Panogram

Thanksgiving Editorial: Family Is Essential to Survival

Mike Hellmueller, Managing Editor

November 11, 2014


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

As the holiday season and finals week loom over the heads of us all, let us not forget the most important thing in our lives, family. Family is what will save us all from lunacy and keep us from falling into the pit of self-loathing during this most stressful time of the year. These are the people...

KWC to Host Award Winning Poet

Panogram Staff

November 11, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News

On November 20, Kentucky Wesleyan College will host a poetry reading by Angie Estes. Estes has enjoyed a long and impressive creative career. Her first book, The Uses of Passion, won the Peregrine Smith Poetry Prize in 1995. Her second book, Voice-Over, was published in 2002 and won the 2001 Alice F...

Panther Football Finishes Winning Season

Summer Alford, Sports Reporter

November 10, 2014


Filed under News, Sports

Coming into the 2014 season, Coach Holsclaw was looking to change things around. At the beginning of the summer, he developed a theme that would stick with the players – “Operation Turnaround.” This turnaround started with a change in the coaching staff and spread to the incoming class of recruits...

Black Student Union to Celebrate Alumni Weekend

Brian Thomas, Features Reporter and Sports Editor

October 29, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Student Life

  The Black Student Union of Kentucky Wesleyan College, also known as the B.S.U., is inviting all to come out and support our alumni during alumni weekend. It is taking place right here at Kentucky Wesleyan University the weekend of October 31st. We plan to have 3 days full of fun, food and m...

What Employers Want: Things You Must Learn for a Successful Career

Linda Albrecht, Features Editor

October 29, 2014


Filed under News, Opinion, Student Life

On October 22, Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), the business and leadership organization on campus hosted Helen Mountjoy who talked to 68 students about what the main “soft skills” employers are looking for. Helen Mountjoy, an Owensboro resident, has previously served as secretary of the Kentucky Education...

Panogram Asks: The Panther

October 29, 2014


Filed under News, Opinion, Uncategorized

Just a few weeks ago, the senior gift from the class of 2014 was set. Now a statue of a black panther on the prowl stands in front of the Winchester Center.   The Panogram asked a few students their opinion of the Panther. Here are some of their responses:   “I love it! It's my fav...

Keeley’s Victory Highlights Panthers at Fast Cats Classic

Sam Porter, Sports Reporter

October 29, 2014


Filed under News, Sports

Before October 11th, Kentucky Wesleyan never produced an invitational individual winner. Rachel Keeley, a freshman, changed that when the Panthers hosted the Fast Cats Classic. Keeley led the Lady Panthers with a first place finish, finishing with a 5K time of 19:41, just edging out Campbellsville’s...

#thewesleyanway

Simeon Pogue, News Editor

October 12, 2014


Filed under News, Student Life

On Sept 23, KWC's newly named President, Bart Darrell, called a family meeting in the HRC. President Darrell began his speech by referring to our future and we are headed.   Darrell first began with a slideshow that featured many KWC faculty, staff, and students.   First Darrell...

Sarah Begley Sendoff

Jack Kiely, News Reporter

October 12, 2014


Filed under News, Student Life

The school year always has its ups and downs; some are expected, and some come as a complete surprise. Sarah Begley, the Assistant Dean of Student Life, left the school for a position at Western Kentucky University. She returned to Kentucky Wesleyan after previously leaving the Admissions Office. While...

Sophomores React to Sophomore Experience Program

Linda Albrect, Features Editor

October 12, 2014


Filed under News, Opinion, Student Life

In the last issue, the Panogram explored what the new Sophomore Experience at Kentucky Wesleyan College was and why it was implemented. In this issue, we looked to see what the a few sophomores think about the new program. Sophomore Alyssa Thomas’ experience has been positive. “My journey through...

Wesleyan Students See Business Concepts Applied in Toyota Manufacturing Plant

Linda Albrecht, Features Editor

October 12, 2014


Filed under News

It isn’t every day that a college student goes on a field trip, but students in business classes, including Supply Chain Management, Business Strategy and Policy, Consumer Behavior, and International Business, spent the morning of October 2 on such a trip. Dr. Leslie Korb and Professor Marianne Hanley...

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