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Kentucky Wesleyan Magazine Spring 2021

The Spring 2021 issue of the Kentucky Wesleyan Magazine is now in print and available online. Enjoy the latest issue, which includes a cover feature on “What Unites Us” along with features on the progress of our Three Pillars, Dr. Randy Capps ’57, Professors Nate and Molly Gross, Sashalia Ramirez ’23 and Panther football’s sophomore…

Why We Give – Brad ’88 and Danielle (Benson) Woodward ’88

Why we give to the College and encourage others to give. “We wouldn’t be where we are today if not for KWC. It’s hard to imagine where we would be had we not had the influences, experiences, etc. Our professors genuinely cared about us. They didn’t forget us after graduation, either. It was more than…

Wesleyan to host inaugural Film Festival

Kentucky Wesleyan College will host its inaugural Film Festival on Saturday, April 6, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on campus. The event will celebrate filmmaking by screening imaginative regional and international short films and web series, facilitating networking among filmmakers and sharing knowledge in various film disciplines. The festival is planned for the benefit…

Meet Our Faculty – Molly Gross

Education:“A little trivia that many of my KW101 students know is that I spent my entire freshman year undecided, but I eventually found what I think was my right path. I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts in acting/directing from the University of Arizona, a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing and writing for…

Why I Give – Brenda Seltman ’63

“A great opportunity for giving is approaching – Giving Tuesday on Nov. 27. I plan to give, and I encourage others to give whatever amount they are able to provide, so our present-day leaders can continue to improve the facilities and curriculum. I know my support of Kentucky Wesleyan helps another student find their dreams…

Kentucky Wesleyan College to present “Stories of Soldiers”

The Kentucky Wesleyan College English and Theatre programs will present “Stories of Soldiers,” 10-minute vignettes featuring the experiences of local soldiers on Saturday, April 22, at 2 p.m. at the Theatre Workshop of Owensboro Trinity Center at 407 W. Fifth St. Beth Demunbrun, head of the Wesleyan Theatre Program, and English professor Tamara Coy are…

Kentucky Wesleyan College students create web series in first-ever class

This article originally appeared in the Owensboro Messenger Inquierer. By Bobbie Hayse, bhayse@messenger-inquirer.com, 270-691-7315, Twitter: @BobbieHayseMI Internet TV — like content seen on YouTube, Vimeo, Netflix, or Amazon — has been changing the way that people around the world watch media, and Kentucky Wesleyan College Assistant Professor English Tamara Coy designed an inaugural web TV…