Terrorism against religious communities unintentionally unites peoples of faith, transcending cultural, theological divides.Read More
After unveiling a plethora of products at their March Keynote, Apple’s promotion of privacy is a breath of fresh air to customers.Read More
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 tradition of Lent can help foster spiritual growth.
The season transcends sacred and secular lines.
Less than a month after newly appointed California Governor, Gavin Newsom, announced plans for a data dividend for consumer, the topic of consumer data monetization is reignited. But, “The Big Five” have other plans.Read More
A year after YouTube was scrutinized for monetizing inappropriate content involving minors, the platform is still struggling to quell the practice.Read More
Netflix just announced the service will be increasing monthly prices from $11 to $13.Read More
Both New York City and Northern Virginia were selected to hold the tech titan’s HQ2 camp.
At the Humanities and Philosophy majors meeting on Thursday, October 18th, King’s alum Bria Sandford answers questions about editing internships and how The King’s College prepared her to work for a top-tier publisher.Read More
Snapchat stock took a hit. But, how does the primary target audience feel about the future of Snapchat?
Recent events prove that what happens in the past is not guaranteed to stay in the past.
Title IX is must be handled in a timely manner, but what good does that do?
Students living in Greenwich housing face new problems as the mold test returns positive.
Trump met with Poland’s President Andrzej Duda.
The meeting was a dud for Duda.
Also, “Fort Trump”
The new frontier of tech startups in America are being hindered by government regulations. Hiring foreign talent is extremely difficult for these companies.Read More
King’s Students piled into the City Room on Friday, September 14, to hear Dr. Ethan Campbell talk about his new book, “The Gawain-poet and the Fourteenth-Century English Anticlerical Tradition”.Read More
King’s students have moved across the street from CityPoint, Brooklyn. Sometimes finding a good, cheap place to eat may be difficult, so here are some options for students.Read More
C.S. Lewis expert Michael Ward spoke on his thesis that each of the Chronicles of Narnia represent one of the seven heavens of Medieval cosmology on March 12th.Read More
Cocooned in the bosom of two monolithic mountains, lies the most technologically advanced human civilization on record: Wakanda. This fictional nation from director Ryan Coogler’s, Black Panther, is self-sustaining and isolationist. Which is fine, because the city is all-encompassing with eccentrically curved skyscrapers, a magnetic-levitation and hyperloop transit system, ethereal usage of flora, a plethora of ethnic diversity from the individual tribes of the state, and a noble philosopher king.Read More
Governor Cuomo and the MTA just gave away $2.5 million dollars to eight “geniuses” who proposed solutions to fix the long-standing problems of the New York subway system. The MTA announced the recipients of the award on March 9.Read More
Make your voting decision as simple as possible by using the EST's candidate guide, made to help you get to know the 2018-2019 SBP candidates.Read More