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The debate tournament will be held this weekend on January thirtieth. They have invited colleges all over the country to join. The debate will have twenty to twenty five schools joining them this weekend at the debate. These Debate tournaments last up to three to four days. But our program will be one of the […]

KWU Debate coach Gary Harmon might not at first glance seem like the coach of the most winning activity on the Wesleyan campus.  Rriginally from Anthony, Kansas, he was born and raised on a farm. That background included playing basketball and also breaking and training horses. After high school Mr.Harmon was offered a Preferred Walk […]

In the coming weeks Kansas Wesleyan University’s music department will host the February “Fusion: KWU Festival of Music.” I had the opportunity to sit down with the man in charge of “Fusion,” Dr. Milt Allen. He is very enthusiastic about the exciting changes surrounding the festival this year. Dr. Allen says, “It’s a revamped festival, […]

Kansas Wesleyan University’s very own media professor, Paul Green was apart of a radio drama ran by KWU alumni Tim Burns. The cast performed a trio of Golden Age of Radio radio dramas just before Halloween this year. Radio dramas were common and widespread in the 1930s, and over time have fallen out of the […]

Hey Coyotes! Here are some upcoming home and even some away games that you might be interested in! Women’s and Men’s Soccer: (Women play first followed by the men.) Saturday, October 19th: VS Avila University. 5/7 PM. Wednesday, October 30th: VS Ottawa University. 5/7 PM. Tuesday, November 5th: VS Sterling College. 5/7 PM. KCAC Finale. […]

The Kansas Wesleyan men’s and women’s soccer team are off to a fantastic start in KCAC play. After both teams struggled in the non-conference portion of the schedule, the women are 4-1 in conference play and the men are 4-0-1. Last night, the teams traveled to Nebraska to take on York College. The women won […]

When you think about giving a gift to your college, a few things come to mind- a cash gift, a donation of artwork, a memorial gift. But what so many alumni do not consider is an estate gift, or making KWU a beneficiary in their estate plans. So what is an estate gift? Why should […]

I feel like I have not been completely honest with everyone up until this point, but everyday I am starting to feel more and more comfortable- more ready to share my truth. There is no easy way to put this so I will just say it straight: I, Abby Wray, am a Blink -182 fan. […]

To some people inherency, solvency, and kritiks seem like words from another language, but not for the KWU debate and forenics team. These are just standard terms used in a debate round. These kind of terms and more can be learned about at the Kansas State Fair debates. The KWU forensics and debate team sponsors […]

Most students here at KWU who do not happen to be Salina natives are most likely less than informed about the town’s history. About how a small collection of settlers came to this spot over one hundred and fifty years ago, and eventually created the city that we all live in, if not permanently, at […]


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