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Kentucky Wesleyan College names Eddie Kenny Senior Director of Alumni Relations

Kentucky Wesleyan College Vice President for Advancement Tom Keith announced that Eddie Kenny has been appointed as senior director of alumni relations.  Kenny assumed his responsibilities on August 4 after serving as director of alumni and parent relations at Saint Leo University in Tampa, Fla., since 2010.

Wesleyan Welcomes New Freshmen on Move In Day

Move in day was a team effort! Faculty, staff and current Wesleyan students all pitched in to help get new freshmen checked in and moved in to their new residence halls! See photos of the day below:

The Wesleyan Way Hits the Streets!

Two executive initiatives completed at Kentucky Wesleyan today!  Wesleyan Drive is now Wesleyan Way, and the Winchester Center now has The Wesleyan Way prominently displayed as you enter the rotunda. Kentucky Wesleyan College

Panther Pianists Kick Off School Year at Elizabeth Munday Center

Kentucky Wesleyan College’s Panther Pianists will perform their first program of the new academic year on Thursday, Sept. 1, at 11:30 a.m. at the Elizabeth Munday Senior Center.  This program features Artist in Residence Diane Earle and her Wesleyan piano students in popular and classical solos.  They will perform every Wednesday and Thursday at various…

Wesleyan Mourns Passing of Rev. Dr. James Shepherd

Former Kentucky Wesleyan trustee and long-time United Methodist pastor Rev. Dr. James Shepherd passed away Saturday, Aug. 13, in Frankfort. He was pastor in residence at the First United Methodist Church of Frankfort and was a much-beloved and respected minister of the gospel throughout Kentucky. His son, Judge Philip Shepherd, is chair-elect of the Kentucky…

Wesleyan Welcomes 30 Students to Aug. 10 Panther Pathways

Kentucky Wesleyan College welcomed 30 students to the Aug. 10 Panther Pathways event. Students had a chance to meet with their advisor regarding their fall schedules, learned about campus resources and heard from student leaders on the many ways students can get involved on campus.