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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 […]

This semester will mark Jhalen Haynes (JR/Moreno Valley, California) first year at Kansas Wesleyan. When arriving, he knew that he wanted to be a voice on campus; someone who would influence change. But not knowing very many people, it felt like a rocky start. After finding connections with people who shared the same mindset as […]

March is Women’s History Month and KWU is kicking it off with a myriad of 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 […]

The debate and forensics team here at Kansas Wesleyan has achieved a large number of accolades in the past several years, in fact, it’s the most successful program on campus when you look to the overall number of trophies, awards and national titles. One man is responsible for such success, Gary Harmon. He’s been the […]

Frigid weather came knocking on the KWU campus, and someone opened the door. This past week has been one of the coldest in recent memory on campus and if the forecasts are to be believed, then even more cold weather is on the way in the very near future. The National Weather Service predicts more […]

While there are many obvious aspects of the precautions being taken on college campuses nationwide to keep student-athletes safe from COVID-19, one of them has more of an impact on some players than all the others.  For KWU Communications Major, and Soccer player Tyler Goodwin, it’s the absence of the traditional cheers coming from the […]

The Kansas Wesleyan Multicultural Student Affairs Association has a slate of events planned for the month of February to highlight Black History Month. Association. Bella Allison, the student President of the Association, and KWU Soccer player, told us about their plans.  Each event will be held on a Friday during the month of February, and […]

Shortly after graduating from Kansas Wesleyan, Kiefer Storrer penned his first novel, “Ten Months of Courage”, an effort, he says, was largely complemented by his study of Speech and Debate.  Now the Assistant Debate Coach at his Alma Mater, Storrer talked to us about how his background in the academics of his discipline has helped […]

It’s no secret that when classes are in session on the KWU campus, the multicultural population of the entire City of Salina increases in a measurable way. But for a great many people the true richness of that contribution to our community goes largely unrecognized. In order to address that shortcoming, KWU Communications Major Tyler “King” […]


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