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Fall Graduation Dinner 2016

It was a happy and cheerful atmosphere as the graduates of the 2016 fall semester walked across the stage in the Student Activities Center on Sunday December 4 to receive their diplomas. The evening started with a live performance from members of the Kansas Wesleyan band and a meal catered by Sysco. Family, friends and guest joined the graduates to celebrate their accomplishment of obtaining a Bachelor Degr ...

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2016: A year to Remember

2016: A Year to Remember Autumn Zimmerman, Editor Throughout 2016, there have been many ups and downs. Events such as the death of Harambe, the spread of Zika virus, North Korea’s nuclear tests, Britain exiting the European Union, and the election of Donald Trump as the next United States president have not only grabbed the attention of the citizens of the United States, but have also called them to action. ...

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“Material Communion” at KWU

[media-credit id=10 align="alignleft" width="169"][/media-credit] The art gallery here on campus is currently hosting Material Communion, an exhibit by Grace Peterson. Peterson is no stranger to Salina. She is the Visual Arts Coordinator for Salina Arts & Humanities. Peterson went to the University of Kansas and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in sculpting along with an applied arts degree fro ...

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Humanitarian work in Honduras by KWU Alumni

[media-credit id=10 align="alignleft" width="367"][/media-credit] Lisa Armstrong, a true humanitarian, spoke in Fitzpatrick auditorium on Monday, November 7 about the work she has been a part of in Honduras. Fellow Man International of Honduras (FMIH) is an organization that brings healthcare and educational programs to villages in Honduras. Armstrong said that she sees her work as a nurse in Honduras as a ...

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The Apple of my eye

[media-credit id=3 align="alignleft" width="225"][/media-credit] Zombies, ghosts, witches, and many more creatures were walking the streets of Salina and every other town and city throughout the United States on the 31st of October. Halloween is a fun time for people of all ages. Young children, high schoolers, college students, young adults, and parents enjoy the festivities surrounding the holiday. With H ...

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Domestic Violence Candlelight Vigil

[media-credit id=31 align="alignleft" width="169"][/media-credit] On October 25 Tuesday Night Alive hosted the Domestic Violence Candlelight Vigil. Lien Hecker, KWU campus advocate for the Domestic Violence Association of Central Kansas “DVACK”, informed all those who attended of what Domestic Violence is and what to look out for. Six silent witnesses were on display, posters of silhouettes that represented ...

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Trunk-or-Treat takes over K-dub

[media-credit id=3 align="aligncenter" width="1024"][/media-credit] [media-credit id=3 align="alignleft" width="225"][/media-credit] Kansas Wesleyan gave back to the community this Halloween with its annual Trunk-or-Treat. The event allows Kansas Wesleyan clubs to set up a Halloween themed table at which Salina kids and families can both interact with the students and pick up candy. The event is held by the ...

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“Sorry, Wrong Number,” Hits the Ad Astra Stage for Annual Radio Drama

[media-credit id=3 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] On October 31, 2016, the Kansas Wesleyan Media Performance Class hosted their annual Halloween Radio Drama. Each year the radio drama is shown both online through the kkwuradio.org radio website and live at Ad Astra, a local coffee shop in downtown Salina. This year’s drama, titled, “Sorry, Wrong Number,” follows the story of a sick wife stuck ...

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Salina Area Youth Professionals host first Mystery Murder Dinner

[media-credit name="Salina Area Youth Professionals " align="alignleft" width="203"][/media-credit] Last Friday, The Salina Area Young Professionals hosted their first ever Mystery Murder Dinner. These dinners are fun activities for all communities, in which the participants dress up in a specific theme, get a character they must act out all night, then work together to find the murderer. The murder is alwa ...

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WE Games

[media-credit id=3 align="aligncenter" width="960"][/media-credit] Group effort and communication were two key factors in trying to get through the games at the Wesleyan Experience Olympics this year. Over one hundred freshmen met in Muir Gym and [media-credit id=3 align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit] Mabee Arena to grow as a class and to build stronger bonds. They were challenged both physically ...

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