By Merissa Bailey Rios/Staff Writer  For the third year the Kansas Wesleyan String Orchestra hosted Salina Strings Day. This event brings together the KWU, Salina South High school, and Salina Central High school orchestras. Joining together the orchestras for a concert at the Kansas Highway Patrol auditorium on the former Marymount College campus. Bringing Salina […]

By Lily Roberts / Staff Writer Kansas Wesleyan hosted their annual Winterpalooza event on December 7. It was a packed event, with many students and faculty in attendance, participating in different events and activities such as Santa hat and stocking decorating, a snow globe photo booth and many more. The participants could also enjoy warm […]

By Aubreigh Heck / Editor-In-Chief It was my sophomore year of high school that my hometown, Las Vegas, Nevada, suffered from the largest mass shooting in American history.  October 1. 58 dead. Over 600 injured.  I had never seen my city come full stop like that before. Las Vegas Blvd was empty, the hotels were […]

Elijah Resano / Staff Writer The month of October is celebrated as Filipino American History Month nationwide in the United States, celebrating the achievements, culture and contributions of Filipinos and Filipino Americans to American history. In a census in 2019, 4.2 million Filipinos, or Americans with Filipino descent, were reported to be living in the […]

By Ryah Klima / Photography Editor September 11, 2001, is a date that many Americans will never forget. On that day, 2,996 people lost their lives in a devastating attack on the United States. Thousands more were injured. Only twenty survivors were pulled from the rubble. Twenty-two years later, Americans still make a conscious effort […]

Coach Biegert has Coyotes back on track heading into meat of KCAC schedule. Head Coach Jessica Biegert and the Kansas Wesleyan University volleyball team seems to have picked up right where they left off a season ago, starting 5-0 in conference play and riding a 10 game win streak despite their tough start to the […]

By Gage Thompson / Opinion Editor As American citizens, it’s important to know that the First Amendment is important to the United States people and entails that it protects freedom of speech, the press, assembly and the right to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. With this, I feel like the great state of […]

By Lily Roberts / Staff Writer Kansas Wesleyan University experienced their first football home game on Saturday, August 26, and it was a hot one. The, “hottest summer on record,” (Falk, 2023) was felt by all at the 10 in the morning game, with audience members feeling dizzy and sick with the metal bleachers roasting […]

By Beau Grant / Co-Sports Editor The Kansas Wesleyan University men’s golf team competed in the Southern Christian University (SCU) invitational golf tournament this past week, and took home first place. This is the team’s second tournament of the year as they kicked off the season on August 28 at the UC Ferguson Classic. Aberdeen, SD, senior […]

By Elijah Resano / Staff Writer There was once a time where I found myself in a tropical island in the mysterious region of southeast Asia, in the great archipelago that is the Philippines. During that time, I didn’t dare to think that I would end up in some Kansas micropolis that I’d never heard […]

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