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The school year is almost over, and hundreds of students here at Kansas Wesleyan are about to go home to places all over the country, and depending on where you live, the experience is going to be vastly different from person to person. To make things a little better for all of us, I’ve put […]

The music department has been hard at work this past year. They have overcome mask wearing, social distancing, and smaller than usual in person audiences; but through all this the music has still been able to shine and sing its way through the school year. There are still two more concerts on the docket to […]

It’s no secret that COVID-19 has shaken up the world we knew before 2020. Everything around us has changed- how close we have to stand next to each other, how much of our faces we get to see on a daily basis, and so much more. This pandemic has changed everything, including the future of […]

The KWU Debate and Forensics team has won dozens and dozens of national titles in the past 15 years and despite the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous technical issues, and the upcoming retirement of long-time coach Gary Harmon the team has continued this trend this year.  There are two big national tournaments every year for the debate/forensics […]

Being a college student is already stressful, but being a college student during a pandemic has proven to be a whole new challenge on its own. Despite the extra stress, Kansas Wesleyan University is doing its best to help its students survive these strange times. The university is not just focusing on the students’ physical […]

The Multicultural Club is starting to be a Hot topic at our school because it is starting to bring more awareness to black culture in an overall way. As well any other culture to shed light on.I had the opportunity to interview Jhalen Haynes and discuss what multicultural club, why he is in the multicultural […]

The start of the 2020-2021 school year had many question marks come along with it. Covid had omitted almost all fall sports and forced them to continue their seasons in the spring. This small change made a huge impact. It seemed like a good short term solution to a major problem. This decision did help, […]

March was Women’s History Month and KWU is kicking it off with myriad events.   One of these month-long events is the Shero Wall in the SAC. Throughout the month of March, anyone on campus can go to the SAC and write their Sheros on papers laying out on a table by the Den and […]

This spring semester, there will be over 20 sports competing for Kansas Wesleyan. That includes many sports from the fall and winter that had to be pushed into this semester. This has thrown off many people and even caused a lot of work for the athletic trainers as they have to make sure all their […]

When you actually think about it what makes you move from a community college to a university is their background history? Is it their beautiful environment they have around the school? It might even be buildings they have or it can be as well how the professors care about their students and try their best […]


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