Panogram

Music: Food for the Soul?

Jeremy Henderson, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

Everybody has their favorite musical genre, artist, and song. Well, music is deeper than that. Some people love, live music and recordings of such. Music is very unique in that it can unite and separate people in the same breath. Moreover, music has numerous sub-genres and speaks its own special language....

Quarantine Workout Routine

Calista Self, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

With the gym being closes due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many people are seeking a way to physically work their bodies from home. To avoid gaining excess weight, some people have taken to YouTube, exercise apps, or other online sources to find at home workouts. Although switching to only at home-work...

Sports Talk with Jeremy

Jeremy Henderson, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

It is time to talk sports and getting that thoughtful feedback. I know you hate watching sports on television, and you would rather go to the actual game after painting your face with flamboyant colors. The colors have to match the t-shirts on sale in the entrance. With baseball and softball, you are...

Neanderthal Findings Bring New Information

Calista Self, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

For this Panogram article, I will be discussing an interesting topic regarding a top trending story in the world of science. Neanderthals are an extinct species, or a subspecies of archaic humans and they belong to the Homo sapiens neanderthalensis grouping. They lived in Eurasia until roughly 40,000 y...

Help is Out There

Jeremy Henderson, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

People never think to ask for help with small setbacks and gigantic issues in life. You cannot do everything yourself all the time. Sometimes, you have to ask for help. You cannot buy a skateboard on Amazon without someone on the other end to mail it to you. You cannot videotape a marathon without somebody...

“Forgotten” Female Pioneers

Calista Self, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

I will be discussing and providing examples of women in history who were not credited for their findings. Instead, men choose to steal and publish the ideas as if they were their own. So, sit down and be properly educated. Throughout history, relatively all of human discovery has been credited to...

Importance of Friendship

Jeremy Henderson, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

Building relationships is an important part of life. There are different categories we put people into in our life. We tend to exclude troublemakers, abusers, and hateful people. Productively, we have family, best friends, regular friends, and acquaintances. Family is easy to define as you are born with...

One Direction 10-Year Reunion

Calista Self, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

News broke on April 9th, 2020 that former boy band, One Direction, is in the process of creating a 10-year anniversary project. Liam Payne, a former member, has confirmed that he and the other bandmates have been in contact to discuss plans to mark this millstone. The unnamed project would be set for...

Reality Check

Jeremy Henderson, Staff Writer

April 20, 2020

Welcome to real life. When college ended you quickly found a promising job that you wanted to make a career. Nevertheless, everything seemed to fall through unexpectedly. The boss was not very productive and supportive. Your coworkers left you high and dry when faced with adversity. Your apartment had...

Childish Ways

Jeremy Henderson, Staff Writer

April 20, 2020

Can you really apply your childhood to your adult life? When you were a tiny tot, you probably poked sticks at fire ants and squeezed the juice out of worms. You did kid stuff like making bike ramps and playing in water sprinklers. What you learned from all that kid stuff is applicable today hopefully....

The Kayak Project

Calista Self, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

A Kentucky Wesleyan College student, Ethan Dossett, has created a project in attempt to clean up Kentucky waterways and reduce everyday litter. He created this project, known as The Kayak Project in 2018. Ethan launched his project on Twitter and currently has roughly 40 followers. The Twitter account...

KWC Science Department

Jeremy Henderson, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

    After attending class after class in the big brick science building, I realized that there’s no shame in smelling like the chemistry lab on the second floor. It is crowded in there with glass tubes, chemicals, safety glasses, aprons, and drawers full of groundbreaking SCIENCE! Sure, there are...

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