The Daniel Pitino Shelter

Katy Holland, Features Writer

April 13, 2016

The Daniel Pitino Shelter is a landmark in Owensboro, Kentucky because it welcomes anyone severely struggling to meet ends and has lost everything he/she owned. This three-story shelter shelter offers a place to sleep and eat there for no cost. This shelter was started 1994 by Rick Pitino and Father...

How We Celebrated Easter

Brittany Wells, Managing Editor

April 11, 2016

What do you think of when you hear the word Easter? Easter is one of the most important holidays there is in the Christian community. Christians celebrate Easter because it was Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the dead. As many of you know Kentucky Wesleyan College is affiliated with the United Methodist...

Panther Pathway

Brittany Wells, Managing Editor

April 11, 2016

The college selection process is often stressful for high school students.  Luckily, all of us found a home here at Kentucky Wesleyan.  On April 15 and 16, high school students who have been accepted to Wesleyan will spend the weekend on campus for the newly named “Panther Pathway” event.  Formerly...

No Longer a Transfer Student

Kaitlyn Groce, Features Editor

April 9, 2016

It is hard to believe that next year I will no longer be considered a transfer student, but a returning Kentucky Wesleyan student. Deciding to transfer was a hard but easy decision. I knew that I wanted to continue my volleyball career, and here at KWC I was provided the opportunity to do so. On such...

How I Found My Faith

De'Vonta Moffitt, Editorial Writer

April 7, 2016

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....

Stress of the Last Stretch

Brittany Wells, Managing Editor

March 15, 2016

  Here we are in the last stretch of the last semester in our senior year. Everyone is on pins and needles, checking and double checking their graduation requirements, mid-term grades, cap and gown orders, and much more. We have those little voices in our heads scrambling abut this and that,...

Life of a Student Athlete

Brittany Wells, Managing Editor

March 15, 2016

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

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

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...

Trump: An Editorial

Morgan Herzog, Features Reporter

March 15, 2016

Would you vote for someone to be President if he had no political experience? Or someone who refuses to publically disavow white supremacy groups? This man supports violence and looks down upon other races. He is a joke and needs to stick with being a television host. Donald Trump will not make “America...

Spring Blood Drive

Dean Kramer, Guest Post

March 15, 2016

As part of our Greek Week activities, we will be hosting our annual spring blood drive tomorrow, Tuesday, March 15, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, in Rogers Hall. Greek members will be participating, but we urge other members of our campus community to participate. Help save a life!

Save Power

Brittany Johnston, Special Guest Writer

March 14, 2016

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...

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