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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

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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

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Record number of English majors present at national conference

Editor’s note: In an effort to be transparent, we note Paul Pursell is a member of Sigma Tau Delta. However, the Stylus feels nothing in his story represents a conflict of interest. By Paul Pursell Staff Reporter A record number

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Record number of English majors present at national conference

Editor’s note: In an effort to be transparent, we note Paul Pursell is a member of Sigma Tau Delta. However, the Stylus feels nothing in his story represents a conflict of interest. By Paul Pursell Staff Reporter A record number

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Residence Hall Council elects 2012-13 board

By Andi Enns Editor The Residence Hall Council elected the executive board for the 2012-13 school year. Wycla Bratton was elected president. The vice president is Theodore McCord. Darren Vest will be business manager, and Zachary Roberts will the the

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Residence Hall Council elects 2012-13 board

By Andi Enns Editor The Residence Hall Council elected the executive board for the 2012-13 school year. Wycla Bratton was elected president. The vice president is Theodore McCord. Darren Vest will be business manager, and Zachary Roberts will the the

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Park celebrates International Women’s Day

By Andi Enns Editor Park University hosted an international women’s day celebration on March 8 in Graham Tyler Memorial Chapel. The event was sponsored by Central Exchange, a women’s networking group, who also supplied 100 yellow flowers for the attending

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Park celebrates International Women’s Day

By Andi Enns Editor Park University hosted an international women’s day celebration on March 8 in Graham Tyler Memorial Chapel. The event was sponsored by Central Exchange, a women’s networking group, who also supplied 100 yellow flowers for the attending

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Student Life accepting leadership award nominations

By Andi Enns Editor   The office of student life announced they are now taking nominations for student, faculty and staff awards for the annual Doris Howell Leadership Banquet and Honors Convocation. Questions and requests for nomination forms can directed

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Student Life accepting leadership award nominations

By Andi Enns Editor   The office of student life announced they are now taking nominations for student, faculty and staff awards for the annual Doris Howell Leadership Banquet and Honors Convocation. Questions and requests for nomination forms can directed

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Alumni Weekend moved to fall semester

By Pearl Webb Staff Reporter The annual Alumni Weekend is moving from summer to fall, after a recent decision by Park University, the alumni council, and the Alumni Association. Julie McCollum, director of alumni relations, says the move will be

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Alumni Weekend moved to fall semester

By Pearl Webb Staff Reporter The annual Alumni Weekend is moving from summer to fall, after a recent decision by Park University, the alumni council, and the Alumni Association. Julie McCollum, director of alumni relations, says the move will be