Stylus

Park welcomes greek life on campus

Annika Ruskievicz, Editor

March 22, 2020

Park University offers many opportunities for students to join clubs and groups they are interested in. The opportunity grew in August 2019, when a group of friends decided to create a sorority for women to connect and better...

Racism and sexism seen through the lens of philosophy

Annika Ruskievicz, Editor

March 22, 2020

On Thursday Feb. 27 Park had a guest lecture by Ron Mallon, Ph.D., on the topic of racism and sexism through the eyes of philosophy.  This lecture was sponsored by Park’s department of History, Political Science and Interdis...

Smashing stereotypes on Veteran’s Day

Cynthia Clark, Reporter

December 12, 2019

On Nov. 11, America celebrated Veteran’s Day. As a veteran, life is different and interesting. Being a woman veteran – well, it is even more different. Park University has a variety of women veterans on campus, from retirees...

President calls forum to address communication

Jon Hokenson, Editor

December 6, 2019

Park University President Greg Gunderson, Ph.D., held a forum for all Parkville students on Nov. 25, in response to what he called a recent escalated conflict in the residence halls. The forum also addressed, to an extent, a specific...

Balancing Mexican and American cultures

Balancing Mexican and American cultures

Kalie Strain, Editor-in-chief

December 5, 2019

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...

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