First Amendment debate: college students voice their opinions on hate speech

Emilie Heston, Editor-in-Chief

November 14, 2017

Park University is known for many core values, and one of the most crucial, according to the administration, is the value of diversity. At Park, that value of diversity has included accepting those from places all over the wor...

Free textbooks could be the future at Park

Jon Hokenson, Reporter

October 20, 2017

Northwest Missouri State, Avila University, South Georgia Tech and Tidewater Community College are all schools that are experimenting with zero cost text programs. These programs seek out electronic textbooks, digital direct access,...

Campanella Exhibit

Campanella Exhibit

Derrius Ivy, Reporter

September 22, 2017

Criminal Justice Department Offers Free Text Books

Jon Hokenson, Reporter

September 13, 2017

Textbooks are troublingly expensive. That's not exactly a radical statement. According to the College Board, books and supplies will cost students at four-year institutions about $1,250. However, finding solutions to this trouble...

University invites students to submit comments for accreditation

Emilie Heston, Editor-in-Chief

September 8, 2017

President Gunderson has invited Park’s student body to submit public comments about the university to The Higher Learning Commission. Like all institutions, Park is periodically evaluated on standards, quality of education...


Steven Oxley and Dayana Plaisime, Reporter

March 31, 2017

The 2017 United States tax season is coming to the halfway point as millions of Americans must file their taxes to see if they get a refund from the federal and state governments or own money to the federal and state government. Per...

Immigration Teach-In at Park

Immigration Teach-In at Park

Dayana Plaisime and Cicely Nguyen

February 22, 2017

Student newspaper of Park University