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Stylus Staff gives insight into personal Hollywood favorites

November 7, 2014

The Stylus recently completed interviews with some of its staff members about their favorite Hollywood movies. Here are those interviews: What is your favorite movie and why? Kalli Cheffey, editor-in-chief: “The Artist”...

Club offers students chance to advance communication skills

Kalli Cheffey, Editor-In-Chief

November 7, 2014

Park University’s Communication Connection Club has been busy this semester, kicking off their year with a ramen cook-off event on Oct. 29 in the Copley Quad kitchen. The organization also participated in Park’s annual...

Peace promoted for Uganda at conference

Elizabeth Orosco, Culture Editor

November 7, 2014

Steven Youngblood, director of the Center for Global Peace Journalism and associate professor at Park University, spoke at a conference held at Johnson County Community College on Saturday, titled “Culture of Forgiveness: Peacebuilding...

Students share opinions on favorite movies, Hollywood

Zach Olmstead, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2014

The Stylus recently completed interviews with students about their favorite movies. Here are those interviews: What is your favorite movie and why? Taylor Miller, sophomore: “The Notebook”. I like “The Notebook”...

River Read Children’s Literature Festival held

Elizabeth Orosco, Culture Editor

October 29, 2014

Park University hosted hundreds of fourth- and fifth-grade students from the North Kansas City School District at the River Read Children’s Literature Festival Oct. 14. The children were given the opportunity to meet and...

Park University students honor Latasha Green

Elizabeth Orosco, Culture Editor

October 29, 2014

In honor of former employee Latasha Green, Park University’s Modern Language Club decorated an altar at Mattie Rhodes Hispanic Center. The memorial is in observation of Dia de los Muertos, a celebration by Latin American cultures...

‘A Walk Among the Tombstones’ surprisingly rich, interesting

Zach Olmstead, Staff Reporter

October 14, 2014

Rating: 3 Stars (Out of Four) Liam Neeson is certainly a talented actor but you wouldn’t know that if you are only familiar with his less than impressive recent body of work. It ranges anywhere from generic (“Non-Stop”)...

Students have opportunity to spend spring break serving community, making difference

Sarah Stout, Opinion Editor

October 14, 2014

Fall break is here and even though the spring semester seems light years away, it’s time to consider how to spend your time during spring break. Park University is offering students opportunity to travel through the school...

International students connect during Culture Hour

Elizabeth Orosco, Culture Editor

October 14, 2014

Park University is home to students from all corners of the world. International students are valuable to Park, which promises to “prepare a diverse community of learners to think critically, communicate effectively, demonstrate...

‘The Drop’ couples suspense, depth into captivation thriller on screen

Zach Olmstead, Staff Reporter

September 26, 2014

Rating: 2 1/2 Stars (Out of Four) Dennis Lehane may be one of the luckiest authors alive – having not just one but four of his stories adapted into good films. And since he wrote this one himself from one of his short...

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