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Library hours temporarily changed due to low staff

Heather Elwing-Dixon, Staff Reporter

The McAfee Memorial Library, located in the academic underground, has temporarily changed its hours of operation. The change in hours has come after a small bout of staff turnover of part-time librarians. “The impact library hours are that o...  Read More »

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Recent News Stories

Symposium

Research Symposium on campus April 6-9

April 10, 2015

The 10th annual Student Research and Creative Arts Symposium is set to start at 11 a.m. on Monday, April 6, in the McAfee Memorial Library. Th...  Read More »

Summer school

University to offer Summer School classes

April 10, 2015

This summer, Park University will offer a variety of classes to students including its new Buccaneer Summer Sessions. Timothy Westcott, associate professor ...  Read More »

oldKateCourt

Old Kate Court now complete, open for play

April 10, 2015

Park University celebrated the ribbon cutting ceremony officially opening the new Old Kate basketball court on March 20. The project has been ...  Read More »

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Italia

Lauren Hamilton, Campus Life Editor

During spring break of 2015, I had the amazing opportunity to take my first study abroad trip to Italy. The journey took me through Rome, the capital of Italy; Bologna, the ...  Read More »

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Ayla

Long road gives student new perspective

March 5, 2015

From her time as a Resident Assistant teaching international students about the ins-and-outs of Park, to navigating how to deal with life on her ow...  Read More »

Proffessor

Associate professor’s outreach fueled by passion

March 5, 2015

On the third floor of the Findlay-Wakefield Science Hall, atop the winding staircase, Gregory Claycomb, associate professor and program coordinat...  Read More »

twin

Student surprised by twin brother’s homecoming

March 5, 2015

We have all experienced the touching story of a father who is active in the military and able to have a triumphant homecoming surprise for his wif...  Read More »

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Men’s volleyball athletes attribute success to support

Men’s volleyball athletes attribute success to support

Peter Apostolopoulos

Softball freshman Shelby Bendure is a small town girl, who early on in her Park career has had a big time impact. Bendure hails from the outskirts of Liberty, Mo., whose l...  Read More »

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Recent Sports Stories

friends

Athletes should make more friends

April 10, 2015

softball

Softball freshman has impact on season, team

April 10, 2015

derek gordon

Gordon joins Kansas City Royals organization

March 5, 2015

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Women’s History Month lecture held

Women’s History Month lecture held

Lauren Hamilton, Campus Life Editor

Throughout history, women have played an integral part in shaping the events of the world, even if they didn’t always end up in history books. Since 1995, America has celebrated Wom...  Read More »

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Recent Culture Stories

art

Selected pieces from arts now on display

April 10, 2015

video game

‘Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number’ resembles original

April 10, 2015

book

Palahniuk compilation book interesting read

April 10, 2015

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