The 2021-2022 school year was just starting not too long ago and within a blink of an eye this Saturday the 14 is graduation day. This graduating class will promote about 300 students. It is crazy to know there are only about 800 in the school! Interviews from three students will help understand how it […]

The State of the Union address is an annual message delivered by the President of the United States. It is a joint session of the US Congress near the beginning of each calendar year on the current condition of the nation. The 2022 State of the Union was given by the 46 president of the […]

Since taking office, public assessment of his economic leadership has deteriorated, and he lags behind people’s impressions of Trump, who campaigned as a business-savvy president. The unemployment rate is quite low, but popular views may not reflect this fact, especially when other economic indicators, such as rising gas costs, put a burden on people’s budgets. […]

  On Thursday, Friday, and Sunday Kansas Wesleyan University theater department hosted the play Sugar. It was held in Fitzpatrick Auditorium on the Kansas Wesleyan Campus on April 21-22 at 7:30 PM and April 24 at 2 PM. It is a musical play with a book included by Peter Stone, music by Jule Styne, and […]

Have you ever heard of a mid year high school transfer in junior college or a four year college? Well if you have not heard of or do not know any, you have now. There is a student here at KWU that is a mid-year high school transfer. His name is Colby Klieman. We will […]

Kansas Wesleyan University recently celebrated a successful inaugural scholarship gala. Over 300 guests joined KWU in not only honoring the guest speaker, Former Kansas Governor William Graves, but also felt the highlight of the evening, which was the focus on Kansas Wesleyan students and the opportunities that scholarships provide. The evening was supported by a […]

At the Spring 2022 Kansas Wesleyan University Commencement ceremony, more than 200 undergraduates and graduates will have achieved academic success and will cross the stage to receive their diploma of graduation. Kansas Wesleyan starts early in the Spring semester preparing students for what is to come. A checklist is provided so that the student’s anxiety […]

Dr. Mike Russell, KWU Professor of History brought Holocaust survivor, Dr. Judy Jacobs, to the Kansas Wesleyan campus via zoom.  As over 300 guests filled Sams Chapel, Wednesday, April 13, Dr. Jacobs prepared for her presentation from the comfort of her home. Dr. Jacobs shared her family’s experience when the Nazis invaded Hungary. She was […]

A special presentation will take place in the Kansas Wesleyan University’s Sams Chapel and will feature Holocaust survivor Dr. Judy Jacobs. Dr. Jacobs was born in 1937 in Budapest, Hungary. Her birth name was Judith Gondos. Dr. Jacobs and her parents were incarcerated in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany. Dr. Jacobs’ grandparents, as well […]

What makes KWU special you may ask? Well here at KWU we have something called Blessing on the go which is part of the campus ministry. What is the campus ministry exactly? well it’s “committed to awakening, equipping and sending students for Christ through student-driven community, discipleship and local to global service. Students enjoy weekly […]

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