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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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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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Fall Break Wesleyan Journey 2015

  Our experience making and sharing music in Costa Rica was incredibly positive for both students and instructors alike. The Costa Rican students reminded us all that music should first and foremost be fun and uplifting. It was incredible to see how music connected us, as well. From teaching our fight song to the Banda Comunal La Fortuna to watching elementary students’ faces light up with recognition ...

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Coyote royalty takes field

During KWU's homecoming festivities this weekend, a new king and queen were declared. During half time at the football game on Saturday, the candidates lined up and were introduced in front of the crowd. The final four up for king were Basketball’s Dylan Hidalgo, Football’s Matt Myers and Jake Curran, and golf’s Tyler Clark. For the girls the finalists were soccer’s Karlee Perez, softball’s Brooke Hawkins, ...

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Football greets new stadium with Homecoming win

The Kansas Wesleyan University football team opened the Graves Family Sports Complex with a homecoming victory continuing their winning streak. The undefeated Coyotes beat McPherson College 48-7 on Oct. 3 for their fifth victory of the season. “It’s a veteran group now, that are focused and eyes on the prize. We are locked in and ready to go.”- Head Coach Matt Drinkall Kansas Wesleyan set the tone of the ga ...

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Digital Den

  Dear Coyotes, Have you seen the Advance Facebook page? Did you know that our digital radio station had one too? How about the twitter pages or websites? Most importantly, did you know that these outlets help you become more active on campus? Over the last few years, Kdub publications have been moving into the digital world. What you might not know about this move is how it benefits you. Being an acti ...

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Welcome Back Coyotes

Homecoming is around the corner, fall sports are off to a quick start, and the school year is under way. Kansas Wesleyan’s campus has been busy all summer and now it is time to appreciate all the hard work that was put in during the proverbial “off season”. New additions to campus are complete: the hammocks by Pfeiffer hall, the picnic tables by Pioneer hall, and the new Graves Family Stadium which is almos ...

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It’s on US

  The month of April not only brings rain, but also Sexual Assault Awareness month. Sexual assault is any act forcing someone to engage in sexual conduct against his or her will, or any non-consensual touching of a person. Statistics show that “It is estimated that the percentage of completed or attempted rape victimization among women in higher educational institutions may be between 20% and 25% over ...

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