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Italia

Lauren Hamilton, Campus Life Editor

April 10, 2015

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During spring break of 2015, I had the amazing opportunity to take my first study abroad trip to Italy. The journey took me through Rome, the capital of Italy; Bologna, the home of the oldest university in the Western world; Ferrara, ...

Long road gives student new perspective

Airik Leon, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2015

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From her time as a Resident Assistant teaching international students about the ins-and-outs of Park, to navigating how to deal with life on her own in Morocco, Ayla Parham is always learning new things. The Park University ju...

Associate professor’s outreach fueled by passion

Elizabeth Orosco, Features Editor

March 5, 2015

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On the third floor of the Findlay-Wakefield Science Hall, atop the winding staircase, Gregory Claycomb, associate professor and program coordinator of chemistry, sits in his office sifting through emails. A tall bookcase stretch...

Student surprised by twin brother’s homecoming

Kristine Kennedy, Staff Reporter

March 5, 2015

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We have all experienced the touching story of a father who is active in the military and able to have a triumphant homecoming surprise for his wife and children. It is an emotional experience for everyone involved including the...

Park student key to national championship

Airik Leon, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2015

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Wanessa Siqueura, graduate student at Park University said she couldn’t be happier than she is right now. While achieving her dream by working towards completing a degree in management and finance, she has also concluded a triumphant...

Adjunct professor assists community as CERT volunteer

Heather Elwing-Dixon, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2015

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If  you have taken communication classes in Copley Hall you might know Virgil “Rusty” Norris, senior instructor of communication arts and humanities and adjunct faculty program coordinator of communication. Norris is not...

Potthast, Curry debate the purpose of the universe

Airik Leon, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2015

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In the multi-purpose room located in the library, Adam Potthast, associate professor and chair of the philosophy department, and Pastor Eugene Curry, pastor of Park Hill Baptist Church, prepared a debate on whether or not the...

Counselor promotes Park to future students

Elizabeth Orosco, Features Editor

February 9, 2015

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Donned in a maroon and gold jacket, with a Park University pennant tacked to the wall in her office, it would appear that Lindsey Stubbs has always been a Park Pirate. Growing up in Camden Point, Mo., Stubbs attended North...

Student helps wife battle cancer while finishing degree

Airik Leon, Staff Reporter

February 9, 2015

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Amanda Krysa actively moved about the kitchen cooking ratatouille for her two sons, Parker and Preston. Her husband, Shawn Krysa, graduated from Park University in July 2014 with a communications degree in organizational leadership...

Alumna receives KCPD Medal of Valor

Airik Leon, Staff Reporter

February 9, 2015

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The sound of gun powder igniting echoes in the air. Officer Megan Gates, badge number 5534, thinks to herself, “Oh no, it can’t be.” Making her way around the caddy-cornered houses, she witnesses shots being fired into...

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