Author: Abby Wray

Salina may be located in Kansas, and thus, will forever be associated with cows, farming, and the Wizard of Oz- but more than that Salina is actually the home of some true hidden gems. One of these hidden gems is Ad Astra. Created in 2011, this local coffee shop and hang out spot is truly […]

The end is near. Finals are quickly approaching. And as we wind down on a particularly interesting school year many students are finally ready to buckle down and prepare for the best/worst of finals week. The other main thing that will be happening over the next few weeks is students slowly packing up their rooms, […]

The music department has been hard at work this past year. They have overcome mask wearing, social distancing, and smaller than usual in person audiences; but through all this the music has still been able to shine and sing its way through the school year. There are still two more concerts on the docket to […]

May 2nd 2020 I wrote an article that could act as a time capsule for the craziness of 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic. I wanted to revisit that article and respond to some of the questions, predictions and facts. All the writing in italics is what I wrote last year, and in normal print will […]

It’s no secret that COVID-19 has shaken up the world we knew before 2020. Everything around us has changed- how close we have to stand next to each other, how much of our faces we get to see on a daily basis, and so much more. This pandemic has changed everything, including the future of […]

The KWU Debate and Forensics team has won dozens and dozens of national titles in the past 15 years and despite the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous technical issues, and the upcoming retirement of long-time coach Gary Harmon the team has continued this trend this year.  There are two big national tournaments every year for the debate/forensics […]

Dear Donald Trump: A letter from an Impatient American Dear Donald Trump,  Hey, it’s me- an average white lower-middle class college student and woman in America. I have been able to witness firsthand your presidency from the Midwest and I have followed many decisions you have made within the past four years closely. I watched […]

Even during a pandemic and the coldest winter in decades, ‘the show must go on’! And boy are there many big theatrical plans not only at KWU but at Salina Community Theatre too. Supporting local art and artists is more important now than ever so make sure you check out at least one of these […]

March was Women’s History Month and KWU is kicking it off with myriad events.   One of these month-long events is the Shero Wall in the SAC. Throughout the month of March, anyone on campus can go to the SAC and write their Sheros on papers laying out on a table by the Den and […]

Everyone has a story. Everyone has problems. Everyone has pieces of their life they don’t share.  I was diagnosed with a heart condition called supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) earlier this year after struggling with heart health my entire life. SVT is a heart condition where the patient experiences extreme rapid heart rate at random; in my […]


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