Wesley College started the effort to become the new owner of the J. Allen Frear Federal Building more than three years ago.
Last month, those efforts finally paid off.
“The deed has been transferred. The keys are in our hand. It’s ours,” said William Johnston, Wesley’s president.
Wesley College received the keys to the J. Allen Frear Federal Building on November 28 in a gathering including representatives from the U.S. General Services Administration, U.S. Senator Thomas R. Carper’s office, National Management Resources and Wesley College. The 36,000 square foot building located at 300 South New Street will be repurposed as an exemplary educational center dedicated to a vibrant nursing program and the expansion of health science related majors.
The J. Allen Frear...[more]
Wesley College graduated 83 students as part of the Class of 2012 Winter Commencement at Central Middle School on December 12. Wesley Board of Trustee member and attorney Linda Broyhill ’71 served as the guest speaker for the ceremony.
To see more pictures of the event visit our flickr site[more]
A letter to students graduating this December[more]
Wesley College freshmen Corey Jones and Lamar Monroe have been named the Capital Athletic Conference Track & Field Athletes of the Week, respectively, it was announced by the league office on Tuesday afternoon. This is the first time that the Wolverines have swept both weekly honors since the track & field program began in the 2007-08 season.
Eight Wesley College football players were named to D3football.com All-Region Teams, it was announced by the website on Tuesday afternoon. Offensive lineman Brian Cranmer, as well as defensive end Devin Hardy, linebacker Sosthene Kapepula and safety Jared Morris all received first team recognition. Also receiving All-Region honors was second team center Tim Putman, while quarterback Justin Sottilare, defensive tackle Terence Gavin and kicker Dan Tryon received third team recognition.
Wesley College presented Gian Carlo Menotti's "Amahl and the Night Visitors" Nov. 29 at the Schwartz Center for the Arts.
The opera, performed in English, tells the story of Amahl and his mother and the act of forgiveness that change their lives. The opera was directed by Wesley drama instructor, J. Denise Baker, with music direction by Wesley professor of music, Dr. James Wilson. The performance was funded in part of Kent County Fund for the Arts and Delaware Division of the Arts.
Wesley College hosted a reception for photographer Robert Gingher on November 29 in the Fluman Gallery located on the third floor in College Center. Gingher specializes in landscape, portrait, still life, and composite shots. His exhibit, the Inmost Light, will be on display until January 10.[more]
The Delaware Section of the American Chemistry Society (DE-ACS) hosted a Family Science Adventure at the Independence School in Newark, Delaware November 3. The event’s goal is to make science exciting and interesting to younger children and allow parents and children to work together in fun hands-on activities that could possibly peak a kids future interest in science. These activities typically include experiments that have an emphasis on chemistry and physics principles. Students had the...[more]
Wesley College's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee collected and donated 1,155 pounds of food to the Food Bank of Delaware as part of the annual Capital Athletic Conference Challenge.