Going to Trader Joe’s is an experience. I know I am not alone when I say I typically walk in with three things in mind and then walk out with a full bag of groceries. Here is a list of some products I’m obsessed with.Read More
King's is a Christian college, and, despite Ronnie’s many qualities and achievements, the man never exemplified Christianity per se--and when the bigoted words of a folk hero are unearthed, who can fault students for such a reaction?Read More
I love King’s, but it doesn’t love me back. I love it’s passion for learning, the house system, and it’s fervor for God. It doesn’t love my black.Read More
At King’s, house namesakes provide more than just a consistent face for a community. Rather, they help the members of a given house understand what their shared values look like in the real world.Read More
The Financial District isn’t necessarily the most exciting food scene in the city, but there are some stand-out places with coffee, bagels and slices pizza.Read More
You hear the cute phrase in times of distress: “Be optimistic!”Read More
The modern church is finding alternative ways of interpreting human sexuality and gender.
Controversy is not inherently heretical—heresy is inherently controversial.
“It’s basically a product of a Post-Christian world. We live in a time where we view the ideas present in each religion as a sort of religious buffet where we can take what we want and leave the rest,” said Dr. Benjamin White, religious studies professor at The King’s College.Read More
For Us, Peele takes advantage of the same formula that Get Out uses to spark dialogue on a deeper, psychological/sociological issue: the human condition.Read More
Only about 20% of the Debate Society is excited about debating for Interregnum, though about 80% of their debaters are planning on participating.Read More
Millennial investors have a fear of missing out.
LYFT’s stock looks a lot like the overpriced SNAP when it became public.
Terrorism against religious communities unintentionally unites peoples of faith, transcending cultural, theological divides.Read More
Millennials are overworking themselves— and they’re proud of it.
But what’s the cost?
Islamic and Mormon notions of polygamy find root in something other than desire and lust.
Critique of abusive marital relationships should not be limited to non-nuclear marriages.
The tradition of Lent can help foster spiritual growth.
The season transcends sacred and secular lines.
Students should be represented in the conversation.
Or at least, updated throughout the process.
Eliminating finals week demonstrates a lack of commitment to the King’s mission.
Finals week will be an intense amalgam of final tests, final papers, and final lectures.
College students should start learning about the financial world now.
Financial choices will come at a cost.
The Patriots are back in the Super Bowl
This is a poetic battle for the trophy.
Everyone and everything is telling you not to shave (including your sleeping schedule). Don't listen to them (or yourself). Listen to me: You need to shave.Read More