Save Power

Brittany Johnston, Special Guest Writer

March 14, 2016

Every day Americans are spending millions of dollars on electricity that is going to waste. At Kentucky Wesleyan College, a lot of our money is going towards electricity that students and faculty are not even using. For example, the administration building keeps the lights on even when students are not...

Brought Together Through Basketball

Kaitlyn Groce, Features Editor

March 14, 2016

On Saturday, March 12th Rogers Hall began filling up with members of the community and some of the student body, all supporting their very own Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers basketball team. The new projector was up and running as students, faculty, and community members found their seats and prepared t...

Save the Date: Electricity Can Wait!

Morgan Montgomery, Special Guest Writer

March 11, 2016

Every student at Kentucky Wesleyan knows how much of a struggle money can be. This is especially true considering how expensive our amazing private college is. Tuition, housing, meal plans, classes, and textbooks seem to take over our budget pretty, I’d say. However, I don’t think that most students...

Kdub Idol

Katy Holland, Entertainment Reporter

March 11, 2016

Kdub Idol is Kentucky Wesleyan’s very own American Idol. Competitors sign up for this event, and the rest is up to them on what they want to sing/preform. This year, many people signed up, and it was a three round competition. The final performers were Nate Stemle, Madison Weber and Lucas, Kara Kelley,...

Jabali Afrika event review

Tim Jefferies, Features Reporter

February 26, 2016

The Jabali Afrika event was held on the KWC campus in Hocker Dinning Hall on the evening of February 22, 2016. This performance was a cultural display of drums, February 22, 2016 on the KWC campus at Hocker Dining Hall. This performance was a cultural display of drums, bongos, guitar and even African ...

Becca McQueen and the Sophomore Experience

Brittany Wells, Features Editor

February 19, 2016

Lighting McQueen is her name and being fantastically fabulous is her game. Rebecca McQueen is making remarkable strides here at Kentucky Wesleyan College as the Director of the Sophomore Experience. The Sophomore Experience is a grant-funded position that aims to help students overcome the "sophomore slump."...

Denver Defense vs. Carolina Panthers

Kaitlyn Groce, Features Editor

February 19, 2016

On Super Bowl Sunday 2016, a number of students gathered in Roger’s Hall to watch the Denver Broncos take on the Carolina Panthers and enjoy some good food at the same time. Walking in, the smell of buffalo chicken wings immediately overtook the senses and invited students further into the room. The...

Meet Morgan Oakley

Brittany Wells, Features Reporter

February 1, 2016

Get to know Morgan Oakley. Oakley is not only a graduate of Kentucky Wesleyan College but currently a Residential Director for Kendall Hall who works with the Wesleyan Student Life Office throughout the week. Oakley is currently enrolled at Western Kentucky University and is majoring in Student Affairs...

Go Greek This Semester

Nathen Jones, Features Reporter

January 29, 2016

When coming to Kentucky Wesleyan College, you have a new start and an opportunity to find yourself in which your identity can come to life and provide you with different options to explore and test. For many people coming to college, it's about coming for school, focusing on grades, and getting a nice...

Midnight Movie Madness

Kaitlyn Groce, Features Editor

January 28, 2016

After staying inside, trying to stay warm on Friday, getting out of the dorms and going to see a movie was just what every student at Kentucky Wesleyan College needed. Luckily for the student body, the Midnight Movie was the following day on January 23. Arriving at the theater, students were pilling...

Admiration and Dedication

Morgan Herzog, Features Reporter

January 28, 2016

When I was a child, my mother hung a painting above the headboard of my bed. I was fascinated with how intriguing the painting became to me. The painting hung on the wall was called "Starry Night." This was the first time I became curious about art and wanted to know more about the artist, Vincent Van...

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Black History Month

Dominique Caminos, Features Editor

December 6, 2015

It is always great to embrace every culture at a college because college is about finding yourself. Therefore, every college should show acknowledgement of every culture. At Kentucky Wesleyan College, we are hosting the Martin Luther King, Jr. walk for the city of Owensboro, and we are going to have...

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