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Betsy DeVos: A curse to American Public Education

Dayana Plaisime, Reporter

February 22

Filed under Opinion

Betsy DeVos was voted in by the senate as the nation’s secretary of education on Tuesday, February, 9, 2017. A wealthy republican with absolutely no experience in public education, DeVos’ nomination required a tie breaking...

America in the age of Trump

Janek Sunga, Senior Writer

February 7

Filed under Opinion, Trending

It seems hardly surprising that as soon as Donald Trump stepped into office that he began rapid-firing shots. Strictly speaking, these were not the first shots fired, however. Trump had been firing so many shots throughout his...

The Consequences of a White Lie

Dayana Plaisime, Reporter

February 7

Filed under Opinion, Trending

Sixty years after the murder of 14 year-old African American boy Emmett Till Mrs. Carolyn Bryant Donham admitted she fabricated that Till had whistled at her. Till was buying two cents worth of bubblegum when 21 year-old Donham fals...

We all have work to do

Nate Robinson, Staff Writer

November 29

Filed under Opinion, Trending

The weeks since the election have been incredibly emotional and trying. The contentious conversations and arguments seem infinite and utterly unproductive. If you possess a spine and stand for anything at all, surely you have...

Road tripping brings fun adventures on a budget

Janek Sunga, Staff Reporter

September 9

Filed under Opinion, Trending

At the time of going to press crude oil currently trades on international commodity markets at $49.53 per barrel. While the price of crude oil has been even lower this year, $49.53 is not that bad considering four years ago, crude...

Kenya not exactly what Americans think

Janek Sunga, Staff Reporter

April 10

Filed under Opinion

Last week, Park University held a Kenya Cultural Sharing event on campus. This was an event that was organized under the auspices of the International Student Admission Services (ISAS). ISAS organizes these events routinely and it i...

Money root of all college problems, decisions

Kalli Cheffey, Co-Editor

April 10

Filed under Opinion

Money has never been one of my favorite words. Sure, having it gives you reassurance in many aspects of life and helps you feel more financially stable. But does it have to be the root of most problems I face? In the last month or s...

Student misses easy route up stairs, favorite workout facility

Halie Wilsey, Staff Reporter

April 10

Filed under Opinion

From the first frost of the year to the first buds of spring, Park University closed off one of the stairways for students to get from the top of the hill near MacKay Hall to Copley Hall at the bottom. It was communicated to...

Changes can make us happy, leaps of faith courageous

Sarah Stout, Opinion Editor

April 10

Filed under Opinion

As Steinbeck once wrote in Of Mice & Men, “The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” But what exactly does this mean?  Everyone can interpret it differently but to me it means the difference between what we ...

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