College Admissions Scandal

Brooke Griffin, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

Uncovered by a lead received from someone involved in a completely different investigation, a college admissions scandal was brought to light. Fifty parents, coaches, and even some famous actresses in six states were charged on...

Stanley Kubrick

Andy Santana, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

Born to two Jewish immigrants, Stanley Kubrick took his first breath on July 26, 1928. He was born and raised in Bronx, New York. His father and mother, Sadie Gertrude and Jacob Leonard Kubrick, had their second child and...

The Importance of Advertising

Andy Santana, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019

Advertising has been a staple in American history since the late 1800’s, and has shaped not only the United States, but the world as a whole. In society, advertising has taken over the landscape of our physical and virial liv...

Netfile and Chill…Out: Prices Getting Too High

Jonah White, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019

As a college student, what do I do after a long, stressful day of work and classes? I usually like to relax to my favorite episodes of The Office or Parks and Recreation that I can watch over and over again thanks to my pals over a...

Gillette Ad to Hold Men Accountable for Their Actions

Calista Self, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019

Gillette sparked a new controversy with the release of its new ad earlier this month. The ad is aimed towards men to address the “toxic masculinity” of society. It also ties into the #MeToo movement by addressing sexual harassment...

Government Hits a Wall, Shuts Down

Brooke Griffin, Staff Writer

February 6, 2019

On December 22, 2018, the U.S. government shut down because President Donald Trump and Democratic politicians could not come to an agreement on funding for a wall for the U.S.-Mexico border. President Trump has requested $5.7...

School Shooting Statistics

La'Darius Dunn, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018

School shootings have been occurring all over the United States, especially in high schools and colleges. This subject affects not only the families of those involved, but also the whole country. This subject is frowned upon so...

Net Neutrality: Trump’s Plan and What it Means for Americans

Mariah Wise, Staff Writer

December 4, 2017

If you’ve been keeping up with our President’s movements, you would know that the Trump administration wishes to repeal net neutrality in the U.S. Unfortunately, most of the population is unaware of exactly what this means. Starting...

Miss Peru Contestants Leave Audience Speechless

Mariah Wise, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017

On Sunday October 29th, during the Miss Peru Pageant, participants turned heads during the competition, and not because of their dresses. Miss Peru 1987, Jessica Newton, organized the events this year leading up to and throughout...

2017 Grammy’s Wrap Up

Morgan Herzog

February 24, 2017

The Grammy’s of 2017 became a competition between Adele and Beyonce. They were competing for record and album of the year. For those who did not watch the Grammy’s, Adele ended up winning album of the year. She also won four...

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,...

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...

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