The Advance

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It’s no secret that when classes are in session on the KWU campus, the multicultural population of the entire City of Salina increases in a measurable way. But for a great many people the true richness of that contribution to our community goes largely unrecognized. In order to address that shortcoming, KWU Communications Major Tyler “King” […]

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 […]

When it came to thinking about what question I could ask a senior at KWU it got me thinking what’s the most important thing to a senior KWU besides academics. That’s when it hit me, I could ask a senior who plays sports “what does it mean to be a senior to play their last […]

  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 […]

Covid-19 has affected many people all around the world. Covid-19 has taken people’s jobs, education and even the way they live. For example, they stay in their house to avoid catching the virus and probably get their groceries delivered to them. So they do not have to be around people in the grocery store. Even […]

A sour taste remained in Tabetha Deines’ (JR/Salina, Kansas) mouth as she returned back to campus from the NAIA Women’s Indoor Track and Field National Championships last March. Her mindset switched to getting her redemption as outdoor season was approaching, but the universe had other plans in mind as a worldwide pandemic began.  “It was […]

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 […]

Quarantine and the pandemic is now entering the 8th month of taking over American society. One of the most unexpected downfalls of quarantine is entertainment, or the lack thereof. Children, teens, college-age students, young adults, adults, and the elderly are all struggling to find ways to stay afloat and not only safe and healthy, but […]

Think about the last time you dinned in at a restaurant. Was your server friendly? Did your food come out in a timely fashion and prepared correctly? How was your overall experience? Now for the big question: did you tip twenty percent? If you answered yes to all of the questions except for the last […]


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