The Honor Council, comprised of King’s students and faculty is tasked with deciding the fate of students responsible for misbehavior — anything including academic dishonesty, harassment, theft, ethical, moral or legal infractions and failures uphold the standards in the Student Handbook — or, at least, students like Knudsen whom have gotten caught.Read More
The King’s College has announced the launch of the new Center for Hebraic Thought (CHT) directed by Dr. Dru Johnson last Monday.Read More
The first formal announcement for the SBP election comes from rising-junior Blake Ashley.Read More
Sketch artists, like Liz Williams, believe that there is a certain benefit of creating the scene through illustration rather than capturing a photo of the scene.Read More
“Beautiful Boy” is an unexpecting story of fatherly love.Read More
Students living in Greenwich housing face new problems as the mold test returns positive.
Mold or Mildew? Students Complaints Mounting About Greenwich housing.
Whether Dylan was part of any protest movement can be debated. But it’s no question how influential music has been in social movements over the last 50 years.Read More
The 90s is back and alive. The fashion saavy are rocking the baggy jeans and mini skirts once more.Read More
With toilet paper gripped in her tiny hands, a young girl named Ellen Hunter rips apart the roll, piece by piece. Most kids like to play and make a mess, but this six year old is making a product. She takes the pieces of toilet paper and, along with a little bit of scotch tape, creates the perfect miniature wedding dress for Barbie’s big wedding day.Read More
When the usual PB&J sandwich gets old, or the idea of swallowing another bite of Cucina Bene pizza makes you sick, there is another place to turn. Tucked away on the water-facing side of Hanover Square, a mere seven minute walk from school, there is a food truck palace.Read More
World travelers—or those aspiring to be—gathered at The New York Times’ 15 annual Travel Show at the Javits Center, where experts dished out their best globe-trotting tips. The event, held last month over three days, featured over 500 exhibitors from some 170 destinations – but it was a seminar held by the Frugal Traveler columnist Lucas Peterson, who gave advice to college students looking to travel on a budget this year.Read More
The book’s goal is to cast a light on the questions surrounding differing world religions, not to crank out an answer for all questions. Kreeft believes that one paramount lesson in philosophy is to admit we do not know the answers. As educated individuals, it is our duty to investigate and search for truth.Read More