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Ben Johnson speaks to sophomores and juniors April 19 in the auditorium. Johnson talked about the various ways high school students can avoid college debt.

Spreading knowledge on college

Alicia Mainjeni and Anya Panday April 20, 2023

One of the first guest speakers at Park since COVID-19, gathered sophomores and juniors in the auditorium and connected with seniors on Zoom to inform them about financial planning for college April 19. Guest...

Freshman Audrey Brown gives a suggestion for a potential speaker at MED club at the first meeting Sept. 17. The next MED club meeting will be Oct. 1 in A313.

MED club launches first meeting

Ruthie Posada September 22, 2019

The first Medical Education Development club meeting kicked off by giving members the opportunity to request potential guest speakers, according to senior and club leader Sofia Seewald. “I wanted...

Sophomore Steven Applequist and junior Morgan Graves reflect on the speakers words. Derek Turner visited natural helpers and spoke about his previous job.

Natural Helpers reflect on event

Katie Hardie and Sadie Yarosh December 9, 2018

Natural Helpers welcomed customer service employee Derek Turner from Wells Fargo this past week to learn more about helping others. According to Turner, Natural Helpers adviser Allison Luskey invited...

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