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Students invited to participate in symposium

Shane Wise, Staff Reporter

December 6, 2013

The Park University 9th Annual Student Research and Creative Arts Symposium will be held on the Parkville Campus this spring and students are encouraged to submit their creative works. The event will be held April 7-10, 2014...

Student gamer reviews Grand Theft Auto V

Alec Walworth, Staff Reporter

November 23, 2013

Grand Theft Auto as a series is known for many things but the main element that is present is the freedom to do what you want and the sandbox that you are given to do it in. The main story focuses on three main characters which th...

Role-playing club comes alive for students interested in games

Shane Wise, Staff Reporter

November 23, 2013

If you are looking for a club at Park University to get involved in and you like gaming, role-playing and creative thinking – then the Guild is just the club for you. The Guild is a gaming club where there are role- playing...

Employees remember JFK assassination

Karen Heather Eckman, Culture Editor

November 23, 2013

At 1 p.m. 50 years ago President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. Kennedy was the United States 35thPresident and the fourth and last President who has been assassinated while in office. Some facu...

The five movies college students need to watch

Zach Olmstead, Staff Columnist

November 8, 2013

Sleeper (1973) Political satire and screwball comedy have never been quite so well combined than in this film, which is made even funnier by a highly kinetic Jazz soundtrack. Miles Monroe played by Woody Allen, a health food...

Park University faculty member has newest book published

Shane Wise, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2013

Debra McArthur, who is Park University Director of Academic Support Services, has recently published a new book titled “A Voice for Kanzas.” McArthur is an author who enjoys writing books for children and young adults....

Campanella exhibit focuses on cars

Amber Kenney, Staff Reporter

November 8, 2013

Enjoy looking at photography? Have a break between class and not sure how to spend the available time? Stop by the Campanella Gallery in the McAfee Memorial Library and check out the current exhibit. Bill Eickhorst is an adjunct...

The film industry is whitewashing movies, suppressing racial diversity

Zach Olmstead, Staff Columnist

October 25, 2013

*Warning: Spoilers Ahead. Do not read if you haven’t seen “Iron Man 3” or “Star Trek into Darkness.” A new trend has emerged in Hollywood that could very well change the future of movies for the worse. It is a phenomenon...

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