Students enrolled in Laura Janusik’s communications class at Rockhurst University are learning how to actively listen to other people. Monday night on the Country Club Plaza, they offered welcome ears to anyone who would stop and talk. Ally Rodriguez was one of the students who participated, holding a sign that read, “Wanna talk? I’ll listen.”
Students enrolled in Laura Janusik’s communications class at Rockhurst University are learning how to actively listen to other people. Monday night on the Country Club Plaza, they offered welcome ears to anyone who would stop and talk. Ally Rodriguez was one of the students who participated, holding a sign that read, “Wanna talk? I’ll listen.” ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com
Students enrolled in Laura Janusik’s communications class at Rockhurst University are learning how to actively listen to other people. Monday night on the Country Club Plaza, they offered welcome ears to anyone who would stop and talk. Ally Rodriguez was one of the students who participated, holding a sign that read, “Wanna talk? I’ll listen.” ALLISON LONG along@kcstar.com

Rockhurst University students lend their ears to strangers, no charge

May 04, 2015 09:11 PM

UPDATED May 04, 2015 10:39 PM

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