Month: May 2022

Zach Lockwood KWU Baseball KWU baseball within the KCAC can be seen as the underdogs of the bigger baseball programs.  Although, this is the case it never made the guys of the team give up at any ambitions of winning a Conference title.  With goals of winning the Conference and making it to nationals as […]

Zach Lockwood Softball season Softball at Kwu has always been known to be competitive and having a successful culture around the program.  This year their goal was to make the playoffs win the tournament and make it to nationals.  This goal was not impossible to reach but, it was something the lady Coyotes will have […]

On Saturday, April 23, 2020 the Kansas Wesleyan University football team had their first spring football game in two years. The football team did a light stretch, a short individual., And then straight into battle. The offense did a phenomenal job of scoring a little over five touchdowns, even though it wasn’t a cake walk, […]

The State of the Union address is an annual message delivered by the President of the United States. It is a joint session of the US Congress near the beginning of each calendar year on the current condition of the nation. The 2022 State of the Union was given by the 46 president of the […]

Since taking office, public assessment of his economic leadership has deteriorated, and he lags behind people’s impressions of Trump, who campaigned as a business-savvy president. The unemployment rate is quite low, but popular views may not reflect this fact, especially when other economic indicators, such as rising gas costs, put a burden on people’s budgets. […]

  On Thursday, Friday, and Sunday Kansas Wesleyan University theater department hosted the play Sugar. Performed in Fitzpatrick Auditorium on the Kansas Wesleyan Campus on April 21-22 at 7:30 PM and April 24 at 2 PM “Sugar” is a musical written by Peter Stone, music by Jule Styne, and lyrics by Bob Merrill.  Based on […]

Have you ever heard of a mid year high school transfer in junior college or a four year college? Well if you have not heard of or do not know any, you have now. There is a student here at KWU that is a mid-year high school transfer. His name is Colby Klieman. We will […]

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