The House of C. S. Lewis wins the Interregnum and House Cups but, SBA wins the Final Debate.Read More
The King’s College explores issues of class, race, and how America should respond to its history of slavery.
Internships in the fashion industry are easy to come by, but careers in fashion are a different story.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.”
This year the Interregnum 12-Hour Film Festival replaced the historic opening competition, the reading test.
Judges pick a winner to conclude The King’s College’s first 12-hour Interregnum film festival.
One woman’s courage to make her voice known changed the tracks of history.Read More
Assistant Professor of English and Writing, Kelly Lehtonen, has a passion for people, literature, and hopes to pass this same passion on to her students.Read More
Benjamin White, Assistant Instructor of Biblical Studies at The King’s College, was inspired by the powers of grace to dedicate his vocational career to unpacking what grace is and how it has shaped the pages of history.Read More
The Honor Code has been a central aspect to life at the King’s College. However, as the student body evolves and grows, students have become divided on whether the Honor Code at King’s is beneficial or detrimental to student life.Read More
Nightlife is endless in New York City. For a college student on a budget, however, the city most definitely has a bedtime. When ramen noodles are the only thing in the pantry, and the refrigerator is close to bare, it’s difficult for students to find something to do on a Friday night that doesn’t break the bank.Or maybe, we are simply not looking in the right places. The other day, I saw four different art exhibitions in one night. I mixed and mingled with art curators, hipsters, and all it cost me was a subway ride. Here is where I ended up.Read More
“Othello” and “Twelfth Night” will return to the stage this summer at the renowned Delacorte Theater as part of The Public Theater’s annual series in Central Park. The “Free Shakespeare in the Park” shows offers theater lovers – New Yorkers and tourists alike – the chance to enjoy high-quality performances among the park’s sylvan setting.Read More
The Media, Culture and the Arts Department at the King’s College has spent the last four weeks preparing for their third annual Spring Musical, “Floyd Collins,” which is opening this Thursday night.“I’m really excited that the MCA department is putting this on,” said senior Zeke Ward, playing Floyd Collins. “Having a department-wide support in the arts is really a game changer.”Read More