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Rising Suicide Rates in Vetrans

Bailey Woodall, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

Veterans battle with their own demons inside their heads while they’re serving and long after they’re done serving. Being in the military is glorified in the United States because Americans have so much respect for the men and women who decide to fight for our country. They see the tear-jerking homecomings...

Art Review – Post Impressionists

Andy Santana, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

In the 1860s Impressionism began to take form, moving away from traditional Classicalism. Classical art mainly focused on perfecting the human figure and realism; however, Impressionism wanted to explore art and break the rules of classicalism. Initially, Impressionism was criticized and not taken seriously....

KWC Attends The Lion King the Musical

Andy Santana, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

The Lion King has always been one of my favorite stories since I was a child. I have always hoped for the chance to get to see it in action on Broadway. This fall semester, Kentucky Wesleyan’s Student Activities Programming Board funded a group of students to see Disney’s The Lion King during the show...

Storm Area 51

Calista Self, Staff Writer

October 23, 2019

What started out as a joke and a widespread internet media meme, became a huge event that influenced businesses in both Nevada and around the United States. The “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us” was an event created on Facebook on June 27, 2019 by Matty Roberts. He publicly announced that...

Finding Success Off the Field

La'Darius Dunn, Staff Writer

October 23, 2019

  Going into the season, every team has their on expectations of the season. Even if it is to grow stronger as a team or to win a certain amount of games. This particular football season was looked at as the development season because the KWC football team has a lot of young athletes that can...

Cell Phones: Necessity or Distraction in School Environment?

Andy Santana, Staff Writer

October 23, 2019

American school systems are facing a new technological threat in the modern age. Cell phones have become detrimental to teachers, students, and the overall school environment. Although, many argue that cell phones are a modern necessity that can be used to enhance the learning experience and keep students...

Accidental Shooting of Botham Jean

Kenzie Tomes, Staff Writer

October 23, 2019

The story of Botham Jean’s murder, by former officer Amber Guyger, stands out among the many cases of police brutality against African Americans in the United States. The reason being, Jean was not your typical victim. For starters, a 26-year-old accountant sitting on his couch one evening, eating...

BSU at KWC

Corey Johnson, Staff Writer

October 20, 2019

Black Student Union (BSU) is a student organization that supports African Americans on campus focusing on an atmosphere that makes them feel welcome and a part of something somewhat like a family. By promoting activities of interest, social, education, and cultural benefits at Kentucky Wesleyan College....

Class, Practice, Work, Repeat

Bailey Woodall, Staff Writer

October 20, 2019

Most people don’t realize what being a college athlete is really like. They see us as students who are getting money to play our sport. That money goes towards the cost of school. It doesn’t go towards everyday living. We can’t swipe our debit card and it come out of our scholarship money. We still...

Campus Parking

Alexa Davis, Staff Writer

October 20, 2019

Lack of parking on a college campus is an issue as old as time, especially at bigger universities. In the past, Kentucky Wesleyan has been able to avoid huge issues with parking due to a low student body and many out of state residents that don’t bring their car. But with the past two classes bringing...

The Competitive World of E-Sports

October 20, 2019

Electronic Sports is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. However, many don't find it to be a legitimate sport. Pressing buttons can't really compare to any physical enduring sport but should that disqualify it from being a respected sport. I don’t believe it should, E-sports hosts many...

Woodstock Turns 50

Calista Self, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

Woodstock celebrated its 50th anniversary in August of this year. In celebration of the festival’s 50th, the organization planned to host another festival, but unfortunately it was cancelled due to scheduling issues. The original 3 days of peace and music festival can be remembered as one of the greates...

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