Monthly Archives: February 2012

Artist weaves hope from fabric remnants

By Tori Marshall Staff Reporter A colorful array of mixed media paintings hang until March 16 in the Campanella Gallery. The textures create a 3D feel to the canvases. The paintings feature themes of hope and transformation. Andrea Lee, an adjunct instructor who holds a doctorate

Artist weaves hope from fabric remnants

By Tori Marshall Staff Reporter A colorful array of mixed media paintings hang until March 16 in the Campanella Gallery. The textures create a 3D feel to the canvases. The paintings feature themes of hope and transformation. Andrea Lee, an adjunct instructor who holds a doctorate

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Brackett releases children’s novel, discovers online publishing

By Pearl Webb Staff Reporter “‘I despise this place,’ Angela Wood hissed quietly.” Angela is a 6th grade daydreamer, and the protagonist in Virginia Brackett’s new novel, Angela and the Gray Mare. Angela’s family drags her away from her home and her friends

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Brackett releases children’s novel, discovers online publishing

By Pearl Webb Staff Reporter “‘I despise this place,’ Angela Wood hissed quietly.” Angela is a 6th grade daydreamer, and the protagonist in Virginia Brackett’s new novel, Angela and the Gray Mare. Angela’s family drags her away from her home and her friends

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New major in fitness and wellness

By Ronda O’Brien Staff Reporter Beginning this fall, a new degree will be offered at Park University. Fitness and Wellness is currently offered only as a minor. Students will soon be able to receive a Bachelor of Science in Fitness and Wellness. According to

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New major in fitness and wellness

By Ronda O’Brien Staff Reporter Beginning this fall, a new degree will be offered at Park University. Fitness and Wellness is currently offered only as a minor. Students will soon be able to receive a Bachelor of Science in Fitness and Wellness. According to

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All roads lead to Park

These students drive more than an hour to class. By Jordan Wandfluh Editor Three Park students pull out of their driveways at approximately 8:00 in the morning, arriving an hour later. All have the same drive, to receive a good education. Joseph Malone, Elizabeth

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All roads lead to Park

These students drive more than an hour to class. By Jordan Wandfluh Editor Three Park students pull out of their driveways at approximately 8:00 in the morning, arriving an hour later. All have the same drive, to receive a good education. Joseph Malone, Elizabeth

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Geographic information systems department maps data

By Jordan Wandfluh Editor Park University senior Tim Reynolds and David Fox, assistant professor of geography, sit around a laptop on the bottom floor of the Science Building. The geographic information system Ersi sits idle on the screen. Gathering location data and pulling fi

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Geographic information systems department maps data

By Jordan Wandfluh Editor Park University senior Tim Reynolds and David Fox, assistant professor of geography, sit around a laptop on the bottom floor of the Science Building. The geographic information system Ersi sits idle on the screen. Gathering location data and pulling fi

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Students volunteer with Habitat for Humanity in New Orleans

By Tiffany Benson Staff Reporter People to People International, known as PTPI, is an organization focusing on international relations, and aims to give students the opportunity to become familiar with other cultures. This organization sponsors a program known as IMPACT and four students from Park had the

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Students volunteer with Habitat for Humanity in New Orleans

By Tiffany Benson Staff Reporter People to People International, known as PTPI, is an organization focusing on international relations, and aims to give students the opportunity to become familiar with other cultures. This organization sponsors a program known as IMPACT and four students from Park had the

Hydration key to weight loss

By Max Miller Sports Editor With Mother Nature acting so different this winter season, a lot of you are starting your work out sessions lot earlier than last year. With the average temperatures 20 degrees warmer than usual, this has given the perfect opportunity to many outdoor

Hydration key to weight loss

By Max Miller Sports Editor With Mother Nature acting so different this winter season, a lot of you are starting your work out sessions lot earlier than last year. With the average temperatures 20 degrees warmer than usual, this has given the perfect opportunity to many outdoor