Enthusiasm and Dedication Drive Partnership for Success As President of one of Delaware’s largest independent insurance agencies, L & W Insurance, Board of Trustee member and dedicated Wesley dad William J. Strickland has already proven to be a natural fit to lead Wesley’s most dedicated constituents.
Archive for June 2010
Although she easily blends in with her fellow students at the Student Government Association (SGA) meeting or when she’s assisting with Orientation programming for next year’s freshman class, Veronica Conte is not your ordinary coed.
Some People like to stay busy. Then there’s Jacques Bowe ’10. It’s hard to find an organization in which this 2010 graduate was not involved during his time at Wesley.
Founders Day Food Drive For Wesley’s 137th Founders Day celebration, the planning committee integrated a community service project as a demonstration of the College’s Methodist values and history of service to the area. Grocery bags were distributed around campus to faculty, staff and students as well as area residents so that participants could collect non-perishable […]
BY LEIGH ANN COLEMAN ’09 Alumnus William “Bill” Willis, Jr. ’66 and proud Wesley parent Kathleen Jennings became the newest members of the Wesley College Board of Trustees in March. “I am elated that Ms. Jennings and Mr. Willis have joined Wesley’s Trustees. They bring talents and experience that will complement our Board as we […]
It is near impossible to get a nation, let alone the world, to commit to a new lifestyle unless it has been done before and proven to be successful. After over 50 years in real estate and development, Fred Spain ’58 is in the midst of showing the nation how it’s done.
BY ABIGAIL HILL ’12 The Wellness Center at Wesley is new and improved in 2010. Its purpose has always been to provide free, quality healthcare services on campus so students don’t have to outsource their medical needs. Now however, having recently relocated to the basement of Carpenter Hall, the Center is much better equipped to […]
The Residence Hall Association is There to Help BY EMILY ENNIS ’10 For an incoming freshman, adjusting to dorm life can be a scary experience. The toilet is overflowing. Now what? My roommate is a bully. Who can help me? Luckily, the newly instated Residence Hall Association (RHA) exists to help with these problems and […]
Wesley Athletics Relocates to ‘Little School’ The Wesley College Athletics Department recently found a new home, as several offices were relocated to what was formerly the Little School on North Queen Street in Dover. When the Little School moved in 2009 from its old location to a new building on Mont Blanc Boulevard in Dover, […]
Michele Mules ’10 BY ABIGAIL HILL ’12 When Michele Mules ’10 came to Wesley College, she came with a mental checklist. She wanted a small school, Division III athletics and professors with heart. She also is a young woman with her eyes set on the prize. After just graduating from Wesley in May, she feels […]