Have you finally gotten tired of sitting in your room all day? Feeling lonely from a lack of human interaction? Don’t worry. September may have been a bust but October is sure to rile you up. From unsolved crime to LGBTQ+ Pride, these KWC events are sure to get your blood pumping through those cold, dead veins.
We all know what October is most known: spooks and scares. So Kentucky Wesleyan’s official radio station, WKWC Radio, is bringing the fear with a new corner dedicated to local legends and unsolved mysteries around Kentucky and Louisiana. Hosted by your resident sophomore students, Makaelah Giles and Aubrey Rivera, tune in from 7 to 9 PM every Friday through the month of October for your weekly dose of spine-chilling stories. Have a story you’d like to share from Kentucky, Louisiana, or even from campus? Direct Message them on their Instagram or Facebook page (kwcpantherradio). You might just hear your story on the air!
But don’t forget, October may be the month of scares and spooks but it’s also national LGBTQ+ History month. Prism (KWC’s LGBTQ+ student organization) and Alpha Psi Omega are partnering to bring you Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity week. The week of October 4th through the 10th celebrate Pride in yourself and others with six days of activities and events. Check out the calendar below to keep track of events so you don’t miss out!
Showing of Love, Simon: popcorn and a movie in the Activity Hall at 10 PM. First come, first serve, as there is limited seating.
Make your own tie dye Pride shirts in the Rotunda from 11-1.
Pie for Pride from 11-1 in of Winchester: pie Prism and Alpha Psi Omega members for $1 a pie to raise money for The Trevor Project.
Coming Out All Over: speakers from all around tell their coming out stories.
Pride Shirt Day: wear your tie dyed or any other Pride shirt and take a group picture at Minerva at 12:15.
Memorial Vigil for Matthew Shepard and all victims of LGBTQ+ Hate Crimes: 5 PM in from of Admin Building.
Pride March for Fairness Ordinance in Owensboro at 1 PM: march from KWC’s campus to the Owensboro courthouse to show support for the Fairness Ordinance to be passed in Owensboro.
Whether you stay in for spooks or come out for Pride, October is sure to be filled with plenty of excitement. With so much to do you’ll surely be cleaning the cobwebs from your coats (or leaving them for decorative purposes).