Kansas Wesleyan University recently celebrated a successful inaugural scholarship gala. Over 300 guests joined KWU in not only honoring the guest speaker, Former Kansas Governor William Graves, but also felt the highlight of the evening, which was the focus on Kansas Wesleyan students and the opportunities that scholarships provide. The evening was supported by a […]

At the Spring 2022 Kansas Wesleyan University Commencement ceremony, more than 200 undergraduates and graduates will have achieved academic success and will cross the stage to receive their diploma of graduation. Kansas Wesleyan starts early in the Spring semester preparing students for what is to come. A checklist is provided so that the student’s anxiety […]

Dr. Mike Russell, KWU Professor of History brought Holocaust survivor, Dr. Judy Jacobs, to the Kansas Wesleyan campus via zoom.  As over 300 guests filled Sams Chapel, Wednesday, April 13, Dr. Jacobs prepared for her presentation from the comfort of her home. Dr. Jacobs shared her family’s experience when the Nazis invaded Hungary. She was […]

A special presentation will take place in the Kansas Wesleyan University’s Sams Chapel and will feature Holocaust survivor Dr. Judy Jacobs. Dr. Jacobs was born in 1937 in Budapest, Hungary. Her birth name was Judith Gondos. Dr. Jacobs and her parents were incarcerated in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany. Dr. Jacobs’ grandparents, as well […]

KWU’s lecture hall, Peters Science Hall 201 was at its limit Thursday, March 31, during the 7x7x7 Women in leadership speaker series that followed a welcome reception in the KWU Student Activity Center’s Brown Mezzanine. 7x7x7 Speakers Ralita Cheeks, USD 305 Marla McElderry, SRHC Foundation Morgan Miller, Alumna Mai-Lin Wohler, Synergy Solutions Jane Gates, Stiefel […]

KWU Spring Weekend 2022 was originally set to mirror homecoming festivities and draw alumni, friends, parents, and visitors to campus at an alternate time of year. This weekend’s main event, the KWU Scholarship Gala, will highlight and promote endowed scholarships here at Kansas Wesleyan. This event, which will feature Former Kansas Governor, William Graves, as […]

All living organisms need water to grow and survive. Water is one of, if not the, most important component to an ecosystem. So that in itself should answer the question; Why would a river running through Salina, Kan. matter? One of our neighboring states has found the benefits of a downtown river and riverwalk. In […]

What was an originated idea in the winter of 2019, planned for Spring 2020 is finally planted and in bloom. Kansas Wesleyan will host a Spring weekend filled with several activities for all ages. From a Senior art gallery exhibition, to a Spring musical “Sugar”, to a lilac and geranium sale, a KWU women’s alumni […]

Why should you vote? In order to achieve meaningful change you must discover your value as a voter. A bi-partisan group called the League of Women (LGW) Voters, Kansas Chapter, had representatives on the Kansas Wesleyan University campus February 22, 2022 to offer not only simple ways of getting students registered to vote, but also […]

Part two of my post for Tony Lu, pianist. In an effort to know how Tony coming to Salina, Kansas came to be, I dove into the story a little deeper. How did Tony Lu end up in Salina, KS, coming all of the way from Old Bennington, Vermont? To find our, I reached out […]

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