Panogram

How I Found My Faith

De'Vonta Moffitt, Editorial Writer

April 7, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Health & Wellness, News, Opinion, Uncategorized

In my 19 years of life, one thing that is engraved in my heart is the idea that life truly a marathon and not a 100 meter sprint. Growing up I had my fair share of trials. The young adolescent I was  believed that if I trained hard enough, ran hard enough, and smiled big enough, the darkness would subside....

Life of a Student Athlete

Brittany Wells, Managing Editor

March 15, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Health & Wellness, News, Opinion, Sports, Student Life, Uncategorized

Do you ever wonder what goes into being a student athlete? Ever wonder about the amount of time and effort that they put in on a daily basis to be the best they can be as a student and as an athlete? Typically student athletes who are in season spend a minimum of 18 hours and a maximum of 20 hours...

Little School vs. Big School

Brittany Wells, Managing Editor

March 15, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Health & Wellness, News, Opinion, Owensboro, Showcase, Sports, Student Life, Uncategorized

Do you ever sit back and wonder why you chose to go to a small private college instead of going to a college with 10,000 plus students enrolled? I am sure everyone here at Kentucky Wesleyan has gone through the same thought process, but we at Wesleyan get something special here that we would not get...

Women’s Basketball Season Comes to a Close

Brittany Wells, Managing Editor

March 15, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Opinion, Showcase, Sports, Student Life, Uncategorized

Ironically enough, as the March Madness basketball tournament enters, the Kentucky Wesleyans Women’s basketball season exits. It was a hard fought season, but unfortunately the women’s basketball team lost in the second round of the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Tournament to the 2015 defending...

Save Power

Brittany Johnston, Special Guest Writer

March 14, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Media, News, Opinion, Showcase, Student Life, Uncategorized

Every day Americans are spending millions of dollars on electricity that is going to waste. At Kentucky Wesleyan College, a lot of our money is going towards electricity that students and faculty are not even using. For example, the administration building keeps the lights on even when students are not...

Brought Together Through Basketball

Kaitlyn Groce, Features Editor

March 14, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Media, News, Opinion, Sports, Student Life, Uncategorized

On Saturday, March 12th Rogers Hall began filling up with members of the community and some of the student body, all supporting their very own Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers basketball team. The new projector was up and running as students, faculty, and community members found their seats and prepared t...

Save the Date: Electricity Can Wait!

Morgan Montgomery, Special Guest Writer

March 11, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Opinion, Owensboro, Showcase, Student Life, Uncategorized

Every student at Kentucky Wesleyan knows how much of a struggle money can be. This is especially true considering how expensive our amazing private college is. Tuition, housing, meal plans, classes, and textbooks seem to take over our budget pretty, I’d say. However, I don’t think that most students...

Kdub Idol

Katy Holland, Entertainment Reporter

March 11, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Opinion, Showcase, Student Life, Uncategorized

Kdub Idol is Kentucky Wesleyan’s very own American Idol. Competitors sign up for this event, and the rest is up to them on what they want to sing/preform. This year, many people signed up, and it was a three round competition. The final performers were Nate Stemle, Madison Weber and Lucas, Kara Kelley,...

Jabali Afrika event review

Tim Jefferies, Features Reporter

February 26, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Opinion, Student Life, Uncategorized

The Jabali Afrika event was held on the KWC campus in Hocker Dinning Hall on the evening of February 22, 2016. This performance was a cultural display of drums, February 22, 2016 on the KWC campus at Hocker Dining Hall. This performance was a cultural display of drums, bongos, guitar and even African ...

Denver Defense vs. Carolina Panthers

Kaitlyn Groce, Features Editor

February 19, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Opinion, Student Life, Uncategorized

On Super Bowl Sunday 2016, a number of students gathered in Roger’s Hall to watch the Denver Broncos take on the Carolina Panthers and enjoy some good food at the same time. Walking in, the smell of buffalo chicken wings immediately overtook the senses and invited students further into the room. The...

Spring Break Plans

Nathen Jones, Features Reporter

February 19, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Opinion

With Spring Break approaching, every student is trying to get every test and homework finished before the necessary break. Most students have ideas of how they will spend the break, with some going back home, some hitting the beach and have some time in the sun, and some staying in Owensboro to work...

Go Greek This Semester

Nathen Jones, Features Reporter

January 29, 2016


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Opinion, Student Life, Uncategorized

When coming to Kentucky Wesleyan College, you have a new start and an opportunity to find yourself in which your identity can come to life and provide you with different options to explore and test. For many people coming to college, it's about coming for school, focusing on grades, and getting a nice...

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