By Merissa Bailey Rios / Staff Writer  Kansas Wesleyan University is taking a big step towards environmental awareness and action this fall with the launch of their new Environmental Justice Minor. Open to all majors, this minor goes beyond classroom learning to equip students with the skills they need to make a real difference. The […]

By Ryah Klima / Opinion Editor “You’re going to be a wonderful journalist.”   That was what Jeroen Nelemans told me after the opening night of “Radium Girls” back in October. I played the role of the ‘sob sister’. He knew that I planned to become a journalist, and he even told me about how he […]

By Beau Grant / Co-Sports Editor Intramural sports have a rich history on college campuses, dating back several centuries. The overall concept of intramural sports became more formalized in the early 20th century. This period was focused on physical education programs and the recognition of the importance of sports and recreational activities in promoting student […]

By Savannah Koga / Staff Writer Battle of the Halls  Next week starts the annual Battle of the Halls competition. This feisty competition puts each dorm up against one another to determine which hall reigns supreme. There will be a series of competitions over the next week, across 5fivedays, that everyone can compete in to […]

By Merissa Bailey Rios / Staff Writer Power Of Music  Music while being a source of entertainment is also a powerful tool that resonates with our very core. Regardless of personal preferences, music offers a unique wellspring of comfort and connection for many individuals. It has the remarkable ability to uplift our spirits, soothe difficult […]

By Merissa Bailey Rios / Staff Writer The Kansas Wesleyan University music department welcomed esteemed cellist Dr. David Littrell for a special performance and educational session on Thursday, March 14, 2024. Dr. Littrell’s visit extended beyond simply showcasing his musical talents; he offered a captivating exploration of the music itself, delving into the history and […]

By AJ Cahee / Staff Writer In a heartwarming display of community engagement, several members of the Kansas Wesleyan University Football Kansas team dedicated their time to inspire and educate young minds at Grace E. Stewart Elementary School. As part of the nationwide celebration of Dr. Seuss Week, these athletes put up their jerseys and […]

By Beau Grant / Co-Sports Editor (RV) Kansas Wesleyan baseball swept the Bethany Swedes in Lindsborg over the Easter Weekend. The offense was hot from the beginning, with the Coyotes matching Bethany’s 3 run first inning with a three-run inning themselves. From there, it was all Coyotes. Senior outfielder Kendall Foster had a two-run home […]

By Savannah Koga / Staff Writer  Women in Leadership Conference  On Thursday, March 28th, Kansas Wesleyan University hosted the annual Women in Leadership conference. This will be KWU’s third annual conference. The event begins at 4:40pm and will be held in Mabee arena, inside the student activity center on the KWU campus.  The conference began […]

By Merissa Bailey Rios/ Staff Writer For decades, a heartwarming tradition has been presented by the Kansas Wesleyan University Wesleyan Chorale, Singing Valentines. Each year, on Valentine’s Day the chorale travels through Salina, serenading sweethearts with beautiful melodies and spreading love throughout the city.  This year, under the direction of David Corman, the chorale is […]

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