Stylus

The ‘Call Of Duty’ franchise is still a success from 2007

Alec Walworth, Staff Reporter

February 9, 2015

Another year has passed which means another “Call of Duty” has dropped. They have changed the mechanics to reinvigorate the classic formula “Call of Duty” is known for and works for the most part. The story is engrossing...

Author’s reception set for March 31

Alec Walworth, Staff Reporter

February 9, 2015

If you are interested in learning more about what Park University faculty and staff has been up to with their writing and research, then the 9th annual Author’s Reception is the place to be. The event will be held from 3 p.m....

Clean humor in ‘Paddington’ brings fresh family laugh

Zach Olmstead, Staff Reporter

February 9, 2015

Rating: 3 1/2 Stars (Out of Four) When I first saw the previews for “Paddington,” I was rather unimpressed. It looked like just another Disney-esque family film adapted from a series of children’s books with hardly any...

Radzynski named Concertmaster for philharmonic

Jason Holland, Staff Reporter

February 9, 2015

For hours a day, David Radzynski practices his violin in the classrooms beneath the sanctuary of the Graham Tyler Memorial Chapel. You can hear him in the morning playing complex pieces somewhere in the maze of classrooms, the...

Last year filled with healthy dose of good flicks

Zach Olmstead, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2015

Last year was a good year for movies thanks to a healthy dose of indie flicks and the fact Hollywood may be getting their act together – at least in some areas. I was unable to watch everything I’d hoped for by the time...

‘Secret Ponchos’ is game for casual multiplayer enthusiasts

Alec Walworth, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2015

“Secret Ponchos” is an experience unlike anything else in the twin stick shooter genre, such as “Super Stardust” or “Dead Nation”. Its dependence on multiplayer and the lack of any standalone single-player campaign...

Ful-time artist presents work at Campenella

Chloé Durand, Culture Editor

January 23, 2015

The first exhibit at the Campanella Gallery this spring semester introduces a full-time artist Laura Nugent. Nugent’s paintings displayed in the gallery in the library are focused on geometrical forms, mostly lines with several...

Speakers discuss promoting peace in various fields at symposium

Elizabeth Orosco, Culture Editor

December 19, 2014

Students and staff gathered Nov. 25 inside the McCoy Meetin’ House for the Promoting Peace Symposium, an event hosted as part of Park University’s International Education Week. The symposium focused on the relevance of promoting...

Holiday classics can spice up your break

Zach Olmstead, Staff Reporter

December 19, 2014

For this issue’s review, I thought a closer look at my favorite holiday movies was in order. Here are my thoughts on a few classic gems. “It’s a Wonderful Life” (1946) I think we can all agree this is THE definitiv...

Students remember Christmas Truce

Alexandria Phillips, Staff Reporter

December 19, 2014

In December of 1914, the men of World War I found themselves in cold, muddy trenches along the Western Front. But on the Dec. 24, they found a little slice of peace in their own living hell. This day is known as the Christmas...

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