“Ghost of Tsushima” is an open-world adventure game that takes place in Japan during the Mongolian invasion. The writers at Sucker Punch Productions (The development company) paint a picture of a fictional story during the historic invasion of the Mongol empire. The story takes place on Tsushima island from the point of view of Jin Sakai, the leader of the Sakai clan, whose goal is … Continue reading Ghost of Tsushima-Review
Kai Barnes College basketball is right around the corner and the top teams in the country are looking to redeem themselves after the season abruptly ended before the March Madness tournament could even begin. Although the new season is ahead of them, new restrictions due to COVID-19 will make this season very different from previous seasons and some questions are raised. Despite how … Continue reading 2020-2021 College Basketball Season Preview
Haunted houses are one of the most popular places to go during the Halloween season. Due to COVID-19, they might be look very different from last year. Some of your favorite haunted houses such as The Beast and The Edge Of Hell are planning to open soon with the addition of many COVID-19 precautions. With nearly 35,000 total COVID cases reported since March, Kansas City … Continue reading Haunted Houses in a Pandemic
After 3 years, R&B/Soul singer and songwriter Bryson Tiller released the album, “A N N I V E R S A R Y”, on October 2nd, 2020. The album can easily be inferred as a sequel to Tiller’s 2015 album, “T R A P S O U L” considering that both covers are essentially the same design besides one being red-themed and the other, blue … Continue reading ANNIVERSARY Album Review
Rockhurst Basketball is one of the most popular sports at Rockhurst in both student attendance and student participation. Rockhurst’s skill level and student engagement will definitely look different this year. Coach Campbell and the Hawklets will look at the disappointing season last year and hope to capitalize on it, being a Senior-led team. Junior Miles White, Seniors Mason Thompson, John-Michael Gyllenborg, and Ben Walsh all … Continue reading Looking Ahead – Rockhurst Basketball
Quinn Stoy is a member of the Prep News staff with many interest in and outside of Rockhurst. Stoy started his life at Rockhurst as a sophomore, transferring from The Barstow School. Although Stoy already knew many people at the school, it was not as expected. Teachers and classmates were much more genuine and kind than expected and the school environment was very different from … Continue reading Quinn Stoy
Meet sophomore staff member Lukas Pittman. After completing an interview with Pittman. Pittman began his academic career by attending St.Tarese up north. It is a shorter distance to his house than Rockhurst which results in a longer drive time. He is involved in the cross country team and the debate program at Rockhurst. Pittman enjoys running for Rockhurst to stay healthy and debates because many … Continue reading Lukas Pittman Virtual Interview
With the recent COVID-19 outbreak, there have been many changes made to the learning format at Rockhurst High School. Things like masks, social distancing, and the new block schedule have made it more difficult for students to thrive in a social environment. These new changes have left many questions unanswered for a lot of people, one being: “Will we have clubs this year and what … Continue reading Will Clubs Be Possible This Year?
The COVID-19 virus will most definitely go down as the most bizarre pandemics in human history. With our society being as advanced as it is, and how easily we were able to spread the information of Coronavirus precautions, there is no doubt that this event will be the most heavily documented pandemic to ever occur. But this begs the question, how will we recuperate from … Continue reading How Will We Recover From Covid?
Louie Curran, is a junior and a member of the Prep News Online Staff. Curran attended Visitation and ultimately decided to attend Rockhurst High School because both is dad and brother went here as well. Curran was a member of the Junior Blues rugby team up until he brutally injured his leg. Curran’s favorite class so far this year is P.E. because of the fun … Continue reading Louie Curran- Prep News Staff Member