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Think about the last time you dinned in at a restaurant. Was your server friendly? Did your food come out in a timely fashion and prepared correctly? How was your overall experience? Now for the big question: did you tip twenty percent? If you answered yes to all of the questions except for the last […]

Would testing everyone on campus right now solve the coronavirus problem? Quite honestly, I am not sure. I am not a scientist but it certainly does not seem like a bad idea at this point. The school would be able to get ahead of the curve and take care of all current active positive cases […]

When people think of the debate and forensics team here at Kansas Wesleyan, many might not actually know that much about it. For those that don’t, the program is the most successful competitive event on campus, having won more national titles in its rather short lifetime than anything else here at the university. In fact, […]

One of the hallmarks of debate and forensics is the atmosphere of the competition, your teammates and all your opponents wandering around the same campus, making small talk and enjoying each other’s company. However, the days of traveling to different schools in different states, cramming into auditoriums for awards and spending nights at steakhouses with […]

Meet Mubelele Mhango the 18-year soccer player who has found his way across the world.  When he first came to America from his home country Malawi, he finished his last year of high school at Gate Way Academy in Illinois.  Ever since then his soccer career has taken off since he has started college.  If […]

Welcome back Coyotes to a world of false security, sports and activities almost as usual, and an ‘ineffective’ mask order! Now hear me out- masks can and do prevent the spread of COVID-19; but are usually more effective when students don’t congregate in the cafeteria eating, breathing, and talking all together. Kansas Wesleyan has done […]

I was originally with family in Atlanta, Georgia last week. It was pretty fun, I had a great time. The weather was great, it was about 85-90 degrees. I enjoyed my time with my girl and family. I ended up leaving back to Kansas to pack and go home to Sacramento, California with my family […]

With the new COVID-19 virus, our entire campus of KWU has become vacant. The new virus is horrible and annoying in my opinion. I am a part of the women basketball team  and we worked extremely hard all year to get to one point in the season, the  NAIA National tournament. Our entire trip started […]

In the midst of the current coronavirus nightmare, I’m struggling to keep my sanity in the absence of partying and time with friends. As some of you may know (for whatever reason), I have a LOT of online friends, and they have almost single-handedly come to my rescue. Twice per year or so we all […]

Just this past weekend KWU had the honors of partnering with the United Methodist Church, and the Tim Tebow Foundation to present A Night to Shine inside the student activities center on campus. This event at its core is a yearly event that seeks to provide special needs students and community members with a prom […]


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