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“Are you guys still in season?” Is a question that Tabetha Deines (JR/Salina, Kansas) hears all too often. A majority of sports typically only range for one season out of the whole school year. And while that might be true for Deines, she competes in what could be considered a three in one sport. Deines […]

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 […]

I knew college would not be easy. It isn’t supposed to be easy. For a college freshman, college is a terrifying new experience where the work is even more difficult than homework you had back in high school. Despite this expectation, for me, college has been fantastic. I have loved my experience here at Kansas […]

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 […]

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 […]

Saturday, March 6, the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes football program dominated the Sterling Warriors 69-14. This is a historical event is important because it was the first time ever that regular season football games were played in the spring, It was an exciting and unique experience to witness. It was not a typical Saturday night in […]

This week, March 1st to March 7th, is considered “Severe Weather Awareness” Month. I’m sure we can all relate to this after these last couple of weeks. The weather this winter was nothing less than treacherous, not covering up was a death wish. Kansas natives are used to the extreme conditions Mother Nature throws at […]


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