Nick Hakim- Green Twins- It is rare that such a broad range of influences and genres culminate into such a cohesive and solid album, but Nick Hakim manages to do it. Born in D.C., Hakim was inspired by the music of his parents: Marvin Gaye, The Clash, and even South American folk music. The resultContinue reading “Top 5 Albums of 2017”
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A review of the Picasso Exhibit at the Nelson Atkins Art Gallery Time of actual tour: Anywhere from 45 mins to an hour ⭐⭐⭐⭐★ This exhibit is a free roaming tour, so how you speed through it is completely up to you. If you are having fun, then feel free to read every description ofContinue reading “Picasso Exhibit Review”
Located at 2 E 59th St in Brookside, The Children’s Place is an organization that helps develop children aged 6 weeks to 6 years that have undergone immense abuse and neglect. Rockhurst has had a strong presence at The Children’s Place every year for Senior Service. In 1976, the public awareness and conversation of childContinue reading “The Children’s Place”
Declan Shea and I will be at Cross-Lines Kansas City as our senior service project location. Cross-Lines mission statement is to “provide people in the Kansas City area affected by poverty with services and opportunities that encourage self-confidence, meet the needs of today, and provide the tools for future self-sufficiency.” I strongly believeContinue reading “Cross-Lines Kansas City”
Ah, it has finally come. Senior Service is finally here. That means along with all of the other seniors at Rockhurst, the seniors of the Prep News staff will be away for the first few weeks of January. You should have read my article in the Quarterly (and if you haven’t do we have beef?)Continue reading “Where are the seniors?”