  • Cannon Makes ESPN's Top Ten Plays

    Tucker Cannon, class of 2016, had a touchdown catch for Mercer that made ESPN's Top Ten Plays on Saturday evening. Click here for story and video.
  • Wesleyan Grad Jameson Kavel '17 Continues Missions Focus at Duke

    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. Keep reading online.
  • David Andrews '11 Featured on Patriots 'Do Your Life' Series

    September 19, 2019

    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 click here.
  • Olivia Larner '16 Gives TEDx Talk at Furman University

    This past spring, Olivia Larner '16 gave a TEDx talk at Furman University on the topic of confronting the challenges of invisible chronic illnesses. To view her talk click here.