The King’s hospitality club, Dele, hosted a panel to explore the questions surrounding animals and ethics. Dr. Anthony Bradley, Dr. David Tubbs, and Dr. David Talcott share their thoughts on the subject and explore how Christians should approach their diets.Read More
The Women’s March had its lowest turnout yet, but protestors remain optimistic about the movement.Read More
This place wants to change the world through social justice. But is it a religion?
King’s own culture club, Celebramus Cultura, is striving to start conversations on campus that encourage cultural awareness.Read More
Netflix just announced the service will be increasing monthly prices from $11 to $13.Read More
This magazine piece explores the similarities between the Muslim feast of Ashura and Christian celebrations.Read More
The King’s College men’s and women’s basketball teams prepare for the season and face challenges.Read More
The case for cooking as self-care.Read More
Right in the heart of the Financial District, residents have moved in— with their dogs that leave a stream of pee flowing down the brick road.Read More
Mars will not be seen for another two years in the night sky. Light pollution in New York City makes it almost impossible to see it, even when it’s out.Read More
Men’s basketball team endures tough match against difficult opponents.Read More
Dr. Sandy Ikeda explains the limitations of city planning and the importance of localized problem-solving.
How one TKC alum is using his skills as an independent film director to bring Christianity to the TV industry.Read More
The New York Times publishes column on 436 Albee Square West when tenants complain that their luxury building has been converted into a “dormitory.”
“At Eternity’s Gate” provides an intimate look at the life of Van Gogh.Read More
Everyone and everything is telling you not to shave (including your sleeping schedule). Don't listen to them (or yourself). Listen to me: You need to shave.Read More
Growing a beard can be an easy, fun and free way to express yourself. Beards are like tattoos, but basically free and less permanent.Read More
How are YouTube and social media platforms affecting life as we know it?Read More
Between homework, mandatory events and dress code, do King’s students have time for rest?
This year the Interregnum 12-Hour Film Festival replaced the historic opening competition, the reading test.