The King's College's replacement of the CAMS learning management system with Schoology—officially implemented at the beginning of the spring semester—has prompted mostly enthusiastic reaction from The King’s College community, faculty and students alike.
With toilet paper gripped in her tiny hands, a young girl named Ellen Hunter rips apart the roll, piece by piece. Most kids like to play and make a mess, but this six year old is making a product. She takes the pieces of toilet paper and, along with a little bit of scotch tape, creates the perfect miniature wedding dress for Barbie’s big wedding day.
Cocooned in the bosom of two monolithic mountains, lies the most technologically advanced human civilization on record: Wakanda. This fictional nation from director Ryan Coogler’s, Black Panther, is self-sustaining and isolationist. Which is fine, because the city is all-encompassing with eccentrically curved skyscrapers, a magnetic-levitation and hyperloop transit system, ethereal usage of flora, a plethora of ethnic diversity from the individual tribes of the state, and a noble philosopher king.
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