The Dig Editorial Staff
Since she joined The Dig in spring of ’19, Wylly has brought top-tier journalism to the OES community, covering only the topics nearest and dearest to our hearts: sports, OES culture, and Taylor Swift. In this article we look back at Wylly’s excellent work.
When it comes to sports stories, Wylly truly brought her A-game.
April 4, 2019: A Look at OES’ March Madness Bracket Masters
May 5, 2019: The 5 Teams Who Will Miss Their Seniors the Most
September 19, 2019: Expectations for Next Week’s Homecoming Triple-Header
December 19, 2019: JV Girls Basketball: A Six Player Season
January 30, 2020: A Girls Basketball Season Countdown
February 27, 2020: OES Girls Basketball State Playoff Hype Video 2020
October 1, 2020: NBA Finals: Heat Lose Game 1 (On Purpose)
December 10, 2020: Super Bowl Predictions feat. George Willmott
The majority of her work revolves around the OES community, which will miss her dearly.
April 18, 2019: My Experience at NWSE
May 10, 2019: Proposals for Community Events
May 23, 2019: Advice for the Incoming Freshman
October 4, 2019: Faculty Profile: Robin O’Hara
October 17, 2019: The Skittles Debate Has Been Officially Resolved Forever!
November 7, 2019: Middle School Retainment
February 7, 2020: Grade Superlatives
February 13, 2020: A Valentine’s Day Special feat. Ryan Monshi
October 22, 2020: The Mysterious Disappearance of OES Stories
October 30, 2020: We Miss You, Great Hall
Wylly is remembered as an avid Taylor Swift fan, having written two more articles about her than anyone else on The Dig.
November 12, 2020: A Review of Taylor Swift’s ‘Folklore’
December 11, 2020: Perspectives on the Release of Taylor Swift’s ‘Evermore’
It’s worth noting that Wylly’s influence is felt in The Dig’s precious few ventures into astrology.
April 4, 2019: this Billie Eilish Song/Horoscope combo by Ellie Riser
December 12, 2019: Marginalized Members of the Zodiac Community feat. John Fitzhenry
Wylly’s prolific contributions make her two years on The Dig feel like much more. As a certain tall and deceased president may or may not have said, “In the end, it’s not the years in your [journalistic career] that count. It’s the [journalistic career] in your years.” We’ll miss you, Wylly!