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Humanitarian work in Honduras by KWU Alumni

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 way of being a missionary. Some of the key elements that Armstrong ...

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The Apple of my eye

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 Halloween comes the yummy treats that everyone waits to go on sale ...

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Domestic Violence Candlelight Vigil

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 victims and their stories. These were six women who lost their li ...

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Trunk-or-Treat takes over K-dub

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 KWU CAB, a club on campus in charge of creating fun activities for students. This year the CAB has been successful in hosting events ...

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

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 in bed, who overhears a terrifying phone conversation between tw ...

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Salina Area Youth Professionals host first Mystery Murder Dinner

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 always among the crowd and works to get everyone off their back, while usually committing one or more “m ...

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WE Games

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 Mabee Arena to grow as a class and to build stronger bonds. They were challenged both physically and mentally in regard to their capability to complete difficult tasks. There were a total of five stations in Mabee Arena for the fr ...

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Campus Safety

Campus safety has been a vital element when searching for the perfect college to attend. Recruits for sports don’t want to have to worry about things like campus rapes, murders, or abuse cases. Recently there have been a lot of stories of that sort on campuses across the United States. However, here at KWU that isn’t the case. There has not been a major case of violence on campus since Dr. Lonnie Booker arr ...

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Clowns: Just a Joke or Something more?

With the announcement of the remake of Stephen King’s “It” in the near future, many people’s fear of clowns has resurfaced. With the recent sightings of clowns across the United States, many people have become uneasy. Freshman Jordan Waymaster stated,“It is like an instilled feeling, I think that they are creepy.” Senior Kayla St. Laurent stated, “As a child you can’t distinguish between fear and surprise, ...

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Coyotes Celebrate 130 Years

On Friday September, 24th 2016, Kansas Wesleyan students and faculty celebrated the school's 130th birthday with a carnival. The carnival included a petting zoo, several rides, a zip-line, a mechanical bull, a petting zoo and more. Food served at the event varied from delicious to disappointing. The caramel apples were quite sad because all of the caramel melted off of them and the humidity kinda killed the ...

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