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Seniors Plan for After Graduation

Brielle Braxton-Young; The Whetstone Malik Johnson, a business administration major who will be a part of Wesley’s graduating class this coming May, said he is glad he chose business as his major. “I have many career options,”...

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Wesley Recruitment Based on Geography

By Rahim Harris, Kai Lee II and Lydia LaSure; The Whetstone Freshman Hanna Giaccone chose Wesley College because it was close to her home in Ventnor, N.J. “When choosing a school, I knew I wanted to be close to my two little...

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Wesley Alerts Go Missing For Some

By Dylan Morris; The Whetstone In a two-week period, Dover Police reported nearly 20 incidents of tires slashed in commercial parking lots along the Route 13/113 area. Wesley College sent text and email alerts to students,...

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Seniors Plan for After Graduation

Brielle Braxton-Young; The Whetstone Malik Johnson, a business administration major who will be a part of Wesley’s graduating class this coming May, said he is glad he chose business as his major. “I have many career options,”...

College Comments on U.S. President

Donald Trump or Donald Dump? Anger, confusion, bitterness, ill will, discouragement, malice. These are some of the feelings expressed by Wesley College students after Donald Trump was elected president. “I hate the guy,” junior...

What Students Do During the Weekend

By Kierra Whitaker, The Whetstone            When some students think of college they think of parties and lots of drinking on the weekends. But that’s not what a lot of students experience. Junior Doris Tremble typically spends...

Spring Semester is All Planned for Some Organizations

By Brielle Braxton-Young, The Whetstone Student organizations are making the spring semester at Wesley College one to remember, with events ranging from a block party to a trip to New York City and a never before seen fashion...

The Co-editors of The Whetstone earned first place in the Delaware Press Association Communications Contest for their November, 2016 stories: "TITLE IX: STUDENTS CONCERNED PRESIDENTS HISTORY WILL REPEAT ITSELF," by Griffith and Wilson and  "RAPE VICTIMS SHOULD'NT SUFFER MORE THAN RAPIST," by Wilson. The stories also won the National Federation of Press Women national awards.