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What can be the change???

You guys ever hear the saying that history repeats itself.  Well for over the years it has happened over and over again. This incident in particular happened again and made the world even more aware and angry with law enforcement and the officers that brutally killed George Floyd. The murder of George Floyd brought a […]

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Speech and Debate Shakeup, a New Face on the Team

When people think of the debate and forensics team here at Kansas Wesleyan, many might not actually know that much about it. For those that don’t, the program is the most successful competitive event on campus, having won more national titles in its rather short lifetime than anything else here at the university. In fact, […]

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Debate… When You Can’t Leave Campus

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 […]

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Malawian Lands in Kansas

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 […]

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Back to School- An Overview

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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First sport Cancellation

The first cancelation of a sports game due to Covid-19 has happened for the first time for Kansas Wesleyan University.  The men’s soccer team was looking forward for playing their season opener this Saturday September 5th against Tabor college.  This game is now postponed because of some issues off the field. The KCAC was set […]

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Wait I Can’t Go to the Gym? No problem!

So since this whole pandemic started I haven’t been able to go to the gym. For some people that might be a dream come true, but for athletes, whose scholarships depend on their athletic ability and performance it can be a nightmare.  Now you might be thinking “oh but that’s easy, just go for a […]

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5 Creative Everyday Workouts for Quarantine

5 Creative Everyday Workouts for Quarantine By: Spencer Keane   With everything being shut down, including the vast majority of workout locations, gyms, and even parks, it can be a real struggle to figure out a way to get your daily steps in. However it is important to find ways to stay in shape, especially […]

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The Secret Killer of Football Players

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 […]

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Sit down with Coach Sohn

How did you get your start at KWU?   After I graduated from college, I knew I wanted to be a soccer coach. So I started applying for Graduate Assistant Positions. My College Coach knew Coach Cocon and put in a good word for me. I went through the Interview process and got the Job.  […]



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My Funny Family: Or How I Survive Telecommuting

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 […]

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Being an Athlete is Never Easy…

Being an athlete is never easy- it can be fun, rewarding, and fulfilling but never easy. Being a college student is never easy- it can be fun, rewarding, and fulfilling but never easy. So what happens when these two already difficult paths are combined AND you add a pandemic? It sounds like an entire sports […]

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Picking Up an Old Hobby

Being in quarantine has had its struggles, but with those struggles comes new opportunities that I might not have had otherwise. Throughout my life, I have always been drawn to a camera. I think there is something special about capturing a moment in time and being able to share it with others. Over the years, […]

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Why Video Games Might Save Your Social Life

Why Video Games Might Save Your Social Life By: Spencer Keane   Many people play video games, but many don’t realize how vital they may be to maintaining social sanity in this day and age. With the ability to see your friends in person being virtually eliminated with the current COVID-19 outbreak, interactive gaming may […]

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This Sucks- Movie Recommendations

So. This sucks.    I don’t know about all of you but lately, when I’m not stressed or worried about the future I am very bored. Like soul-crushingly bored. This quarantine has left me with a lot of time for introspection and I have been able to go back through my Spotify, Youtube, and all […]




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