Hunter Ends First Semester Coaching Women’s Tennis Team

Katie Laughlin, Sports Editor

November 23, 2015

Kentucky Wesleyan’s women’s tennis team began the school year without a coach. Last year’s coach, Sarah Bivins, resigned from the position in August of this year. Robert Mallory, the school’s new Athletic Director, acted immediately to find the best candidate for the position. Diana Hunter...

Homecoming Events

Micah Preston, Sports Writer

October 23, 2015

It is Homecoming Week, and there are many activities going on. On Tuesday, voting polls were open to vote for this year's Homecoming Court. In addition to voting for a campus event, students can also donate clothing that will go to need people to get through the upcoming winter weather. On Wednesday,...

Wear Black to the Homecoming Game

Darius Chandler, Features Writer

October 23, 2015

The Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers have finally ended their five game road trip to establishments such as Murray State, Limestone Delta State, Central State, and Davidson. They are now playing their second home game of the year on October 24, 2015 and expecting a packed house against visiting opponent Louisiana...

You Cannot Be Successful Without Unity

Dominique Caminos, Features Editor

October 12, 2015

College is made for individuals to find themselves. In order for a person to do that, he or she needs to be able to explore and see what is all out there. At the end of last year, I was excited to receive an email from Louise Clausen asking for all presidents of every organization to come together. It...

Hands Off My Dunkin Donuts

Wilson Buckner, Features Editor

October 11, 2015

Earlier this week, the media reported that a Dunkin Donuts franchisee was closing 100 of its locations. With a Dunkin Donuts so close to Wesleyan’s campus, what does this news mean for Owensboro? Growing up in South Carolina, Krispy Kreme is the king of doughnuts and Dunkin Donuts is a “Yankee”...

Sophomore Experience: An Interview with Rebecca McQueen

September 15, 2015

Panogram: What is the Sophomore Experience? Rebecca McQueen: The Sophomore Experience is a program designed to help second year students to continue their education past their sophomore at Wesleyan. The sophomore year is an important one. The main reason students quit their college education is they...

Let’s Talk about the Black Student Union

Dominique Caminos, Features Editor

September 14, 2015

The Black Student Union, also known as BSU, was recently reactivated in 2014. A group of students, including myself (president of BSU), came together and decided that it was time to bring some more options to Kentucky Wesleyan College. Luckily, with the support of the staff members, alumni, and the Owensboro...

Wilson’s Weather Forecast

Wilson Buckner, Features Writer

September 14, 2015

Just when we have a perfect, late summer, 70 degree day, it’s soon followed by the sizzling of mid-summer. The biggest problem with a hot, sizzling day in Owensboro is that there is an absence of breeze. The hot, humid air just smothers us. The question is, when will it end? Taking my grandmother’s...

New Football Season Begins

Micah Preston, Sports Writer

September 14, 2015

Football season is here and it is something to be excited about, despite the 52-12 loss to D1 School Murray State University in the season opener on September 3rd. The Panthers will be taking on two more Division 1 teams in their season and would be very happy to be able to shock one of those teams with...

A Salute to Seniors

Brian Thomas, Features Editor

May 6, 2015

I talked to multiple seniors to try and see what their plans were for when they graduate and leave college life for good. At first I started off with the question, "How does it feel to finally to be done with school?" Some said it is a big relief and they are so glad that they are finally finished...

Ed Ryan Lecture on Israel Held On Campus

Micah Preston, Features Editor

April 1, 2015

Benjamin Pogrund was brought up in Cape Town. He began a career as a journalist in 1958, writing for the Rand Daily Mail in Johannesburg, where he eventually became deputy-editor. The Rand Daily Mail was the only newspaper in South Africa at that time to report on events in black South Africa townships....

President Darrell Changing Look of Wesleyan

Mike Hellmueller, Managing Editor

April 1, 2015

With the recent renovations to Kendall Hall, President Bart Darrell has decided to proceed with a new plan to add housing where the current soccer field sits. President Darrell has decided along with Athletic Director Jim Askins to break ground on the soccer field and have all the soccer games for...

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