Chartwells Steps Up Its Game

  On campus catering provider, Chartwells Catering, has implemented a number of successful programs this semester. Here is a list of some of their successes. Further, join Chartwells TONIGHT for the last pub night of the year. 1. Luau Last week in TMDR, Chartwells hosted their first ever Luau, including a roasted pig. Students got […]

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Congratulations to the 2016-17 Senators

Congratulations to the Student Senators for the 2016-17 school year! The Executive Board and committee assignments will be announced on April 27th. President: Zachary Pohlman Vice President: Abby Bergman General Senators:  Annika Lewis Ben Franco Bev Ziegler Daniel Mitchell Deyanara Solis Heather Counts Justine Berezensev Kelsey Keady Leah Dionisi Maddie Corrao Matt Baker Matt Rancilio […]

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Oath of Inclusion Brought to Rockhurst by Student Senate

Rockhurst University’s Oath of Inclusion We, as students, form a diverse and vibrant university community. We do not enter into this community by proximity, but by virtue of a shared Jesuit vision – to pursue higher truths, obtain greater knowledge and strive for a better world. In this endeavor, we do not succeed by our individual […]

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It’s Housing Time!

It’s Housing Time! It’s that time of year again Hawks: the housing application has been released! BUT WAIT! Before you start running through your residence halls trying to get dibs on the best roommates, get to know your on-campus options. Because living in the right place can make all the difference. Xavier- Loyola Hall (a.k.a. […]

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6 Things You Won’t Want To Miss This Semester

Another Christmas/winter break has come and gone, much too fast as always, and it’s time to kick off semester number two. The Spring semester always holds much in store in terms of extracurricular activities, social events, and, of course, exams. In between studying for midterms and writing another paper (probably the night before it’s due), the […]

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Overcoming Oppression

As students at a Jesuit institution, we are challenged to be in the pursuit for wisdom. At some point though, the truth wisdom reveals might make us uncomfortable. On Friday, November 13th, Rockhurst students experienced just that when they participated in Residence Life’s Beyond Words: Tunnel of Oppression. This program, hosted annually by the Residence Life department, aims […]

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Love Food Not Waste

Don’t you hate in the mornings when the cafeteria has the sausage patties instead of sausage links? Whatever you made the best of the situation and settled for a breakfast sandwich made with a biscuit, the sausage and some eggs; you did not eat it all and left about half of it on your plate. […]

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Student Activity Fee Information

  As the Fall semester continues to fly by, students and their organizations will want to soon think about requesting funds for next semester from the Student Activity Fee Budgeting Committee. With the exception of few things, not much as changed in the requesting process from last year.  Our biggest change for this year is […]

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Pilot Housing Project Coming Soon

Plans for new townhouse-esk living quarters are in the works, and these plans are quickly becoming a reality. A few weeks ago, Matt Heinrich, Dr. Matt Quick, and Mark Hetzler revealed the proposed floor plans for a new living hall that could quite possibly be available to Rockhurst students as early as August 2016. This […]

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Senate BBQ A Success

The inevitable time has come and gone for new students at Rockhurst University: saying the final goodbye to parents. Some cry and some celebrate, but on Sunday night, all new Rockhurst Hawks rallied! And they rallied well… The Student Senate provided a free BBQ dinner to all new and returning students courtesy of Chartwells catering. The […]

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