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 Kansas Wesleyan University.
Posted on September 18, 2017
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.
Posted on September 6, 2017
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 simple raise of a hand, Jake Montoya ’05 brings the room to order, and band class begins.
Posted on August 17, 2017