KOUTELAS: Royals turn on speed at the right time

How does one put into words what happened at Kauffman Stadium on Monday night? One can mention any combination of words: stunning, amazing, dumbfounding. But none of those words can really give any justice to the Royals walk off win against the Chicago White Sox.  The Kansas City Royals are are deep into the playoff race. At this point, their record sits at 82-67, and … Continue reading KOUTELAS: Royals turn on speed at the right time

AGNELLO: Putting on the skirt one last time

I remember four years ago when I was a tiny freshman, and I went to my first home football game as a Rockhurst student.  I may have been towered over by seniors like Clayton Guy, but I felt like I was the coolest person for wearing a skirt for the Braveheart theme. There were St. Teresa’s and Sion girls whom I was probably trying to show … Continue reading AGNELLO: Putting on the skirt one last time

SAVAGE: Working nine-to-five and what I learned

This summer, I had the great opportunity to work as an intern for a private equity real estate firm in Kansas City that is run by two Rockhurst grads. Understandably, this sounds like prison for many high school students. But because I have always been interested in business and finance, it was an incredible experience from which I learned many valuable lessons. While I did … Continue reading SAVAGE: Working nine-to-five and what I learned

SLAYMAKER: Chiefs missed opportunity in week one

With the Chiefs’ performance on Sunday, Kansas City fans have already started reading analysis of college stars like Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston and others to revamp the team. While this may seem grim, the reality is simple enough: the Chiefs got beaten badly by one of the worst teams on their schedules. Kansas City entered the season with much more hype than they did last … Continue reading SLAYMAKER: Chiefs missed opportunity in week one

Opinion: Bob Stutman Presentation

You are tired of hearing about drugs, and for good reason. The sphere of the average Rockhurst student’s life is constantly flooded with information regarding drugs and alcohol. Our school’s implementation of a health and wellness policy that encompasses regular drug and alcohol testing has forced the issue into the spotlight and has only intensified the barrage of information. We are buried in rumors from … Continue reading Opinion: Bob Stutman Presentation