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Summer at the Zoo

A third-grade assignment set MiKayla Chiles on her career path. She completed a book report on big cats and has been fascinated by them ever since. Her path took a small detour. She planned to be a social worker for a while, but her interests led her to the Biology Department at...

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Social Work Degree to be Added

The need for qualified social workers has been evident in Kansas as well as at the national level. To help strengthen the field of social work, Kansas Wesleyan University and Saint Francis Community Services are partnering to develop a Bachelor of Science in Social Work program...

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Laser Focused

Some of life’s smallest building blocks – atoms and ions and molecules – grew into an unforgettable summer ripe with experiments, friendships and laser beams for Kansas Wesleyan student Taylor McClain.  A junior in physics, McClain was one of 15 students selected for a prestigious...

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Emergency Management Partnership Renewed

Saline County Commissioners approved the renewal of an agreement between Saline County Emergency Management and Kansas Wesleyan University at their Aug. 22 meeting. The agreement will help to enhance both entities’ commitment to mitigation, effective response and recovery from...

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Coyotes Start Year with Eclipse Viewing

Hundreds of Kansas Wesleyan students gathered to watch the solar eclipse on campus Monday. Student Development provided viewing glasses, along with MoonPies and SunChips.  Cloudy conditions prevented a continuous view of the eclipse, but the sky did clear every few moments to...

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Work of FHSU Students Featured in The Gallery

“(In)Significant Allure,” an exhibit by Lauren Baird and Wendy Tan of Hays, will be featured in The Gallery at Sams Hall of Fine Arts at Kansas Wesleyan University from Aug. 21–Sept. 22. The exhibit includes a selection of ceramics and multimedia work by Baird and the paintings and...

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Best in Class

It’s 12:05 p.m., and 80 energetic middle-schoolers, who just came from the cafeteria, pour into a massive band room. It is stimulation overload as kids dodge about, piecing together instruments, rearranging chairs and searching for missing reeds. With the patience of Job and a...

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Professional Programs are Standouts

Already recognized by Colleges of Distinction for its innovative approach to education, Kansas Wesleyan University has been honored further for its expert blending of the liberal arts with professional programming in Business and Education. The 21st-century job market now demands...

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Alumna Makes Fairy Tale a Reality

By Krista Wasinger, Sabetha Herald  Morgan Miller of Horton helps others feel confident with who they are in her boutique clothing store — Fiabesco. She encourages women to “be bold, be brave, be beautiful.” Once upon a time — a year ago to be exact — Morgan Miller made her fairy...

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KWU Prepares for Homecoming

Plans are well under way for 2017 Homecoming and Family Weekend. Alumni, their families and the Salina community can celebrate and reconnect Oct. 6–8. Highlighting the celebration will be a recognition of accomplished alumni who have excelled in their fields and contributed to the...

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