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Campenella Gallery

Cheyenne McGinnis, Reporter

December 5, 2017

Filed under Feature

Hanging in the Campanella Gallery is a story of paintings. One might overlook the meaning and the work that went into it, but for Rita Guile, art is more than just shapes and colors. “A few years ago, I received an album of...

Queso Quest

Cheyenne McGinnis, Reporter

December 5, 2017

Filed under Feature

Chipotle, one of the best creations since the microwave, can do no wrong. I mean, other than that E. coli outbreak which we will conveniently overlook for the time being. It has been a staple in fast food for years, and it is...

Kansas City man exonerated after 17 years of prison

Jon Hokenson, Reporter

December 1, 2017

Filed under Feature

After serving 17 years in prison, Richard Jones was exonerated in June of this year. With his help, the Midwest Innocence Project was able to identify the true perpetrator of the crime he was accused of, and he was cleared of the charges. “I’m just happy to be home,” said Jones. Jo...

Fright Night 2K17

Fright Night 2K17

November 19, 2017

Veteran wins Kansas City Chiefs’ truck contest

Arron Riffle, Reporter

November 13, 2017

Filed under Feature

Laura Albate, senior graphic design major, was honored at the Chief game on Oct. 30 during the salute to serve. During the Chiefs game with the Denver Broncos, Albate was taken out onto the field and awarded a new Ford F-150 ...

Park’s Crimson dancers persist

Cheyenne McGinnis, Reporter

September 29, 2017

Filed under Feature, Sports

School spirit comes easy for Park’s Crimson Dancers, but not without a struggling start to get there. Park didn’t always have a dance squad. It wasn’t until senior broadcasting major Abigail Jeans introduced the idea after...

Campanella Exhibit

Campanella Exhibit

Derrius Ivy, Reporter

September 22, 2017

Filed under Art, Culture, Feature, Showcase, University News

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