Monthly Archives: January 2012

Arts education for AIDS awareness in the Middle East

By Andi Enns Editor My mouse hovered over the “submit” button, and I didn’t know if I had the courage to click. I had been working hard for days on a grant proposal, asking the United Nations democracy fund for

Arts education for AIDS awareness in the Middle East

By Andi Enns Editor My mouse hovered over the “submit” button, and I didn’t know if I had the courage to click. I had been working hard for days on a grant proposal, asking the United Nations democracy fund for

Professor to head new journalism research center

By Tiffany Benson Staff Reporter The Center for Global Peace Journalism was approved by the Park University Board of Trustees last week. Steven Youngblood, associate professor of broadcasting, will direct the new research center. The peace journalism initiative will be

Professor to head new journalism research center

By Tiffany Benson Staff Reporter The Center for Global Peace Journalism was approved by the Park University Board of Trustees last week. Steven Youngblood, associate professor of broadcasting, will direct the new research center. The peace journalism initiative will be

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Special Report: The Value of College

Is your degree worth the debt? By Andi Enns Editor If you are graduating this spring, you are probably thinking this will be the happiest day of your life. But, your joy may also be tempered by the realities of

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Special Report: The Value of College

Is your degree worth the debt? By Andi Enns Editor If you are graduating this spring, you are probably thinking this will be the happiest day of your life. But, your joy may also be tempered by the realities of

What is in your food?

A closer look at food labels reveals packaging claims aren’t always what they seem. by Zachary Glimcher Alumni Contributer Do you know what is in your food? Even if you make a habit of reading labels, those can be misleading.

What is in your food?

A closer look at food labels reveals packaging claims aren’t always what they seem. by Zachary Glimcher Alumni Contributer Do you know what is in your food? Even if you make a habit of reading labels, those can be misleading.