Month: September 2023

By Elijah Resano / Staff Writer When I’m not drowning myself in homework, frantically trying to get it all done in one day so I can have the rest of the week free or going on an eight-hour long video game marathon, I find myself taking the time to go outside. I’m not a nature […]

By Nicolas Fierro / Staff Writer Kansas Wesleyan and Bethany have a rivalry known as the “Smoky Hill Rivalry.” KWU’s football team defeated Bethany on September 2nd. The final score was 31-3. This now makes the all-time record for KWU football vs. Bethany 50 wins, 57 losses and six ties. David Toelle, Associate Athletic Director […]

By Beau Grant / Co-Sports Editor The defending Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference champs Kansas Wesleyan University volleyball took on McPherson Wednesday night. The atmosphere in Mabee Arena is what made the night special, as the Kansas Wesleyan baseball team made an appearance and was loud and proud the whole night. “The match was exciting, it […]

By Beau Grant / Co-Sports Editor Kansas Wesleyan University had a full slate of home games this past week, which means catching up on how fall sports are doing. If you want to see the pre-season preview for each team, check out this: Fall sports preview: Coyotes ready to get rolling ( The Coyote football […]

By Lily Roberts / Staff Writer Kansas Wesleyan University had its second home game on Saturday, September 16, against Friends University. Compared to the last game, the attendance numbers grew, and the crowd’s energy levels were off the charts cheering the Coyotes on. The dancers and cheerleaders also influenced the cheers from the crowd, with […]

By Nicolas Fierro / Staff Writer KWU Hosts: Family Weekend 2023 Kansas Wesleyan hosted its annual Family Weekend. Students have the chance to reconnect face-to-face with their families as KWU organizes events and activities for the weekend. As students are in the wake of their first semester of the 2023-2024 school year, it gives them […]

By Elijah Resano / Staff Writer Last Friday evening, Kansas Wesleyan University’s music department held a culminating event at Hauptli Student Center where different ensembles performed music for guests, students and faculty as part of KWU’s spring alumni, family and community weekend. Kicking things off, the Wesleyan chorale opened with “The Star-Spangled Banner”; newly appointed […]

Last Thursday, Aug. 31, Kansas Wesleyan University’s Media Production courses provided students with a valuable opportunity to discuss the effects of an international press rights controversy in Marion, KS. On Aug. 11, the Marion Police Department executed a sweep of the Marion County Record’s newsroom. The raid has drawn international scrutiny for suspected violations of […]

By Gage Thompson / Opinion Editor As American citizens, it’s important to know that the First Amendment is important to the United States people and entails that it protects freedom of speech, the press, assembly and the right to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. With this, I feel like the great state of […]

By Lily Roberts / Staff Writer Kansas Wesleyan University experienced their first football home game on Saturday, August 26, and it was a hot one. The, “hottest summer on record,” (Falk, 2023) was felt by all at the 10 in the morning game, with audience members feeling dizzy and sick with the metal bleachers roasting […]

Current track