The Advance

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Now that KWU has transitioned to online classes for the remainder of the semester, and the school itself has stated that there’s no real need for anyone to actually be on campus if they don’t have to be, it would seem that the story of how the Covid-19 pandemic affects students is transitioning to one […]

The pandemic we are all dealing with has coincided with Lent. I am Catholic and during the Lenten season not only do I dedicate more time to God, I also fast by eating less during the 40 days of lent, and sustain from eating meat on Fridays. In addition to this, I try to gain […]

Wow. I did not think I would ever have to write this, or even think about this. With the recent shut downs of pretty much 90% of the world, I am now stuck back home in Pennsylvania. The last three weeks have been extreme range of emotions for me. I came home for spring break […]

With the new COVID-19 virus, our entire campus of KWU has become vacant. The new virus is horrible and annoying in my opinion. I am a part of the women basketball team  and we worked extremely hard all year to get to one point in the season, the  NAIA National tournament. Our entire trip started […]

In the midst of the current coronavirus nightmare, I’m struggling to keep my sanity in the absence of partying and time with friends. As some of you may know (for whatever reason), I have a LOT of online friends, and they have almost single-handedly come to my rescue. Twice per year or so we all […]

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 […]

Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) with Football Athletes  Dwight Clark, Junior Seau, Aaron Hernandez, Mike Webster, Andre Waters, Daniel Teo’Nesheim, Mosi Tatupu, Terry Long and Jovan Belcher are just a few out of hundreds of men that played in the NFL and have been diagnosed with CTE. CTE stands for chronic traumatic encephalopathy. CTE has been […]

Why should students on campus be excited about the Kansas Wesleyan Art exhibit going on right now? Well the top reason to visit the gallery exhibit is because it’s free. For any student or faculty passing through the gallery on the way to class or work, stop and take a few moments to admire the […]

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 […]

KWU Debate coach Gary Harmon might not at first glance seem like the coach of the most winning activity on the Wesleyan campus.  Rriginally from Anthony, Kansas, he was born and raised on a farm. That background included playing basketball and also breaking and training horses. After high school Mr.Harmon was offered a Preferred Walk […]


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