SoFar Sounds in New York City is reinventing the live performance experience through intimate and spontaneous hidden concerts.Read More
King’s students, staff, and faculty members received a proposal in their email inboxes last week with an online petition to filter out porn on the college’s WiFi.Read More
The Women’s March had its lowest turnout yet, but protestors remain optimistic about the movement.Read More
Right in the heart of the Financial District, residents have moved in— with their dogs that leave a stream of pee flowing down the brick road.Read More
In a historical election, Staten Island (NY-11) voted Democrat, a district that held the last Republican seat in the city.Read More
Luke Borchelt, or popularly known as Airbud, released his most recent single, “When You Wake Up” on September 15, 2018.Read More
In a difficult academic environment such as The King’s College, take a break from studying and enjoy these must-see New York City comedy clubs.Read More
Money can be tight for students.
When students feign poorness, their fellow peers who financially struggle may feel like their problems are diminished.
“I believe it is our school’s responsibility to examine whether or not the responsibilities of Chamberlains are healthy for them or the student body.” Student Body President Brandon Smith said.Read More
It was freshman year. I had $35 in my bank account, and no idea how to cook for myself. I ventured with my roommate down Exchange Place hoping my card wouldn’t get declined wherever we’d end up for dinner. We noticed a bright colored sign that read, “Weekday Special. Two slices of cheese pizza with a small drink for $4.99.”Read More
On Saturday, February 24th, 2018, over 100 students, faculty, and guests gathered in the City Room at The King’s College for the second-annual Starlight Art Night. The event celebrated Black History Month with encounter art inspired by the Harlem Renaissance and The Great Migration. Starlight Art Night began last year, under The Table’s leadership of Tatiana Lanier, Angel Boyd, Enoma Osakue, Taylor Johnson, and Koby Jackson.Read More
Whilst the Student Body Presidential election is drawing to an end, questions have been raised throughout about the LGBTQ+ Discussion Group becoming an official student organization, the administration’s interactions with the group, and their voice at The King’s College.Read More