Dark money and vendettas: a lobbyist’s attempt to change Title IX

Kalie Strain, Editor-in-chief

May 1, 2019

The elections of presidents and senators in our national government are full of drama and action. The drama of national-level politics leaves state congresses firmly in the shadows. Not many people know what is going on in Jefferson...

Park’s support of autism goes beyond April

Park University is being proactive in offering help for students with autism.

Sam Pryke, Reporter

April 24, 2019

Anxiety causes stress and setbacks among college students

Kalie Strain, Editor-in-chief

April 13, 2019

“It really sucks when you have to go to a teacher you really respect and really look up to and... you got to ask them [for an extension] and tell them that you let them down,” said Connor Jones, a senior multimedia journalism...

Tips for surviving the stress of online classes

Shelby Adkins, Reporter

March 27, 2019

Spring II online classes began this week, and that can bring rising stress levels for students. For some, this clean slate of a new class will soon become disheveled with overwhelming course loads, procrastinated papers and...

Flooding causes havoc across the Midwest

English Landing Park completely underwater as a result of the harsh weather conditions this winter

Sam Pryke, Reporter

March 26, 2019

Park student has the best of both worlds

Sadie and Charlie back in Kansas City before they head to Thailand in April

Sam Pryke, Reporter

March 26, 2019

Student newspaper of Park University