Park University art display, and other school notes

04/21/2014 10:59 AM

05/16/2014 3:48 PM

Park University

Artists featured:

Artwork by three Northland seniors will be on display from Sunday through May 18 at the Campanella Gallery on the Parkville campus.

Students featured are Elisha Bailey from Kansas City, North, Rachel Correll from Liberty and Katie Heidtbrink from Weston. All their work is based on photography.

A reception for the students will be from 4:30 to 6 p.m. April 30 in the gallery.

Winnetonka High School

Spring play:

“Rebel without a Cause” opens Thursday in the Little Theatre at Winnetonka High School.

Appearing in the play, based on the classic James Dean movie, are cast members Janae Bell, Samantha Comfort, Juli Cooley, Sean Daldrup, Katelyn Dubose, Karydan Elkins, Kole Evans, Alex Erisman, Maddie Fields, Kali Holman, Jerry Lewis, Michael Madison, Tin Nguyen, Taylor Perez, Kevin Purkaple, Scott Sharp, Hayley Sharpe, Yuki Sakata, Grace Schmidt, Eli Stenner, Ryan Sweeney, Tannar Walden, Ian Whittlesey, Kaitlynn Ward and Will Willhelm.

The play, set in the 1950s, deals with the emotional problems of young people.

The curtain rises at 7 p.m. and tickets are $5. Additional performances are Friday and May 1 and 2. For more information, call 816-413-5521.

Kansas State University

Student journalists:

Two Northland students were among winners in the 2014 Kansas Association of Broadcasters awards competition for scholastic radio and television programming events.

Caleb Jones, a senior in mass communications from Dearborn, won first place in personality air check on the campus radio station KSDB-FM.

Ben Oas, a senior in architecture from Kansas City, North, earned honorable mention in station promotion announcement.

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