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It’s October and by now over bearing couples are posting pictures of pumpkins being carved. Pumpkin spice might as well added to the periodic table from October 1st to December 31st. But the one great thing about the fall is the sports. NFL and college football are in full swing. Playoff baseball is one of […]

Every year when Homecoming rolls around, a group of alumni are selected and recognized for the work that they have done after they graduate Kansas Wesleyan. This year there are five recipients being recognized for various awards. These awards recognize outstanding achievement by KWU alumni and help motivate current students and alumni to be the […]

Dr. David Silverman is known on campus for being a professor in the communications department, but little do people know that he is the Chairman of the Salina Heritage Commission. Recently, he was involved in the unveiling of a new marker to help ensure the contributions of one of its citizens is never forgotten. August […]

Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls,  put on your best Friday night clothes… Pull out the popcorn and the cameras. Homecoming is here again.  Homecoming has been part of the American culture for many decades . There is no homecoming without the king and queen, Friday night football or homecoming pictures. Here at Kansas Wesleyan […]

  When you drive down Santa Fe Avenue and the other surrounding areas of campus, you will notice a number of local businesses that have been popping up over the last few years. From the very popular Taqueria Fresnillo on the corner of Cloud and Ninth Street to Salina Overstock on Santa Fe, unique and […]

September is now upon us, and that means the countdown to winter break has officially started. One of the biggest differences students can experience from high school to college is that the system waits for no one. Once we are into the curriculum, it’s a complete overload on material from a bunch of different classes. […]

The Big Business of Higher Education Most of the time when people see the word “Economy” in the newspaper, they skip to the next page. Well, that’s how my generation is anyway. But what if I told you… yes YOU, that the economy could be a lot more interesting than you think. I had a […]



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