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
Student Body Presidential Candidates sparred over their visions for the school and discussed their views on campus community, council focus, and the permissibility of talking in the library.
Clinical psychologist explains anxiety-based disorders, treatment options and resources for students.
Koby Jackson and Eddie Vanzandt have announced their intentions to run for Student Body President and three other candidates were approved by Dean Leedy.Read More
Jennifer Ingraham will be a rising junior in the fall and has announced her intentions to run for Student Body President.Read More
Josiah Simons, a 21-year-old junior, President of the House of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and soccer team captain, entered the Student Body President race on Wednesday.Read More
The first formal announcement for the SBP election comes from rising-junior Blake Ashley.Read More
Internships in the fashion industry are easy to come by, but careers in fashion are a different story.Read More
The King’s College spread out throughout the city to serve the people of New York this past Saturday on the college’s fifth annual Day of Service.
King’s own culture club, Celebramus Cultura, is striving to start conversations on campus that encourage cultural awareness.Read More
The King’s College men’s and women’s basketball teams prepare for the season and face challenges.Read More
Men’s basketball team endures tough match against difficult opponents.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.”
Between homework, mandatory events and dress code, do King’s students have time for rest?
This year the Interregnum 12-Hour Film Festival replaced the historic opening competition, the reading test.
A loss against SUNY ESF ends the most successful season with reflecting on how they got there and what they’re looking forward to in the fall.Read More
Read more about the magical bookstore featured in the major motion picture, You’ve Got Mail.Read More
Judges pick a winner to conclude The King’s College’s first 12-hour Interregnum film festival.
A defeat of 5-0 will bring King’s to face an old competitor, who has also been eliminated.Read More
No students from the college were harmed.Read More