Valentine’s Day may have been two weeks ago, but your House Scholars love learning all year long! In […]
Having half of your classes predetermined for you is few people’s selling point for King’s. Yet, according to Phillip Reeves, Senior PPE major and regular contributor to King’s 101, the robust knowledge this adds to all potential courses of study is powerful.
Intentional sabbath rejects this ever-present notion that we must move faster, hustle harder, and do more.
Phillip Reeves, frequent contributor to King’s 101 and City Engagement Coordinator, reflects on service and learning during his King’s career.
We are in the home stretch of the fall semester. Congratulations! Today, Abby Murphy, Junior in the House of Corrie ten Boom, explains her strategy for managing the stress and expectations of final exam preparations.
Not all studying is equal. Your goal here is information retention. Phillip Reeves argues, the better the environment you complete your homework in, the better prepared you will be for studying later for quizzes and exams.
What happens when you receive your first quiz and it is not what you anticipated– what thoughts plague your mind? Hear what Abigail Murphy, Junior Humanities major in the House of Corrie ten Boom, has to say about how to stray away from those discouraging and preventative thoughts.
Where is the balance between the responsibility of classwork and the freedom of exploration? Is college an endless tradeoff between enjoying your life and thoroughly engaging with your classes? According to Phillip Reeves, Senior PPE major in the House of Ronald Reagan, your education is best supported by having a life outside the classroom.
Life in college presents many opportunities to get involved. How can you know what to say yes to? It’s a matter of priorities, according to Anna Wood, Director of Student Orgs on the Student Cabinet.
Can you imagine what it will be like to have finished your first year at King’s and to be anticipating your return next fall? We asked upper-level students for their thoughts on exactly that.