Much Anticipated Return of K-Dub Idol!

Wilson Buckner, Features Editor

March 12, 2015

American Idol has been a television hit for several years, and for the past several years Kentucky Wesleyan College has created its own version. Known belovedly as K-Dub Idol, it has become one of the most eagerly anticipated annual campus events. Wesleyan has an abundance of talent just waiting to be...

Spring Semester is Here and So are Classes

Mike Hellmueller, Managing Editor

February 18, 2015

It’s time to trade in the last of the Christmas cookies for $300 Flex dollars because classes are back in session here at Kentucky Wesleyan College. That’s right, ladies and gentlemen; bring the new Christmas presents with you when you move back into the dorms and show your roommates all the...

Progress Made with Kendall Hall

Mike Hellmueller, Managing Editor

February 18, 2015

Kendall Hall is receiving a massive face lift, along with major upgrades inside the rooms and floors. The construction has been a slow and difficult process, but progress is finally starting to be seen. Upon arrival on campus, the student body will notice more construction areas and parts around Kendall...

Wesleyan Hosts Poetry Reading

Wilson Buckner, Features Reporter

December 5, 2014

Award winning poet Angie Estes held a poetry reading on the Wesleyan campus on November 20th. The reading was funded by the Crago Britton Reading series and was followed by a Q&A session with Professor Connelly’s ENGL 3347: Poetry Workshop class. Dr. Estes has won multiple awards. Her first ...

Sustaining Wesleyan Momentum

Mike Hellmueller, Managing Editor

December 3, 2014

The past two years at Kentucky Wesleyan College have been some of the most important and successful years in the history of the college. Anyone on campus understands the growth and development that has occurred and must realize the need to maintain these strides. Walking around on campus it is...

Panogram Asks…Christmas Edition

Simeon Pogue, Editorial Editor

December 3, 2014

In this issue, the Panogram asked some students “What are your plans for Christmas break?” Here are their responses!   “Hanging with family and friends!” – Justin Bush   “Studying for the LSAT [Law School Admissions Test].” – Christian List   “I will...

Books for Cash

Panogram Staff

December 3, 2014

It is the holiday season, and everyone needs a little money. The best way for students to score a little cash used to be selling textbooks they no longer need back to the bookstore. Without an on-campus bookstore, this has been impossible in past years. This year, the situation is different. On Monday,...

Meet the New Assistant Dean of Student Life: Louise Clausen

Jack Kiely, Features Editor

November 16, 2014

The office of Assistant Dean of Student Life has been filled! Now joining the Kentucky Wesleyan College family is Louise Clausen. Clausen began working on November 5th at the college and has already acclimated herself to her job responsibilities and the students around campus. It is an exciting time at th...

Thanksgiving Editorial: Family Is Essential to Survival

Mike Hellmueller, Managing Editor

November 11, 2014

As the holiday season and finals week loom over the heads of us all, let us not forget the most important thing in our lives, family. Family is what will save us all from lunacy and keep us from falling into the pit of self-loathing during this most stressful time of the year. These are the people...

Black Student Union to Celebrate Alumni Weekend

Brian Thomas, Features Reporter and Sports Editor

October 29, 2014

  The Black Student Union of Kentucky Wesleyan College, also known as the B.S.U., is inviting all to come out and support our alumni during alumni weekend. It is taking place right here at Kentucky Wesleyan University the weekend of October 31st. We plan to have 3 days full of fun, food and m...

What Employers Want: Things You Must Learn for a Successful Career

Linda Albrecht, Features Editor

October 29, 2014

On October 22, Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), the business and leadership organization on campus hosted Helen Mountjoy who talked to 68 students about what the main “soft skills” employers are looking for. Helen Mountjoy, an Owensboro resident, has previously served as secretary of the Kentucky Education...


Simeon Pogue, News Editor

October 12, 2014

On Sept 23, KWC's newly named President, Bart Darrell, called a family meeting in the HRC. President Darrell began his speech by referring to our future and we are headed.   Darrell first began with a slideshow that featured many KWC faculty, staff, and students.   First Darrell...

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