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Asiria Ramirez
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Current Grade: Junior Majors: Communications & Graphic Design Hometown: La Habra, CA Sports: Cross Country & Track Activities: Art Club President, Resident Assistant, Cross Country Captain, Interviewer on Newsdesk Dream Job: Graphic Designer and PR for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

Number of Entries : 12

Same people, simply different thoughts

Every morning we start the day off not wanting to get out of bed, eventually we make it through our routines and end at our destinations. By this time we have already come up with thousands of positive thoughts and ideas. On the other hand some don’t have it so lucky; they also go through the same routines and often make it to the same places we are headed. The only difference is they are depressed and have ...

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Face to face: Lewis Black Interview

On Friday, November 6th I was granted the opportunity to interview famous comedian and voice actor Lewis Black. This being my first famous interview I found it almost impossible to not have a ball of nerves sitting in the pit of my stomach. Despite the wave of emotions I was feeling Mr. Black made it quite simple to talk too. He approached Dr. Silverman and me with a smile and introduction, even though it w ...

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Trunk Or Treat fun for all in the fall

On Saturday Oct. 31, KWU held its annual Trunk or Treat. 15 tables were set up in the pavilion of the New Graves Family Sport Complex. The event took place an hour before the game. Children in costume were able to visit each table, talk to students, and trick or treat for candy and small toys. Once the candy was given out, families and their little ghouls and goblins were able to do a parade around the new ...

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It’s time to get motivated

With five weeks left in the semester, students are finding it hard to stay motivated and determined. Fall break served as a good but short break for all, yet it seems as though it left the Coyotes in a slump. Here are a few tips to get you out of the slump, and ready to tackle the end of the semester with a bang. First, set small goals for yourself; often students look at the big picture and become overwhel ...

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Coyotes try their hand at Casino Night

On Monday, September 28, Kansas Wesleyan held its very own Student and Alumni Casino Night. With games like Roulette, Black Jack, Poker, and Craps, this event kicked off Homecoming week for KWU. Many Coyotes attended and enjoyed Casino Night, along with faculty and staff who were dealers at different tables.  "[it's a] good thing we weren’t gambling with anything of real value, because I found out real quic ...

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We are Home

On Saturday October 3rd, the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes were given a home with the opening of the Graves Family Sports Complex. The KWU Football team defeated McPherson on the newly opened $7.5 million dollar project. The stadium was made possible through donations, leading to the official ground-breaking of the stadium in June. As the process for the stadium proceeded one step at a time, students began to gro ...

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Art: It’s important too

Often in today's society you get the question "what are you majoring in?" , and usually you get praised for choosing a topic like English, Math, Science or anything in between. But have you seen or heard the remarks one receive if you mention you want to pursue a career in Arts? Pursuing a degree in arts is a very time consuming endeavor, as a student must spend at least 3 hours of studio time per hour they ...

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KWU Music celebrates double reeds.

Last Saturday, Kansas Wesleyan University hosted Double Reed and Flute Day in Pioneer hall at 8:30 A.M. The classes included: a clinic on all-state audition music for high school flutes, oboes and bassoons, a masterclass with guest artists for selected flutes, oboes, and bassoons, and even a special guest concert at the end of the day. The concert featured Annie Gnojek on the flute, Margaret Marco on the ob ...

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The digital Playing field: E-sports comes to campus

eSports Kansas Wesleyan University junior Layne Shirley wants to build a KWU eSports Team. He started to make this dream a reality when he found out that Southwestern University offers some of their student’s $5000 scholarships to play video games on a team. Shirley met with Dr. Kraemer and Mark Bandre in admissions, and sold the idea so well that they immediately sent him to speak with President Thompson. ...

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VMAs “What’s Good?”

In order to be up to date with your favorite celebrities, it is optimal to watch any award show they use as a platform to make a statement. While enjoying the most recent airing of the MTV Video Music Awards, I couldn’t help but notice the amount of useless comments and banter that occur. I wanted to enjoy the dresses, hairstyles, and music, yet I got nothing but unnecessary feuds between female celebrities ...

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