With all the stress and craziness of the past couple of weeks, it was easy to forget about Easter this Sunday. With little time left and little options of stores to go to, finding Easter gifts for the family may seem like an impossible task. However, there are many gifts that can be made atContinue reading “Quarantine Easter Gift Ideas”
Rockhurst students and faculty give their insight on what Mission Week means to them.
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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”
Ghouls, vampires, and creepy clowns are discussing their best scares in a fog-filled plaza. No, this isn’t your worst nightmare, but a scene of screamsters (volunteers and actors hired by Worlds of Fun for Halloween Haunt) at Halloween Haunt at Worlds of Fun. From mid-September to October 30th, the park constructs 14 different haunted houses, decoratesContinue reading “Halloween Haunt review”
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Q: Hiya Josh-O! What can I do to be cool like all those other kids? I wear my hat backwards and everything, but they just make fun of me! Thanks for your help, Timmy Turner. A: Don’t you have fairy godparents for stuff like that? Also, welcome to Rockhurst. I had no idea we hadContinue reading “Dear Josh: Column #2”
One trend with the internet and social media is that people online have a tendency to take things too far. This rings true for the latest social media trend: clown sightings. Despite horror movies, these makeup wearing jokesters are rarely dangerous. However, these clowns may have a more sinister goal. The frenzy began in Greenville,Continue reading “Sullivan: Clown epidemic should be taken seriously”
It can start as a simple argument, but it could end up dividing a family, a classroom or even a school. A word such as “gif” looks like it would be pronounced with a hard g, but the creator of the GIF format, Steve Wilhite, said, “The Oxford English Dictionary accepts both pronunciations. They areContinue reading “Survey: How do students pronounce certain words?”