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Coyotes Host a “Night to Shine”

On Friday, February 9, some Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes worked hard to help make Valentine’s Day happen early for a very special group of people. “A Night to Shine” was a prom held for local students with developmental disabilities. It’s sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation and spearheaded by the United Methodist Church of the Cross. KWU President Matt Thompson and Brian Minnich, Chair of the Sports and Exerci ...

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Speak Out, Spread Love, Eat Chili

Everyone knows two things for certain. Valentine's Day can be a bummer for some people, but chili is always delicious. KWU student Erin Jeffreys is the driving force behind the non-profit "Speak Out, Spread Love" group in Salina. She and other volunteers held a free chili feed at Ad Astra Books and Coffee in downtown Salina in an effort to raise awareness of Salina's homeless and disadvantaged population. N ...

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KWU Student Profile – Kat Davis

Millenials often get a bad rap in today’s culture. They’re labelled as “lazy” and “not willing to work hard”. NewsDesk has a different angle on that particular generation, and so in the weeks to come, we’ll be featuring a look a different K-Dub students who shatter the illusion that millennial only care about drinking expensive coffee and eating avocado toast. We start out with Senior Kat Davis, a Communica ...

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Winter Weather Reactions

The frigid weather that greeted our returning students at the beginning of the semester was a shock for some Coyotes who come from much warmer dens back home. Single-digit temperatures and a mix of ice and snow on the ground for the first several days of classes left more than a few returning students a bit non-plussed about the weather. ...

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Faculty Profile Lori Wright

She’s finishing up an exhibit of her work in the K-Dub gallery but that doesn’t mean that art professor Lori Wright will be taking it easy any time soon. NewsDesk caught up with the chair of the art department to learn a little more about what inspired her to start her career. She told us that basically, she wanted to teach after taking her very first photography class as an undergrad. ...

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Student Success Center

For those students looking to polish a presentation, get some feedback on a draft of a term paper, or just looking for some general help dealing with a challenging assignment, the Albert Nelson Student Success Center is the place to be. Bryan McCullar is the Interim Director of the Center, located on the first floor of Memorial Library. He tells NewsDesk they offer a wide range of academic services to any K ...

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