Panogram

A Freshman Reflects: Expectations vs. Reality of First Semester

Tristan Bidwell, Contributor

October 11, 2015


Filed under News, Opinion

Going to college is a life altering event, and we all possess a number of expectations regarding college. These expectations range from the insanely fast paced lectures to empty pockets we’ve always heard college students possess. I intend to compare how the reality of college life stacks up with the...

Women’s Basketball Prepares for Its Season

Asia Coates, Sports Writer

October 11, 2015


Filed under News, Opinion, Sports, Uncategorized

We on the Kentucky Wesleyan women’s basketball team are our working our tails off to get in tiptop shape before the season. We have one more week left of workouts and conditioning before we start our 20 hours a week for practice. This will extend the time on the floor and enable us to go full force...

Hands Off My Dunkin Donuts

Wilson Buckner, Features Editor

October 11, 2015


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

Earlier this week, the media reported that a Dunkin Donuts franchisee was closing 100 of its locations. With a Dunkin Donuts so close to Wesleyan’s campus, what does this news mean for Owensboro? Growing up in South Carolina, Krispy Kreme is the king of doughnuts and Dunkin Donuts is a “Yankee”...

Wilson’s Weather Forecast

Wilson Buckner, Features Writer

September 14, 2015


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

Just when we have a perfect, late summer, 70 degree day, it’s soon followed by the sizzling of mid-summer. The biggest problem with a hot, sizzling day in Owensboro is that there is an absence of breeze. The hot, humid air just smothers us. The question is, when will it end? Taking my grandmother’s...

Serena Williams and the U.S. Open

Katie Laughlin, Sports Editor

September 14, 2015


Filed under News, Opinion, Sports

Serena Williams is ranked number one in the singles women’s tournament this year. Williams has played in 16 U.S Opens since her career began in 1995. She has won six titles playing singles and two titles playing doubles, all of which came from playing in past U.S. Opens. Williams has earned 69 titles...

A Salute to Seniors

Brian Thomas, Features Editor

May 6, 2015


Filed under News, Opinion, Showcase, Student Life

I talked to multiple seniors to try and see what their plans were for when they graduate and leave college life for good. At first I started off with the question, "How does it feel to finally to be done with school?" Some said it is a big relief and they are so glad that they are finally finished...

Panogram Says Goodbye to Managing Editor

Panogram Staff

May 1, 2015


Filed under News, Opinion, Uncategorized

For two years, the Panogram has grown under the direction of Managing Editor Mike Hellmueller. In this time, he has overseen changes in the newspaper, including an aggressive experiment into online only publication, a change in logo, and a focus on strong, relevant reporting. Mike has tried to expand...

Panogram Asks: Easter Edition

Simeon Pogue, Features Editor

March 31, 2015


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

Spring has sprung and Easter is upon us! This time of year is known for many things, the end of the semester is approaching, the weather is getting warmer, and the search for that last minute Easter outfit is on. But what do students think? Panogram asked students, “What does Easter mean to you?”...

Volunteer Power Outage: What and Why

Jaclyn Parker, Guest Contributor

March 20, 2015


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

Tuesday, March 24! Save the date! On March 24, some of Kentucky Wesleyan’s students will to conduct a school wide black out. That means, we need your help! On average, the school spends around $30,000 dollars on electricity each month. Professor Connelly, who teaches Writing Workshop at KWC, wants...

Voluntary Power Outage

Marque Northington, Guest Contributor

March 20, 2015


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

On March 25 of the year 2015, Professor Connelly’s English classes will be conducting a voluntary power outage. This voluntary power outage is welcome to the whole Kentucky Wesleyan campus. As leaders of this experiment, we would like the whole campus to please join in on the fun. The more people...

Panogram Asks: What Are Your Spring Break Plans?

Simeon Pogue, Features Editor

March 12, 2015


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

It has finally arrived! One of the most infamous weeks in the academic calendar, SPRING BREAK! Every year, students drive home, to the beach, or somewhere in between to get away from campus and have some fun before returning back to school. The Panogram asked some students what their plans were for...

Campus Upgrade Frozen with the Weather

Mike Hellmueller, Managing Editor

March 12, 2015


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

Kendall renovations were well underway when Mother Nature decided to get involved. Owensboro was hit with a historic amount of snow and record low temperatures over the last two weeks and that seemed to put a damper on the facelift campus was receiving. However, when the temperature began to climb...

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