Nothing For Granted: From Uganda to New York City
The Souls of China: Pulitzer-Prize Winning Journalist Explores China’s Search for Spirituality
Educational opportunities are rare and limited for women in Uganda. But, for one lucky young woman, the opportunity of a lifetime was one which she did not pass up.
Brunch and Bougie, Manhattan: Four Top Places to Brunch
Journalism faculty of The King’s College sat down with a Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist to discuss his book on the resurge of religion in China after the Mao administration.
Keeping Up with the Council: Special 'Coup' Edition, Part Two
Weekend mornings in New York mean two things: sleeping in and going to brunch. The famous New York ritual of brunch is a “must” for New York City dwellers to try, from the chic crowds of brunch-goers to the myriad of ways one can whip up an egg.
Keeping Up with the King's Council: Special 'Coup' Edition, Part One
Student Body President Michael Martinez took hold of the gavel and called the new Council’s first official meeting to order.
Despite Demand, King's Summer Housing Finds Avoiding Vacancies a Tall Order
Before their final Council meeting, many House Presidents reminisced about their coup and how they felt going into their first meeting. Excitement filled the room as the new successors shuffled into the room.
SBP Martinez Announces 2017-2018 Cabinet Appointments
When students leave campus this May, The King’s College aims to rent its vacant apartments. According to King’s IRS 990 forms, doing so can bring somewhere between $770,000 to $1.5 million in annual revenue.
Political Art in the Age of Technology: The Whitney Biennial
Michael Martinez, 2017-2018 Student Body President of The King’s College, announced his appointments to cabinet via TKC Council’s Instagram.
Peter Kreeft and The Church's Common Ground: Returning to the Roots
On a cold, rainy Sunday, eager museum-goers crowded the entrance to the Whitney Museum of American Art to witness a biennial event showcasing 63 artists’ work.
The Most Reluctant Convert: For Those Already Converted
In the season of Lent, and the 500th anniversary of the Reformation this October, the state of the Church’s stability is undeniably relevant
Journalism At King's: A New Degree for a New Generation of Kingsians
Together, the technical elements and creative visions of McLean and Ken Denison (co-directors) result in an uplifting and informative 80-minute look into the spiritual life of C.S. Lewis.
Column: If Trump Was Black
With the McCandlish Phillips Journalism Institute on campus, The King’s College has steadily been earning a reputation as a leading Christian liberal arts school when it comes to training in journalism.
Keeping Up with The King's Council: When, Where and How to Get Your Dance On
From the start of his campaign to his inauguration, President Trump has presented himself as the champion of the “forgotten Americans.” The billionaire promised to save the White working class voters who were supposedly left behind by the Obama administration, voters who in turn delivered him the Presidency.
This Week in the City: Exhibition Opening, War Conference, Party, and Dance Class
The meeting started off with a prayer from Thatcher President Gabrielle Vickers.
This Week in the City: Paint Party, Women, Pipeline Politics, and Dance Showcase
The feeling of spring may have failed to arrive in New York City on its official date, but new events have sprung in the city! Check out a few rad things you can do without warm rays of sunshine, happening This Week in the City.
Op-Ed: Return 'City Engagement' to House Cup Competition
As you settle back into your academic routine and prepare to finish off this year like a boss, consider checking out these events happening This Week in the City.
Concerts You Should March to This Month
City engagement used to be a part of King’s year-long House Cup Competition, along with the GPA and basketball competitions.
House of Bonhoeffer Clinches House Cup With Historic Run
Word on the streets of Washington D.C (not confirmed) is that President Trump’s latest executive order could ban all concerts in NYC after March. Go to these shows before live music becomes illegal!
Virtual Reality Takes the Runway at NYFW Spring 2017
With one competition remaining, the House Cup is no longer up for grabs after an unprecedented performance by the House of Bonhoeffer this year.
This Week in the City: Workshop, Miami History, Open Mic and Passionate Women
On February 14, the third floor of the Samsung 837 flagship space in the Meatpacking District was filled with visitors experiencing Fashion Week like they had never seen it before, in virtual reality.
Whether midterms week is hitting you hard or it's a piece of cake, find your inner Einstein and Buddha by checking out these rad events happening This Week in the City.