KWC Football Coach Attends AFCA Convention

Michael Malone Jr.

February 3, 2017

At the beginning of January, the Kentucky Wesleyan College football coaches all headed to take a trip to Nashville for a couple of days to participate in this year’s Coach’s Convention. This event is actually run by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA). The AFCA is the only national organization...

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Morgan Herzog

February 3, 2017

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is celebrated on the third Monday of January. In memory of Dr. King, America set aside this day to honor him. In order to get something done one must have a vision. One must be able to see where they want to go from where they are standing. Dr. King was a man of great vision...

Campus Forum Discusses Diversity

Michaela Priddy, Supervising Editor

December 4, 2016

On Monday night, November 14, the Black Student Union (BSU) and Student Government Association (SGA) hosted a forum called The Voice on campus in Rogers Hall to address any concerns and suggestions of becoming and accepting a more diverse campus. Jeremy Pittman, Vice President of Admissions, moderated...

Homecoming Week 2016

Wilson Buckner, Features Editor

October 26, 2016

There are many Kentucky Wesleyan traditions to get students excited, and Fall Homecoming Week is one of them. Alumni far and wide return to visit with old friends. They tour the campus and recall where they used to live, their favorite classes, professors, and the great times they had before setting...

Kentucky Wesleyan College Honors Constitution Day with Speaker

Michaela Priddy, Supervising Editor

September 16, 2016

Kentucky Wesleyan College hosted Professor Enid Trucias-Haynes, a Professor of Law at the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville, in a presentation this past Monday, September 12, in Roger’s Hall to honor Constitution Day. In the presentation named “The U.S. Constitution...

Sportscenter’s Plan B

Katy Holland, Features Editor

September 16, 2016

Last semester, there was talk around Owensboro that the Evansville Icemen, a hockey team, was coming to Owensboro’s Sports Center, which is where Owensboro Catholic High School and Kentucky Wesleyan College's basketball teams play. The Sportscenter was going to be sold to the Icemen to turn the facility...

A Glimpse Into the Life of a Scholar-Athlete

Brittany Wells, Managing Editor

September 16, 2016

While many people have ideas about the lives of collegiate scholar-athletes, I am here to tell you what the experience actually entails from my perspective as a women’s basketball player. Being a scholar- athlete is a privilege and something I have worked for my entire life, and it has granted me many...

Kentucky Wesleyan Football on Verge of a Great Season

Malik Malone, Sports Editor

September 9, 2016

In the past, Kentucky Wesleyan Football was not known for their stock of talent on the football field, but as time has passed, there has been a major change for the Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers football program. It all started two years ago when head coach Brent Holsclaw created the mission Operation...

Making Owensboro a Better Place

Katy Holland, Features Editor

September 9, 2016

Tonight as I was driving down Frederica Street, sitting at a red light, I noticed this young teenage boy riding his skateboard across the street because he had the right-of-way. There was an SUV taking a turn, and as this boy was skateboarding across the street, the car and boy collided. Luckily, the...

Farewell Memories

Darius Chandler, Features Reports

April 22, 2016

People say that in college you meet some of the best friends you will ever have and make some memories for a lifetime that are epic, almost movie like. It can be difficult leaving your home town, your parents’ home, and going to be around a bunch of people that you never met. These same people you...

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...

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...

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