Stylus

Chesnut Hall gains new Resident Assistant this spring

Airik Leon, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2015

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Sadie Mohr has a love of napping and binge-watching Netflix. She is a fan of cheesy jokes and avid listener of the The Mamas & the Papas. If this sounds like the lifestyle of a college student – you would be right but...

IT department welcomes new help desk staff

Airik Leon, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2015

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New years often bring new faces and during this spring semester Park’s Information Technology department made a new addition to the team in Edward Austin, who is a new help desk coordinator. In order to make your way to Austin’s...

New English professor brings fresh insights

Elizabeth Orosco, Features Editor

January 23, 2015

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The office walls are barren, except for three framed diplomas hanging above the desk: a bachelor’s degree from Truman State, a master’s degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and a doctorate from Ohio State. The...

Non-traditional student works for social change

Elizabeth Orosco, Culture Editor

December 19, 2014

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She sat across the table at the downtown diner, her hands motioning with every word she spoke. Her brown hair was pulled back in a simple ponytail, brushing against the shoulders of her grey sweatshirt. The colors in her neon...

Reyes pursues quality for all through leadership

Rita Stottlemyre, Staff Reporter

December 19, 2014

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Park University senior Diana Reyes defines feminism as the idea of creating equal opportunities for men and women. She says she is proud feminist and the new student leader for an organization focused on equity and education for...

Music serves as muse for International student

Grant Malone, Staff Reporter

December 19, 2014

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Music is just something to listen to for many but to Park University senior Andreas Tabu Muntu, it’s a talent and passion. With big plans ahead, Muntu looks to showcase his other talent to the masses. “I like to do music,”...

Athlete finds new avenue for passion in music

Halie Wilsey, Staff Reporter

December 19, 2014

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It’s 3:52 p.m. and Park University student and classical violin major Laurel Gagnon throws her head back in laughter as she tries to teach how hands need to move to play the violin. “Other side, nope, that hand’s wrong,”...

Mohr expresses viewpoint on world in photos

Peter Apostolopoulos, Staff Reporter

December 19, 2014

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Park University sophomore Max Mohr sat in a green hooded sweatshirt and pajama bottoms on a brisk Kansas City evening. Each person who walked through the Chesnut Hall lobby stopped by his table to chat and say hello. Walking...

Student travels to broaden horizon

Brittany Duke, Staff Reporter

November 25, 2014

Filed under Feature, Showcase

  A desire to travel started senior year of high school for Alex Phillips, who was involved in the People to People program. While in the program she had the opportunity to travel outside of the United States for the first...

Hunter devoted to his bicycling goals

Adrienne Strobel, Staff Reporter

November 25, 2014

Filed under Feature, Showcase

Jonathan D. Hunter takes a seat in the plastic chair on the first floor of Thompson Commons. He is wearing a bright blue shirt that says, “Don’t Just Ride, Bike MS” in bold lettering. Black framed glasses cover his eyes...

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