Campus Ministries Adds Grow Groups

Kenzie Tomes, Staff Writer

September 25, 2018

Since stepping into his position at Kentucky Wesleyan just two short years ago as Director of Campus Ministries, Shawn Tomes works tirelessly to brainstorm ways to create new opportunities for worship and growth in faith that are easily accessible for both students and faculty alike. A few of these opportunities...

Black Panther Smashes Box Office

Jordyn Elzie, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018

On Friday, February 16, 2018, the first set of estimates were available for the new film Disney/Marvel’s Black Panther. Black Panther is well on its way to having a historic weekend with projected earnings at $200 million over a four day period. So far, Ryan Coolger, the director of the film, has ...

Upcoming Events at KWC

Staff Writer

February 14, 2018

Men's and Women's basketball will have their senor night on February 22, 2018 vs. Ohio Valley University. Come on out to the Sportscenter to support your senior Panthers and they continue their drive to the GMAC tournament. Harry Potter week is March 4-8. Events will include a sorting hat night, trivia...

Holiday Events in Owensboro

Mariah Wise, Staff Writer

December 4, 2017

Every year, Owensboro hosts a myriad of events to boost our holiday spirits! While many of you may be flying or driving home for the holidays, there is still time to start a tradition this year before classes are over. Take a break from studying and enjoy what is offered. At the Owensboro Museum of...

Miss Peru Contestants Leave Audience Speechless

Mariah Wise, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017

On Sunday October 29th, during the Miss Peru Pageant, participants turned heads during the competition, and not because of their dresses. Miss Peru 1987, Jessica Newton, organized the events this year leading up to and throughout the pageant. She wanted to use the pageant as a platform to talk about...

Greek Life at KWC

Martavius Carter, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017

Going to college means a variety of things. It can mean starting a new life socially, emotionally, and physically, it can mean independence and freedom from close ones, or it can mean totally something indefinable. One of the aspects of all colleges is the social life and the networking that students...

Basketball Fan Fest 2017

Malek Harris, Staff Writer

October 23, 2017

This past weekend our Kentucky Wesleyan basketball programs (both men’s and women’s teams) hosted our first fan fest event. The event was constructed as an opportunity for our most loyal fans and students to get to know KWC’s basketball teams. It turned out to also be a great event for younger...

Meet Wesleyan’s New Theater Program Director

Elizabeth Nicholson, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017

Professor Nate Gross, MFA, agreed to sit down and chat about his history in theatre, as well as his plans for our program’s future. Be sure to see his first Kentucky Wesleyan production, The Heidi Chronicles,  November 9th-12th, in Hager Hall! This is your first semester at Kentucky Wesleyan. Can yo...

Spooky Movies You Must See this Halloween

Mariah Wise, Staff Writer

October 20, 2017

Alright, we all know what time it is. It’s the BEST time of the year! Halloween is only two weeks away, which means pumpkin spice everything (even though apple cider is popular in Kentucky), sweatshirts, snuggly blankets, and spooky movies! The list below will give you the scoop on some of the current...

What Do You Do When Losing is Your Only Choice?

Malek Harris, Staff Writer

October 3, 2017

Last week I attended a chapel event hosted by De’Vonta Moffitt. De’Vonta talked to me that Monday about attending his event because he felt like the presentation had a theme that I would really embrace and use in my life. Moffitt has become a good friend of mine on campus. His spirit, his past, and...

Football Wins Big Against Livingstone Bears

Fredrick Coleman, Staff Writer

October 3, 2017

The Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers football team played their first home game in Steele Stadium on September 9, 2017. The Panthers also received their first win to improve their record to 1-1 and Livingstone’s record fell to 0-2. The Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers’ offense played impressively recording a...

A Review of Stephen King’s It

Mariah Wise, Staff Writer

October 3, 2017

On September 8, 2017, Stephen King’s It came back to life on the big screen. The novel, originally released in 1986, was re-made for this 2017 adaptation, which differs from the original mini-series produced in 1990. If you don’t know the story of It, you will before this review is over. Originally played b...

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