Category Archives: Opinion

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

#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

Kony 2012 just the beginning

By Jordan Wandfluh Editor     On March 5, 2012 a powerful message went viral through the Internet. The message: To bring awareness of Joseph Kony, a Ugandan guerrilla group leader and head of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). Kony has captured

Kony 2012 just the beginning

By Jordan Wandfluh Editor     On March 5, 2012 a powerful message went viral through the Internet. The message: To bring awareness of Joseph Kony, a Ugandan guerrilla group leader and head of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). Kony has captured

Intuition versus instruction

By Dylan Brown Staff Reporter Imagine yourself, staring at an equation in algebra class thinking about how effortless things would be with the aid of a calculator (especially if you had the $100 one).  Suddenly you revert back to the

Intuition versus instruction

By Dylan Brown Staff Reporter Imagine yourself, staring at an equation in algebra class thinking about how effortless things would be with the aid of a calculator (especially if you had the $100 one).  Suddenly you revert back to the

False realities equal false dreams

By Kendal Pickett Opinion Editor While watching television recently, I had the profound realization that there are so many babies and pregnant woman on television. I’m not talking about TLC or the OWN network, but MTV and ABC Family. Why

False realities equal false dreams

By Kendal Pickett Opinion Editor While watching television recently, I had the profound realization that there are so many babies and pregnant woman on television. I’m not talking about TLC or the OWN network, but MTV and ABC Family. Why

Fiscal responsibility important for students

By Max Miller Sports Editor One thing every student has to go through is learning to manage finances. When you graduate college, you will be expected to repay your loans, be fiscally responsible, and become an independent adult. Each student

Fiscal responsibility important for students

By Max Miller Sports Editor One thing every student has to go through is learning to manage finances. When you graduate college, you will be expected to repay your loans, be fiscally responsible, and become an independent adult. Each student