Millennials are overworking themselves— and they’re proud of it.
But what’s the cost?
Brazenhead books initially started as an established bookstore in Brooklyn then evolving into a pop-up, illegal salon in apartments around Manhattan.
A gym business model based on core values attracts customers.Read More
Political leaders Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Elizabeth Warren made headlines in the tech world with ideas of taxes up to 90 percent and breaking up the tech elite.Read More
Islamic and Mormon notions of polygamy find root in something other than desire and lust.
Critique of abusive marital relationships should not be limited to non-nuclear marriages.
The tradition of Lent can help foster spiritual growth.
The season transcends sacred and secular lines.
The Jonas Brothers, a teen-pop sensation from the early 2000s, is back with their single ‘Sucker’Read More
Despite calls by some pastors who have labeled yoga “demonic,” many Christian students at King’s do it regularly as part of their regular workout regimenRead More
Less than a month after newly appointed California Governor, Gavin Newsom, announced plans for a data dividend for consumer, the topic of consumer data monetization is reignited. But, “The Big Five” have other plans.Read More
Dr. Dru Johnson explains the power of rituals in overcoming uncertain circumstances as he launches his new book “Human Rites.“Read More
The House of C.S. Lewis will remain in first place after the House of Susan B. Anthony celebrates their first place finish, but otherwise the competition significantly alters House Cup standings.Read More
A year after YouTube was scrutinized for monetizing inappropriate content involving minors, the platform is still struggling to quell the practice.Read More
Students at King’s who suffer from autoimmune diseases said each day can be challenging – often forced to deal with chronic pain – while having to balance battling the ailment with trying to do well in school.Read More
The King’s College explores issues of class, race, and how America should respond to its history of slavery.
The National Stationery Show brings together all ages to celebrate the newest trends and products.
While New York Restaurant Week is successful in capturing the business of adults and food-lovers across the city, it seems to struggle to attract a younger demographic: college students.Read More
Ride-sharing apps such as Uber and Lyft have seen increase use among King’s students who said they find it to be a safe and convenient option than the subway on weekends and late at night.
Koby Jackson was announced as the student body president for the 2019-2020 school year.
SoFar Sounds in New York City is reinventing the live performance experience through intimate and spontaneous hidden concerts.Read More
Students should be represented in the conversation.
Or at least, updated throughout the process.