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Frigid weather came knocking on the KWU campus, and someone opened the door. This past week has been one of the coldest in recent memory on campus and if the forecasts are to be believed, then even more cold weather is on the way in the very near future. The National Weather Service predicts more […]

While there are many obvious aspects of the precautions being taken on college campuses nationwide to keep student-athletes safe from COVID-19, one of them has more of an impact on some players than all the others.  For KWU Communications Major, and Soccer player Tyler Goodwin, it’s the absence of the traditional cheers coming from the […]

The Kansas Wesleyan Multicultural Student Affairs Association has a slate of events planned for the month of February to highlight Black History Month. Association. Bella Allison, the student President of the Association, and KWU Soccer player, told us about their plans.  Each event will be held on a Friday during the month of February, and […]

Shortly after graduating from Kansas Wesleyan, Kiefer Storrer penned his first novel, “Ten Months of Courage”, an effort, he says, was largely complemented by his study of Speech and Debate.  Now the Assistant Debate Coach at his Alma Mater, Storrer talked to us about how his background in the academics of his discipline has helped […]

It’s no secret that when classes are in session on the KWU campus, the multicultural population of the entire City of Salina increases in a measurable way. But for a great many people the true richness of that contribution to our community goes largely unrecognized. In order to address that shortcoming, KWU Communications Major Tyler “King” […]

Nearly every woman you have ever seen, interacted with, or known in your life has been sexually harassed or assaulted. On a daily basis all the women you know deal with catcalling, unwanted/unnecessary touching, threats, the general oversexualization of women, and more. It is inescapable. It feels dooming. It is our everyday lives.    According […]

  The world has drastically changed in this last year. Mask need to be worn, health mandates have been ordered, and some schools even moved to online learning. This is both a negative and a positive for the education field. Everyone involved has been forced to adapt and a roll with the new ways. It […]

A sour taste remained in Tabetha Deines’ (JR/Salina, Kansas) mouth as she returned back to campus from the NAIA Women’s Indoor Track and Field National Championships last March. Her mindset switched to getting her redemption as outdoor season was approaching, but the universe had other plans in mind as a worldwide pandemic began.  “It was […]

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 […]


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