Park University shows no support for poet

By Jordan Wandfluh Editor     A voice of an individual should be heard; especially a voice with God-given talent. On March 21 the voice was left unheard by many individuals at the Parkville campus.  Rick Barot, a Philippine poet living in

Park University shows no support for poet

By Jordan Wandfluh Editor     A voice of an individual should be heard; especially a voice with God-given talent. On March 21 the voice was left unheard by many individuals at the Parkville campus.  Rick Barot, a Philippine poet living in

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Parking passes will be revoked for disobeying traffic signs

By Andi Enns Editor     All traffic signs on campus must be obeyed, said Campus Safety in an e-mail this week. The e-mail said several “near miss” accidents have occurred in the alley behind Findlay-Wake Science Hall. The alleyway is a

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Parking passes will be revoked for disobeying traffic signs

By Andi Enns Editor     All traffic signs on campus must be obeyed, said Campus Safety in an e-mail this week. The e-mail said several “near miss” accidents have occurred in the alley behind Findlay-Wake Science Hall. The alleyway is a

“5 Women in the Same Dress” about tribulations of womanhood

By April Kabrick Staff Reporter During rehearsal for” 5 Women Wearing the Same Dress”, the characters came alive.  Picture being in the same room with five very different southern women, sorting through the trials and tribulations each one has experienced.

“5 Women in the Same Dress” about tribulations of womanhood

By April Kabrick Staff Reporter During rehearsal for” 5 Women Wearing the Same Dress”, the characters came alive.  Picture being in the same room with five very different southern women, sorting through the trials and tribulations each one has experienced.

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Over 500 children at Park’s River Read Festival

Debra McArthur, director of academic support services, reads her children’s book on the history of Kansas to 4th and 5th graders from the Park Hill school district. Students from seven of the nine elementary schools heard presentations from local authors

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Over 500 children at Park’s River Read Festival

Debra McArthur, director of academic support services, reads her children’s book on the history of Kansas to 4th and 5th graders from the Park Hill school district. Students from seven of the nine elementary schools heard presentations from local authors

#Kony2012 is coming, and they have t-shirts

By Andi Enns Editor     If you’ve been online over the last couple weeks, you’ll have heard about the Invisible Children campaign against Joseph Kony, war criminal and terrorist. For about three decades, he abducted nearly 30,000 children to be soldiers

#Kony2012 is coming, and they have t-shirts

By Andi Enns Editor     If you’ve been online over the last couple weeks, you’ll have heard about the Invisible Children campaign against Joseph Kony, war criminal and terrorist. For about three decades, he abducted nearly 30,000 children to be soldiers

Who really reaps the benefits of Invisible Children?

By Paige Ahart Staff Reporter Recently, Facebook and Twitter have been blowing up with posts of #StopKony and the Kony 2012 video made by Invisible Children. People were quick to watch the video and do exactly as it said: repost

Who really reaps the benefits of Invisible Children?

By Paige Ahart Staff Reporter Recently, Facebook and Twitter have been blowing up with posts of #StopKony and the Kony 2012 video made by Invisible Children. People were quick to watch the video and do exactly as it said: repost