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Kansas Wesleyan University announced two fall scholarships available to high school graduates in the fall of 2020 as new enrollment. The Ad Astra scholarship is to be awarded to any Kansas high school graduate or home school student that holds a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Transfer students are also eligible. The award amount is […]

  I believe that climate change and the coronavirus are linked together. This Pandemic leads to a deeper understanding of the ties of us on a global scale. The healthcare systems are essential to protect us from health threats, including climate change. Even the support to revive the economy after this pandemic we should promote […]

Imagine being a college student and one day out of the blue an anonymous donation has been made towards your campus account that almost completely clears your debt owed to the school. That’s exactly what happened to one lucky student at Kansas Wesleyan University. A freshman nursing student who works as a server in salina […]

Kansas Wesleyan University plans to maintain its limited operations status through the end of the semester. This is based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and prevention. Although, approximately 130 students are in the residence halls, the facilities are closed and those students get take out meals from the cafeteria. Of course distancing […]

  With the current state of affairs seeing many of our students, faculty, staff and alumni staying at home to keep safe from the building wave of COVID-19, options for entertainment can sometimes seem rather dauntingly limited.  Thankfully, an entirely new range of possibilities has been opened to advancements made in communications technologies over the […]

Well when it comes to dealing with stress it is very completed. And it is more serious than you think. For many people that can relate stress, it mostly comes from either life, school, domestic issues, traffic, or work. Stress is a common thing that takes place in every human’s life. Also there is Distress. […]

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 […]

The debate tournament will be held this weekend on January thirtieth. They have invited colleges all over the country to join. The debate will have twenty to twenty five schools joining them this weekend at the debate. These Debate tournaments last up to three to four days. But our program will be one of the […]

Echoescape; learning a dead birdsong in ‘the place where you go to listen’, by Dr. Julianne Warren is the special sound art performance that will be taking place in Fitzpatrick Auditorium on Thursday, January 30. The special surround-sound event will take place at noon. Dr. Warren is involved with a week-long visit to The Land […]

The days are getting darker, and the temperatures are plummeting. Winter is slowly creeping upon us. Most people see this as a time to stay in and snuggle up to enjoy the warmths blankets and hot cocoa. However, its not this way for everyone. This time of year, students are in the middle of final projects, […]


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