The Fault Lines of a Gender Earthquake

The last few years have been labeled the “Transgender moment “ by activists and opponents alike. While it has brought transgender people to kitchen table discussions, it has done little to inform others about a condition known as “Gender Dysphoria.” As society increases in acceptance, the umbrella term “transgender” has grown to encompass so much that the category remains practically meaningless.

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OpinionAdelynn Campbell
All the King's Men

Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Winston Churchill, C.S. Lewis, and Ronald Reagan—these four namesakes represent masculinity, chivalry, honor and courage. They are historical male figures embodying a culture each House at The King’s College strives to cultivate, but understanding what a male should be at this school is not so straight-forward. Each student has their own perception on what traits a man should hold.

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CampusTrivette Knowles
Rugby Club Tackles Student Athlete Stress

The King’s College once predominantly churned out students who wore full suits to school and aspired to become lawyers. As the school has grown, so has the diversity of the student body’s preference for career fields and extracurricular activities. Now nearly 20 percent of students participate in athletics—still not everyone wants to wake up at five o’clock in the morning to go to practice in Brooklyn or spend hours in busses traveling to games outside the city.

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CampusJared Neikirk
On the Search

The search is what anyone would undertake if he were not sunk in the everydayness of his own life. To become aware of the possibility of the search is to be onto something. Not to be onto something is to be in despair.” -Walker Percy, The Moviegoer

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OpinionJordan Chin
Evolution of Compassion

Charles Darwin, the father of natural selection, thinks that compassion is humanity’s strongest evolutionary instinct. In the Descent of Man, he declared that “those communities, which included the greatest number of the most compassionate members, would flourish best.”

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OpinionJordan Chin
Protestants Need a Dose of Catholicism

Protestantism needs a dose of Catholicism. I say this not in an effort to reprimand Protestants, but rather to draw attention to some of the beautiful practices of the Catholic church. It is difficult to put a finger on the Protestant church and what each denomination needs, but, as a Protestant myself, I realize that it can be easy to put Catholicism into a box and stereotype its followers for “worshipping Mary” or “praying to saints”.

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OpinionDamaris Parry