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KWU Debate Raises the bar in Oklahoma

The Kansas Wesleyan Debate & Forensics team traveled to Southeast Oklahoma State University in Durant, Okla. for a tournament on October 23, 24, and 25. The tournament consisted of competition from Texas Christian University, Terrance County Community College, Johnson County Community College, Missouri State University, and Kansas Wesleyan University. Kansas Wesleyan took 1st place in both the Combined ...

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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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Coyotes try their hand at Casino Night

On Monday, September 28, Kansas Wesleyan held its very own Student and Alumni Casino Night. With games like Roulette, Black Jack, Poker, and Craps, this event kicked off Homecoming week for KWU. Many Coyotes attended and enjoyed Casino Night, along with faculty and staff who were dealers at different tables.  "[it's a] good thing we weren’t gambling with anything of real value, because I found out real quic ...

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We are Home

On Saturday October 3rd, the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes were given a home with the opening of the Graves Family Sports Complex. The KWU Football team defeated McPherson on the newly opened $7.5 million dollar project. The stadium was made possible through donations, leading to the official ground-breaking of the stadium in June. As the process for the stadium proceeded one step at a time, students began to gro ...

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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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Alumni return to Kansas Wesleyan University

Homecoming is a week that is anticipated by many. Not only do students and faculty look forward to the fun activities, but so do Kansas Wesleyan Alumni. Many alumni come from near and far to return back to Salina and the KWU campus to join in on a week’s worth of events, some of which are even geared specifically towards them. Director of Alumni Relations, Jennifer Rein, said, “Homecoming was very well atte ...

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Coyote Debaters take the lead.

The Coyote Debate and Forensics Team placed second in Overall Combined Sweepstakes in their first tournament at Hutchinson Community College. The Tournament hosted around 20 colleges and universities total. The tournament known as “Debates On A Plain,"  was the venue for the KWU Debate and Forensics team to compete against, and overtake, University of Nebraska Omaha and Lincoln, and the University of Centra ...

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