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Christian athletes give back

FCA is starting back up is the acronym stands for Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The purpose of the club is to bring people to Christ through sports. The club began its activities on Saturday night with a game of “Simon Says." Afterwards, they had snacks and treats for everyone that attended. Freshman Soccer player Kirsten Anderson said, “I really enjoyed the brownies and Cheesecake Coffeecake that was s ...

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Pope Francis visits the United States

Pope Francis announced on Thursday that America needs to accept the millions of undocumented immigrants and join a global campaign against the multilateral issues that society faces. According to CNN there are over 11 million undocumented immigrates in the U.S. While some lawmakers have accepted the immigrants from Syria, they have not accepted immigrants from elsewhere. Francis called for their care, expre ...

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Kdub Students celebrate their rights

    September 17, 2015 was one of those days that might’ve gone unnoticed by the public. This year it was a Thursday, the sun was shining and it was a beautiful day but it would've come and gone if not for some dedicated people in the history department here at Kansas Wesleyan. If you heard by way of mouth or saw one of the posters hanging up around campus, you’d know that September 17 was Constit ...

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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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“Issues & Advocacy” debuts

Over 25 College students from the Kansas Wesleyan University stepped away from their personal time last Wednesday, September 15, to take part in a groundbreaking new event. Creating an open audience debate called Issues and Advocacy, the debate squad at Kansas Wesleyan sought to provide insight of the activity to the students of KWU. The debate was over Quantitative Easing, a wildly unknown economic policy. ...

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This Kat has Claws: Kansas can do better then Brownback

Over the last few years, Kansas has begun to lag behind the rest of the country in economics, and has continued to hurt their own public school system. While many people in Kansas have pushed Governor Sam Brownback to fix the problem, the governor refuses to listen. This summer, Governor Brownback went on to cut even more of the Kansas budget, including schools, and when the news broke, the Kansas governor ...

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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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$1.5 million upgrade to campus Wi-Fi almost done.

Last semester, Sunflower Bank and Nex-Tech donated 1.5 million dollars to Kansas Wesleyan for a campus-wide technology infrastructure update. KWU’s Information Systems (I.S.) staff went to work quickly with Nex-Tech over the summer to help upgrade the Internet and Wi-Fi, which is set to be completed by December 31, 2015. “It’s a 14-18 month project that we are trying to complete in 6-8 months without shutti ...

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