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Athletics Moves to No-Spectator Policy

Starting November 23, no spectators will be allowed at any of KWU’s athletic competitions. This policy is in effect through games of January 9. At that time, the policy will be reassessed and may be extended indefinitely if conditions warrant.  The change in policy is in response...

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Athletics Releases 2020-21 Ticket Protocols

Kansas Wesleyan University Athletics has announced its ticketing guidelines and fan attendance procedures for the fall 2020 season amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  There will be reduced attendance capacity at both the Graves Family Sports Complex and Mabee Arena. KWU will issue 487...

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Links for Move-In Day Sign Up Announced

In the interest of social distancing and crowd reduction, Kansas Wesleyan has asked its students to sign up for an arrival time slot on move-in days, which are scheduled for August 5 and 7. The office of Student Development released the links to make that possible on Wednesday...

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Class of 2020 Receives Celebration Boxes

In celebration of their accomplishments, Kansas Wesleyan has sent celebration boxes to each of the members of its graduating Class of 2020. The boxes were sent over the past two weeks in recognition of the postponement of a traditional commencement ceremony. Each box contains a cap...

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Pair of KWU Students Earn KICF Scholarships

TOPEKA, Kan. — A pair of Kansas Wesleyan students were among those honored with scholarships by the Kansas Independent College Foundation (KICF) earlier this week. The scholarships were awarded to juniors Janell Fellers and Rebekah Morris. Each nominated student had to submit a...

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Yearbook Captures Trio of Awards

The Kansas Wesleyan yearbook staff captured a trio of awards from Kansas Collegiate Media, according to information released by that organization recently. The Coyote took second place overall in two categories, the yearbook's football section and the overall cover design. In the...

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KWU Launches Virtual Chapel

Kansas Wesleyan has launched a new web site to aid its community during the coronavirus pandemic, a virtual chapel. The chapel, located at bit.ly/KWUvirtual-chapel, is a Google-based site developed by a Critical Care Committee that was formed in the early stages of the COVID-19...

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Graves ’76 to Speak at Inaugural KWU Scholarship Gala

Editor's Note: This event, along with the remainder of Alumni, Family & Community Weekend, has been cancelled due to the situation surrounding the coronavirus.  Kansas Wesleyan University and the KWU Foundation will welcome The Honorable William P. (Bill) Graves ’76, former Gov...

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KWU Announces Unique Format for February Music Festival

An exciting event is coming to Kansas Wesleyan Feb. 4-8, as “Fusion!: KWU Festival of Music,” is held at locations throughout Salina. All events are free and open to the public, and both KWU students and the public will have opportunities to participate during the nearly week-long...

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Statewide Exhibit on 19th Amendment Coming to KWU

A traveling exhibit celebrating the centennial of the 19th Amendment is coming to Kansas Wesleyan beginning Sept. 25. The KWU History Department and the local chapter of the League of Women Voters will co-host the exhibit on the women’s suffrage movement in the Student Activities...

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