Parking closures and construction

Kalie Strain, Editor-in-chief

December 5, 2019

On Oct. 25 Park University’s Board of Trustees approved plans for the Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center. This building will be home to the College of Management. Construction began along the east side of campus’ NW...

Annual lecture questions American foreign policy

Kalie Strain, Editor-in-chief

October 3, 2019

Park University held its 27th annual Dr. Jerzy Hauptmann Distinguished Guest Lecture on Sept. 12. The annual Hauptmann Lecture began in 1982 to celebrate the contribution of Jerzy Hauptmann, Ph.D., to Park University. Hauptmann...

Books belong to everyone

Jon Hokenson, Editor

September 27, 2019

For more than 50 years, the last week in September has been Banned Book Week. Park University participated this year through events hosted by The Scribe, Spectrum and the university library. “In 2018, 483 books were banned, challenged or...

Lights out in lot N

Kalie Strain, Editor-in-chief

September 6, 2019

Students living in the Copley Quad dormitory have found their designated parking lot, lot N, to be covered in darkness at night. “Besides hitting cars or students, you always have to keep an eye out for other people,” said...

5 tips for navigating finals week

Shelby Adkins, Reporter

May 8, 2019

The stress of finals week can sneak up on college students. As the semester draws to a close, thoughts of summer crowd out everything else, and then – bam – finals week hits like a ton of bricks. Students often feel stressed...

AAUW: More than a college club

Shelby Adkins, Reporter

May 6, 2019

If you are looking for a way to empower and achieve equal rights for women, then The American Association of American Women is the student organization for you. AAUW is a national organization that has been around since the...

Freshmen strive to help the community

Shelby Adkins, Reporter

May 6, 2019

The freshmen members of Park University’s Honors Academy organized a food drive, collecting nearly a thousand items for Harvesters and the Pirate Pantry the week of April 15. As a requirement for their LE 100 class, the Honors...

Cheating scandal robs college students the most

Shelby Adkins, Reporter

May 6, 2019

Given the media attention, most everyone has probably heard about the college admissions scandal that was revealed  last month. In it, 50 people, including 33 parents, were charged with a variety of crimes, including mail fraud...

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