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What is the game that has been sweeping across college dorm rooms and game rooms around the world. Majority of college is trying to fill your free time. I myself enjoy playing video games.Right now there is one particular game that has people going absolute crazy over it."Fortnite" is a third person shooter game that has attracted over 45 million users worldwide. It's basic concepts and designs make it frie ...

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Speak Out Spread Love – an Interview with Founder Erin Jefferys

On this week's edition of the KKWU Newsdesk, you can catch my interview segment with Erin Jefferys, founder of the Non-Profit Organization "Speak Out Spread Love." Speak Out Spread Love aims to eliminate bigotry and community divisions, and recently hosted a chili feed at Ad Astra to call attention to Salina's homeless population. For more like this, be sure to subscribe to the KKWU YouTube channel! ...

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Kinoko – East Asian Culture and Video Game Variety Show

Tune in to Kinoko on KKWU Tuesdays from 3-4 p.m., where I, Stephen Loader, will give you the opportunity to be exposed to some cool stuff from East Asia. Whether it be anime, manga, Korean music, Japanese music, or video games, I hope to provide you with something that even someone with no previous exposure can appreciate. Occasionally, I will be co-casting with my girlfriend from Toronto, ON, who knows way ...

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1SE Review

NewsDesk reporter Ben Hadden takes a look at an app that's growing in popularity, but may actually take a while to grow on you. 1SE takes a one-second snapshot of your life once a day, and then merges all of them together to give you a complete movie review of the last year of your life. Click the video to learn more. ...

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Kevin Willmott

Noted filmmaker, director and actor Kevin Willmott spoke to a group of K-Dub students about his experience in the industry and about the major influences that impacted his work. Willmott, a Professor of Film at the University of Kansas, attended Salina’s Marymount college as an undergrad. He then went on to successfully produce films such as “Confederate States of America”, “Destination: Planet Negro”, as w ...

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Rachel Holder Profile

This week’s K-Dub student profile turns toward the stage. Joey Moreno put together a look at another of our performing Coyotes, Vocal Performance Major Rachel Holder. ...

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She Said Yes!

They say your time spent at college will be a life-changing experience. It certainly proved to be just that for at least three Coyotes over the weekend, right here on the K-Dub campus. Coyote Alum, Sean Grove was in Salina, helping to judge at the annual Coyote “Border Wars” debate and forensics tournament. He’d brought along his girlfriend for the trip, and unbeknownst to her, planned to ask her a very spe ...

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February Skywatch

In our first episode of this semester, we mentioned the Skywatch astronomy programs that happen monthly on campus. We visited with Dr. Dorothy Hannah, who teaches Chemistry, and also serves as the President of the Salina Astronomy Club - which sponsors the Skywatch meetings. She tells NewsDesk there are several more programs planned for this semester. The next Skywatch program is coming up on February 23rd, ...

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Student Development Office

Getting help on campus can be a problem at larger schools, but here at K-Dub, the office of Student Development has a number of programs targeted at making sure the student experience is a positive one. Pete Martinez works in the office and tells NewsDesk that Student Development has something to offer practically every student on campus. ...

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