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One of the most recent additions to the KWU coaching family is Todd Zenner, who runs the Bowling program for the Coyotes. We asked him how it felt being a part of the K-dub family, and he told us he was thoroughly enjoying the experience. You can keep up to date with weekly KWU athletic […]

Nearly every woman you have ever seen, interacted with, or known in your life has been sexually harassed or assaulted. On a daily basis all the women you know deal with catcalling, unwanted/unnecessary touching, threats, the general oversexualization of women, and more. It is inescapable. It feels dooming. It is our everyday lives.    According […]

  The world has drastically changed in this last year. Mask need to be worn, health mandates have been ordered, and some schools even moved to online learning. This is both a negative and a positive for the education field. Everyone involved has been forced to adapt and a roll with the new ways. It […]

When the semester ended rather early here on campus, before Thanksgiving to be specific, the hundreds of students at Kansas Wesleyan University went home for the holidays, wherever that may be. Last year was one of the most interesting times in recent memory, mainly due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which has led to a […]

You guys ever hear the saying that history repeats itself.  Well for over the years it has happened over and over again. This incident in particular happened again and made the world even more aware and angry with law enforcement and the officers that brutally killed George Floyd. The murder of George Floyd brought a […]

When people think of the debate and forensics team here at Kansas Wesleyan, many might not actually know that much about it. For those that don’t, the program is the most successful competitive event on campus, having won more national titles in its rather short lifetime than anything else here at the university. In fact, […]

One of the hallmarks of debate and forensics is the atmosphere of the competition, your teammates and all your opponents wandering around the same campus, making small talk and enjoying each other’s company. However, the days of traveling to different schools in different states, cramming into auditoriums for awards and spending nights at steakhouses with […]

Meet Mubelele Mhango the 18-year soccer player who has found his way across the world.  When he first came to America from his home country Malawi, he finished his last year of high school at Gate Way Academy in Illinois.  Ever since then his soccer career has taken off since he has started college.  If […]

Welcome back Coyotes to a world of false security, sports and activities almost as usual, and an ‘ineffective’ mask order! Now hear me out- masks can and do prevent the spread of COVID-19; but are usually more effective when students don’t congregate in the cafeteria eating, breathing, and talking all together. Kansas Wesleyan has done […]

Most people can find some amusement or joy from a tractor-trailer blaring their horn occasionally when a kid signals them, but when there is an entire street filled with these Big Rigs constantly blaring their horns simultaneously, the noise begins to become unbearable at such a close range. On May 1st that’s exactly what the […]


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