Month: December 2023

By Lily Roberts / Staff Writer Kansas Wesleyan hosted their annual Winterpalooza event on December 7. It was a packed event, with many students and faculty in attendance, participating in different events and activities such as Santa hat and stocking decorating, a snow globe photo booth and many more. The participants could also enjoy warm […]

By Aubreigh Heck / Editor-In-Chief It was my sophomore year of high school that my hometown, Las Vegas, Nevada, suffered from the largest mass shooting in American history.  October 1. 58 dead. Over 600 injured.  I had never seen my city come full stop like that before. Las Vegas Blvd was empty, the hotels were […]

By Elijah Resano / Staff Writer Last Friday, the Kansas Wesleyan University Department of Music held the annual Christmas by Candlelight event, with this year’s theme being: “Prince of Peace.” This year highlights the differences in how the spirit of Christmas is enjoyed by cultures from around the world. Select songs taken from cultures in […]

By Savannah Koga / Staff Writer Growing up when people would ask me, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” I always wanted to be a detective, thinking I could go solve every crime mystery and my life would be just like NCIS. Though once I realized I was not cut out […]

By Beau Grant / Co-Sports Editor The Kansas Wesleyan University Men and Women’s basketball team picked up victories over rival Bethany. First, the women’s game was the closer one with the Coyotes squeaking out the win 71-66. The Yotes have played a hard non-conference schedule up to this point and came in with 4-5 record, […]

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