Category Archives: Feature

“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.

Biology major shortlisted for Coro service internship

By Tiffany Benson Staff Reporter As he reclines on the couch in Pirate Grounds, Janek Sunga wears confidence with a smile and proceeds to tell of his interview process with the Kansas City chapter of Coro, a nationwide nonprofit organization.

Biology major shortlisted for Coro service internship

By Tiffany Benson Staff Reporter As he reclines on the couch in Pirate Grounds, Janek Sunga wears confidence with a smile and proceeds to tell of his interview process with the Kansas City chapter of Coro, a nationwide nonprofit organization.

Behind Closed Doors: Local college students open up about domestic abuse

Editor’s note: After a former Park student plead “no contest” to a charge of domestic assault this week, the Stylus decided to find more stories of relationship abuse in college. To find these stories, the Stylus posted a message on

Behind Closed Doors: Local college students open up about domestic abuse

Editor’s note: After a former Park student plead “no contest” to a charge of domestic assault this week, the Stylus decided to find more stories of relationship abuse in college. To find these stories, the Stylus posted a message on

Andonowski’s breast cancer design project wins contest

By Tori Marshall Staff Reporter Walk through the Romanesque-painted door in the caves and discover the world of interior design. The musky smell of the commercial underground encompasses the air. The walls are covered with materials of inspiration; from designs by former

Andonowski’s breast cancer design project wins contest

By Tori Marshall Staff Reporter Walk through the Romanesque-painted door in the caves and discover the world of interior design. The musky smell of the commercial underground encompasses the air. The walls are covered with materials of inspiration; from designs by former

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

KGSP program director seeks to ‘rebirth’ Pirate Radio club

By Jon LaHue Staff Reporter Editor’s note: In an effort to be transparent, we note Jon LaHue is a staff member of Pirate Radio. However, we feel nothing in his story represents a conflict of interest.  Park University Pirate Radio program director

KGSP program director seeks to ‘rebirth’ Pirate Radio club

By Jon LaHue Staff Reporter Editor’s note: In an effort to be transparent, we note Jon LaHue is a staff member of Pirate Radio. However, we feel nothing in his story represents a conflict of interest.  Park University Pirate Radio program director

LaHue loves casual atmosphere of radio

By Michelle Djarn Staff Reporter Pirate Radio station listeners have the privilege to get a little “LaHooo” twice a week when they tune in. Park University senior Jon LaHue, also known as DJ “LaHooo,” started working for Park’s student-run radio station last semester.

LaHue loves casual atmosphere of radio

By Michelle Djarn Staff Reporter Pirate Radio station listeners have the privilege to get a little “LaHooo” twice a week when they tune in. Park University senior Jon LaHue, also known as DJ “LaHooo,” started working for Park’s student-run radio station last semester.