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Ed Ryan Lecture Monday

Micah Preston, Features Editor

March 20, 2015

Filed under News, Owensboro, Student Life

The Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers are happy to welcome Benjamin Pogrund, a friend of Nelson Mandela, to speak this coming up Monday, March 23rd at 7:00pm in Rogers Hall. Pogrund was a reporter for the Rand Daily Mail in South Africa and the deputy editor when the newspaper was shut down in 1985 because...

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...

Homelessness Awareness on Campus

Larry Robinson, Features Editor

February 18, 2015

Filed under News, Opinion, Owensboro, Uncategorized

When you think of Owensboro, images of tobacco fields and bluegrass music may come to mind. The city that has a little over 58,000 residents is often referred to as a good place to raise a family or a relaxing place to retire to, and with good reason. This small Kentucky town isn’t known to make waves...

Benefits of Living in Owensboro

Addie Reimbold, Panogram Reporter

September 14, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Owensboro

Owensboro, Kentucky is a well known river-city located on the Ohio River with the fourth largest population in the state. Here we are, Kentucky Wesleyan College, settled in the heart of such a unique and growing community. Wesleyan is also growing in population. This fall freshmen enrollment increased by...

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