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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 […]

So. This sucks.    This article is going to act as a time capsule for the world around us today. I’m going to be making a list of facts, making personal predictions about the future, and asking a lot of open ended questions to look back at once there is some normalcy.    Facts  Today’s […]

So. This sucks.  The current state of the world and everything surrounding COVID-19 is really getting to my mental health. It is hard to get out of bed knowing that every single day people are dying. It is hard to focus on school work (or anything) knowing that your next trip to Walmart could be […]

So. This sucks.    The number one thing I have been told over and over again during this time of despair and distractions is self care. For many students, traditionally self care has meant hanging out with friends, going to the movies, doing a face mask, or getting your nails done. It seems like no […]

So. This sucks.  I have gone back and forth how to write this. This could have some kind of positive spin or it could be my most intimate feelings of utter hopelessness. I’m still unsure how it will turn out but here is what’s going on in my head today in Salina, Kansas.   I […]

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 […]



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