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So. This sucks.    I don’t know about all of you but lately, when I’m not stressed or worried about the future I am very bored. Like soul-crushingly bored. This quarantine has left me with a lot of time for introspection and I have been able to go back through my Spotify, Youtube, and all […]

So. This sucks.    I don’t know about all of you but lately, when I’m not stressed or worried about the future I am very bored. Like soul-crushingly bored. This quarantine has left me with a lot of time for introspection and I have been able to go back through my Spotify, Youtube, and all […]

So. This sucks.  The current state of the world and everything surrounding COVID-19 is really getting to my mental health. It is hard to get out of bed knowing that every single day people are dying. It is hard to focus on school work (or anything) knowing that your next trip to Walmart could be […]

So. This sucks.    One of the most unexpected difficulties with COVID-19 and quarantine is school. Focusing on schoolwork, essays, and lesson plans seems impossible most days. I know some people are thriving with online school but for me, not having a teacher I meet with to hold me accountable has been hard. Not being […]

So. This sucks.    The number one thing I have been told over and over again during this time of despair and distractions is self care. For many students, traditionally self care has meant hanging out with friends, going to the movies, doing a face mask, or getting your nails done. It seems like no […]

So. This sucks.  I have gone back and forth how to write this. This could have some kind of positive spin or it could be my most intimate feelings of utter hopelessness. I’m still unsure how it will turn out but here is what’s going on in my head today in Salina, Kansas.   I […]

Coronado Heights is a fantastic place to go to escape the confines of the city and explore nature. A scenic drive up the mountain is met with a historic castle and recreational area. Access to fire pits inside the castle also provide an area for nighttime activities as well as warmth during winter months. The […]

Speaking as a fellow freshman, students were either excited or apprehensive walking into the networking dinner on Thursday, September 19th at Martinelli’s Little Italy. But it is fair to say every student left with a full stomach, a good conversation, and possibly even a connection to the real world in their job of choice. This […]

Kansas Wesleyan is home to just under 800 students. Students from all kinds of backgrounds. Students from California to Nevada, Texas to Washington , Florida to Colombia. For those who are from Kansas this campus seems to have way more than enough diversity. For some, it might even be the first time they have ever […]

The staff of The Advance newspaper visited the Kansas State Fair this year. This is their story… okay, its mainly bloopers, but still their story.


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