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...

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...

Paws Up for Panther Football

Corey Johnson, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

Saturday September 8, 2019, the Kentucky Wesleyan’s football program opened their 2019-2020 season against Concordia Ann Harbor. Craig Yeast, and his new coaching staff started their new era of KWC football. There was quite a bit change of the atmosphere at Steele Stadium, the Panthers changed their...

Owensboro STANDS Against Child Abuse

Kenzie Tomes, Staff Writer

April 22, 2019

The month of April is dedicated to child abuse awareness. Here in Owensboro, people take initiative to ensure that our community is well-informed and that citizens have the chance to help make a difference. The Community Collaboration for Children Regional Network (CCC) and the Department for Community...

Outsider’s Perspective of Owensboro

Andy Santana, Staff Writer

April 22, 2019

This was my first year at Kentucky Wesleyan College, living in Owensboro, and even my first time ever visiting the state of Kentucky, so I am not yet fully accustomed to it. I’ve lived in Chicago my whole life, so coming to Owensboro was a major change of pace. Daily life, scenery and architecture,...

What in the World are We Doing to Our World?

Kenzie Tomes, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

Travel. The act of making a journey. We all want to see the world, right? Imagine it, sipping an expresso at Café de la Paix, taking in the view from the top of the London Eye, or sailing along the clear blue waters in Naxos. The problem is, we have an estimated twelve years to do so before gradually...

The End is Near: Finish Strong

La'Darius Dunn, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

Well, well, well, this is what everyone has been waiting for since August 27th. School is close to being over, and most students are looking at it as a blessing, as it couldn’t come fast enough, while some are looking at it as it is coming too fast and they may need more time to pull their grades up....

Let’s Talk About Internships at KWC

Jonah White, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

As someone who is graduating at the end of this spring semester, I did what probably every other senior has done or was forced to do at some point in their final stretch of their collegiate career: I looked back on what brought me to this point. I thought about the plenty of great things that happened...

It’s Okay to Not Be Okay

Bailey Woodall, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

On campus this past week, there were many activities that revolved around suicide awareness and mental health. This is a topic that doesn’t seem to be touched on a lot at Kentucky Wesleyan but is definitely important. People have this view that struggling mentally is wrong and embarrassing, but it’s ...

Started as a Freshman Now I’m Here

La'Darius Dunn, Staff Writer

March 18, 2019

College is looked at as the best time people go through in life and it definitely is, but it also goes by in the blink of an eye. What people don’t tell you about college is how much you’ll change throughout your years in college. From freshman year to senior year one could say that there would be a d...

K-Dub Idol 2019

Brooke Griffin, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019

Kentucky Wesleyan’s Student Activities Programming Board (SAPB) has been hosting K-Dub Idol since 2001. They live stream the event for people who are unable to attend. Each year, there are a total of three rounds that the contestants compete in. Each round has a theme that the contestants have to match...

Spoken Word Artist Jinahie Visits KWC

Brooke Griffin, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019

The Student Activities Programming Board (SAPB) and Sigma Alpha Mu hosted a poetry jam session in Rogers Hall on January 22nd, 8p.m.-10p.m. Attendees were encouraged to bring a canned food item to donate to a local food shelter. The session featured Spoken Word artist, Jinahie. She is an Egyptian-American...

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