Helping Put the Ball in Their Court--Kings County Tennis League is Rebuilding Community Life in the Brooklyn Projects

With a cast on one hand and a bucket of tennis supplies in the other, Michael McCasland is as unassuming as a founder and president of a large nonprofit could be. The first one on the scene, McCasland makes trips back and forth from his U-haul to the newly refurbished tennis courts in the Sumner Housing Project in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. 

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TKC Volleyball Season Preview

High expectations are continuing to circle the King’s athletics community this season, as The King’s College Women’s Volleyball team is poised to have a breakout year. A year ago, King’s struggled, mightily, only earning one win during their eleven game season. However...

 

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Sports, FeaturedJoshua Sampson
TKC Men's Soccer Preview

"One year removed from a promising season, The King’s College Men’s Soccer team is ready to turn some heads.A season ago, King’s notched a respectable four wins on the year and remained competitive with the elite schools in the conference, despite having an ailing roster down the stretch..."

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Wednesday: Pro-Life Org Kick-off

At The King's College campus this school year, two students hope to open a discussion on the hotly debated topic of abortion. Students Abby Smith (‘20) and Abby Murphy (‘20) are kicking off a new pro-life student organization, Students For Life. 

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CampusSavannah White
The Empire State Tribune Announces Fall 2017 Managing Staff

The beginning of the school year brings a changing of the guard in the media organizations at The King’s College. A new staff will be occupying key roles for the Empire State Tribune (EST), Empire State Tribune TV (ESTv) and Empire State Tribune Magazine (EST Magazine) after the graduation or resignation of last year’s editors and staff.

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CampusAnne Sraders