Streaming radio from the campus of Kansas Wesleyan University, KKWU is the

student-programmed voice ofKWU Communications majors,

as well as students from other disciplines.

Featuring news, talk, sports and music,our eclectic range of programming

is certain to offer something of interest to almost anyone.

Check out our program schedule, and keep tabs on our off-campus offerings, such as

the Old Vinyl Night Preview Show and our annual Halloween Radio Drama,

performed live every All Hallow’s Eve!


This Sucks- Music 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, podcasts, and […]


I Have a Secret

I feel like I have not been completely honest with everyone up until this point, but everyday I am starting to feel more and more comfortable- more ready to share my truth. There is no easy way to put this so I will just say it straight: I, Abby Wray, am a Blink -182 fan. […]


Kinoko Rises from the Ashes

Hello! This weeks episode of Kinoko (yes, there is one!) will depart from its traditional schedule, as I was on J and Z last week, but our show couldn’t be broadcast due to server error. We talked about relationships and heartbreak and it’s some pretty heavy stuff, so I feel like it needs to be […]


One More Week and We’re Back!

Fall Break has finally come to an end, sadly; yet, that means Shingi and I should be back live for I Got Next! However, this week, the KWU Women’s Basketball team is on the road traveling to my home state of Nebraska for games both Thursday and Friday. That being said, this week’s show will […]


Kinoko 2.0 Week 5

Hello! This week’s Kinoko will forego the talk show, as things have changed, and loop back around to soundtracks. Sorry if you were anticipating the talk segment, but the show must go on. Be sure to listen for some of the best soundtrack selections you’ll ever hear, and be sure to keep tuning back in […]

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