How did you get your start at KWU? After I graduated from college, I knew I wanted to be a soccer coach. So I started applying for Graduate Assistant Positions. My College Coach knew Coach Cocon and put in a good word for me. I went through the Interview process and got the Job. […]
Looking for some nosh? Here’s a handy map of all the locally owned and operated restaurants and bars in the City of Salina. We’ve managed to review quite a few of them, so feel free to click on the links below to see what we have to report.
Looking for something? Let us help you out. The KWU Student Media team has been working to create a map that outlines the places of interest to KWU students, especially those who’ve come to Salina for the very first time. A great many of these places will be part of your “KWU Bucket List” experience, […]
From the outside, Salina’s newest burger and hot dog eatery seems fairly unambitious. But once inside, just a glance around the bedecked walls and huge bar, promises an entirely different kind of experience. And that experience is delivered once you start examining the menu. Johnny Rottens is a bespoke burger and dog affair. You can […]
Host Amber Benning and her crew doing an episode of Totally Hot Adventure Talk.
Haley Thompson opens the mic for her first announcement as a Disc Jockey in the KKWU studio.
Noted filmmaker, director and actor Kevin Willmott spoke to a group of k-dub students about his experience in the industry and about the major influences that impacted his work. Willmott, a Professor of Film at the University of Kansas, attended Salina’s Marymount college as an undergrad. He then went on to successfully produce films such […]
This week’s k-dub student profile turns toward the stage. Joey Moreno put together a look at another of our performing Coyotes, Vocal Performance Major Rachel Holder…
They say your time spent at college will be a life-changing experience. It certainly proved to be just that for at least three Coyotes over the weekend, right here on the k-dub campus. Coyote Alum, Sean Grove was in Salina, helping to judge at the annual Coyote “Border Wars” debate and forensics tournament. He’d brought […]