Panogram

Quarantine Workout Routine

Calista Self, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

With the gym being closes due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many people are seeking a way to physically work their bodies from home. To avoid gaining excess weight, some people have taken to YouTube, exercise apps, or other online sources to find at home workouts. Although switching to only at home-work...

Neanderthal Findings Bring New Information

Calista Self, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

For this Panogram article, I will be discussing an interesting topic regarding a top trending story in the world of science. Neanderthals are an extinct species, or a subspecies of archaic humans and they belong to the Homo sapiens neanderthalensis grouping. They lived in Eurasia until roughly 40,000 y...

Help is Out There

Jeremy Henderson, Staff Writer

April 22, 2020

People never think to ask for help with small setbacks and gigantic issues in life. You cannot do everything yourself all the time. Sometimes, you have to ask for help. You cannot buy a skateboard on Amazon without someone on the other end to mail it to you. You cannot videotape a marathon without somebody...

The Kayak Project

Calista Self, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

A Kentucky Wesleyan College student, Ethan Dossett, has created a project in attempt to clean up Kentucky waterways and reduce everyday litter. He created this project, known as The Kayak Project in 2018. Ethan launched his project on Twitter and currently has roughly 40 followers. The Twitter account...

Sierra Club Campus Recycling Initiative

Kenzie Tomes, Staff Writer

December 11, 2019

With the rising threat of climate change and the desperate need for environmentally-friendly initiatives on a national as well as a global scale, the Sierra Club is taking action on our campus to ensure that Kentucky Wesleyan is doing its part in creating a cleaner and healthier environment. In order...

Effects of Social Media

Bailey Woodall, Staff Writer

December 11, 2019

Social media sites such as Twitter, Instagram, and even Pinterest affect the way we picture important events that happen in life: marriage, birth, relationships, and the way people live their lives. Social media is essentially a highlight reel. People aren’t going to post the bad that is going on in...

End of Semester Woes

LaDarius Dunn, Staff Writer

December 11, 2019

It’s coming around the time where the end of the semester is coming up. Even though it’s what every college student wants it is also one of the hardest parts of the school year. Simply because everything is coming down to its last so there will be a lot of make up work due, a long with the work that’s...

Rising Suicide Rates in Vetrans

Bailey Woodall, Staff Writer

November 12, 2019

Veterans battle with their own demons inside their heads while they’re serving and long after they’re done serving. Being in the military is glorified in the United States because Americans have so much respect for the men and women who decide to fight for our country. They see the tear-jerking homecomings...

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...

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...

What in the World are We Doing to Our World?

Kenzie Tomes, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

Travel. The act of making a journey. We all want to see the world, right? Imagine it, sipping an expresso at Café de la Paix, taking in the view from the top of the London Eye, or sailing along the clear blue waters in Naxos. The problem is, we have an estimated twelve years to do so before gradually...

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