Author: Bryce Boyd

School is all but over, summer is approaching, and now students here on campus are going to need to find ways to keep busy until we’re back in Salina for the fall semester here in 2021. While the obvious answer to the entertainment predicament is simple, get a job, a part-time career can only do […]

The school year is almost over, and hundreds of students here at Kansas Wesleyan are about to go home to places all over the country, and depending on where you live, the experience is going to be vastly different from person to person. To make things a little better for all of us, I’ve put […]

  The debate and forensics team here at Kansas Wesleyan has achieved a large number of accolades in the past several years, in fact, it’s the most successful program on campus when you look to the overall number of trophies, awards and national titles. One man is responsible for such success, Gary Harmon. He’s been […]

The debate and forensics team here at Kansas Wesleyan has achieved a large number of accolades in the past several years, in fact, it’s the most successful program on campus when you look to the overall number of trophies, awards and national titles. One man is responsible for such success, Gary Harmon. He’s been the […]

When the semester ended rather early here on campus, before Thanksgiving to be specific, the hundreds of students at Kansas Wesleyan University went home for the holidays, wherever that may be. Last year was one of the most interesting times in recent memory, mainly due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which has led to a […]

When people think of the debate and forensics team here at Kansas Wesleyan, many might not actually know that much about it. For those that don’t, the program is the most successful competitive event on campus, having won more national titles in its rather short lifetime than anything else here at the university. In fact, […]

One of the hallmarks of debate and forensics is the atmosphere of the competition, your teammates and all your opponents wandering around the same campus, making small talk and enjoying each other’s company. However, the days of traveling to different schools in different states, cramming into auditoriums for awards and spending nights at steakhouses with […]

Now that KWU has transitioned to online classes for the remainder of the semester, and the school itself has stated that there’s no real need for anyone to actually be on campus if they don’t have to be, it would seem that the story of how the Covid-19 pandemic affects students is transitioning to one […]

Most students here at Kansas Wesleyan have heard of Purple Fridays, and have been told that if they go to certain places around Salina wearing their school gear, they would receive discounts at various locations in town. However, something many students, including myself are largely unaware of, is where can you actually go on Purple […]

This semester has been a busy one for Kansas Wesleyan’s Debate and Forensics Team, with four tournaments in the past two months, almost 48 total hours spent driving from destination to destination and multiple awards, trophies and commendations between the seven team members. In an earlier article, one of the team’s tournaments was looked at […]


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