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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...

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...

Hurricane Dorian Hits Hard

Bailey Woodall, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

Hurricane season is here and starting off as strong as ever. On August 23rd, Hurricane Dorian started forming as a tropical storm and turned into a hurricane on August 25th. Every hurricane starts out as a tropical storm, when it reaches a certain speed of wind is when it becomes a hurricane. A lot of pe...

Growing Up – One Student’s Perspective

Andy Santana, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

Growing up isn’t about age, background, or the situation someone is in. It is about knowing yourself, understanding your past and how it has positively and negatively affected your present-self, and also the things that drive your future self. Many things make you an “adult", like turning 18, having...

Shady “Stadi’s” Bright Future

Alexa Davis, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

As the new year kicks off students are noticing some of the changes that occurred on campus over the summer. One of the major changes being the renovations of the Stadium apartments on campus! Stadium has been an important transition dorm for students at KWC, they offer an apartment living style with...

Fall Semester Balancing Act

La'Darius Dunn, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

Here is the time that most people have been waiting for, well most freshman. Simply because they feel like this will be a better experience than they had in high school because of the little things that they hear about a college atmosphere. The most important thing about the first fall season for all...

Wellness – Body, Mind, Spirit

Kenzie Tomes, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

Adjusting to class and work schedules, forming new relationships, and getting involved in various organizations around campus all in the first few weeks of school takes a toll on our bodies. Many times, we find ourselves feeling overwhelmed and drained during these first few weeks of classes. Even...

Andrew Yang, Candidate on the Rise

October 2, 2019

After losing the 2016 Presidential Election, The Democratic Party is desperately seeking someone who can go head to head with Donald Trump. During the 2019 Democratic debates, there was a staggering twenty democratic nominees, with big shot names like Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Kamala...

First Black Hole

Calista Self, Staff Writer

April 23, 2019

The first idea of a large body so massive that even light cannot escape was produced in 1784 by John Michell. He had concluded that the mass would have to have the same density as the Sun and it could be influenced enough by gravity to shoot massive light rays from the surface of the star. This definitely...

The “Finals” Countdown

Bailey Woodall, Staff Writer

April 23, 2019

The most evil time of the year is approaching on campus for Kentucky Wesleyan College. It’s not summer break, even though that is very close. Finals week is here. Students are finishing their last days of classes and hustling to get last minute papers, projects, or assignments done. Some students...

Evansville Otters’ Exhibition Game

Brooke Griffin, Staff Writer

April 22, 2019

On Friday, May 3, 2019, at 6:35 p.m. the Evansville Otters baseball team will host their annual exhibition benefit game. The Otters will be playing against the Southern Illinois Miners. This year they will be donating 100% of their ticket sales to Jacob’s Village, a community designed to assist adults...

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...

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