The Sentinel

Trendsetting: 2018 Christmas edition

Mary Grace Harris, Staff Writer

November 29, 2018

Christmas decor and party outfits are everywhere this time of year, but have they changed from this year to last? Last year the Christmas decor was minimalistic according to Huffington Post , involving earth tones and shades...

Film Review: “The Meg” Doesn’t Bite

Stockton Grunewald, Staff Writer

September 24, 2018

Shark films are a hit or miss. They can be a big risk for studios but have proven, at times, to be well worth the investment. Already a popular novel series, “The Meg” appeared to have all the makings of the former – but...

Review: Hamburger Mary’s, a place for good eats and good fun

Celina Ornelas, Staff Writer

September 7, 2018

When you first see the sign for Hamburger Mary’s, located along Broadway, you don’t think much of it. But after you enter, you find it filled with old movie posters and a lot of glittery things. I entered this bar and grille...

Review: ‘Isle of Dogs,’ a film for dog-lovers

Jonathan McCaslin, Staff Writer

August 20, 2018

Okay, so we know Wes Anderson is both a brilliant writer and director. His original screenplay for "Moonrise Kingdom" was nominated for an Oscar in 2013 and his directing skills earned him a Best Director nomination in 2015 for...

Ask Iggy: Here are the best coffee shops to explore in Kansas City this summer

Iggy Jo, Advice Columnist

May 10, 2018

Summer's just around the corner, which means it's time to start hunting for a coffee shop to help yourself stay refreshed while you read your favorite book. The National Coffee Association says that 54 percent of Americans...

Ask Iggy: Long distance relationships and battling preconceived notions

Iggy Jo, Advice Columnist

May 4, 2018

Hi Iggy Jo, Q: How do you keep a romance alive? I am in a stable relationship, but we don’t get to see each other that often. What are some ways to stay connected though you may be apart? A: Many students in college ...

When guests come to campus, why aren’t students given access to the parking they pay for?

Kori Hines, Columnist

February 21, 2018

I, like other Rockhurst students, made my way to campus this past Monday to find the number of available parking spots even more restricted than usual. When I entered campus from 54th St. and Troost Ave., I made my way dow...

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