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The end is near. Finals are quickly approaching. And as we wind down on a particularly interesting school year many students are finally ready to buckle down and prepare for the best/worst of finals week. The other main thing that will be happening over the next few weeks is students slowly packing up their rooms, […]

May 2nd 2020 I wrote an article that could act as a time capsule for the craziness of 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic. I wanted to revisit that article and respond to some of the questions, predictions and facts. All the writing in italics is what I wrote last year, and in normal print will […]

Everyone has a story. Everyone has problems. Everyone has pieces of their life they don’t share.  I was diagnosed with a heart condition called supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) earlier this year after struggling with heart health my entire life. SVT is a heart condition where the patient experiences extreme rapid heart rate at random; in my […]

When it comes to nursing it is a profession within the health care sector that focuses on individuals, families, and communities. Nurses are one of the most trusted groups of professionals in the United States, from the results of the American Nurses Association. The nursing goal is to attain, maintain, or even recover optimal health […]

Even during a pandemic and the coldest winter in decades, ‘the show must go on’! And boy are there many big theatrical plans not only at KWU but at Salina Community Theatre too. Supporting local art and artists is more important now than ever so make sure you check out at least one of these […]

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 […]

The coronavirus has beyond a doubt had a profound effect on American society as a whole. But none more so than on the average college student. My name is Jameson Shaughnessy and I am a telecommuter to Kansas Wesleyan University. No doubt many of you are familiar with my name around campus, so as such […]

Would testing everyone on campus right now solve the coronavirus problem? Quite honestly, I am not sure. I am not a scientist but it certainly does not seem like a bad idea at this point. The school would be able to get ahead of the curve and take care of all current active positive cases […]

Well, this is it. I “graduate” in three days, and I am officially done with my bachelor’s degree. I am in a massive whirlwind of emotions, and that is kind of all i can really say. So since last my post was very negative, I am going to stay positive. The first thank you I […]

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 […]


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