In the midst of a lecture regarding unity and peacemaking last night at Redeemer Presbyterian Church , an unnamed troll account cultivated chaos and discord.Read More
Gothic Renaissance is not a Halloween store. It’s Union Square’s destination for the goth kids who are unafraid and wear their hearts on their sleeves, according to owner Tony Bianchi.Read More
The Spring Concert was the first time Abbie Roper has been back on stage in NYC since being in Nashville last fall; allowing her to debut some of her new pieces she worked on while away.
Tim Goeglein concludes the 2018-19 Presidential Lecture Series with a word about God’s instruction for the lives of his people and an encouragement for the student body.
King’s security guard, Thomas, opens up and shares about his childhood. Thomas had to face loss, racism, and instability from a very early age. However, sports brought a great form of stability into his life.Read More
Chris Cragin-Day, an MCA professor at King’s, is proud to wear her faith and admiration of women on her sleeve.Read More
Freshman Sophia Williams juggles her first year in college along with a full-time modeling career.Read More
The contentious issue of Trump’s wall has elicited strong responses from Americans, and King’s students, all over the political spectrum.
Brazenhead books initially started as an established bookstore in Brooklyn then evolving into a pop-up, illegal salon in apartments around Manhattan.
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
The Jonas Brothers, a teen-pop sensation from the early 2000s, is back with their single ‘Sucker’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
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.
SoFar Sounds in New York City is reinventing the live performance experience through intimate and spontaneous hidden concerts.Read More
After two intense weeks of campaigning, the race for student body president has been narrowed to just two candidates.Read More
A-list parties are happening in the China Chalet across from The King’s College.Read More
Long Island City is no longer a prime location for a new headquarters after politicians have vocalized strong opposition to the tech-giant’s plan to move into the Big Apple.