Do we really believe that perfection is overrated?
What is the relationship between faith and academic pursuit? For Galileo, Newton, and Dr. Hershey, the evidence for faith is sufficient to sustain rational, Christian belief.
Surrender is the first and most important step in discerning what to do in life.
You are not defined by your profession or by your major,” says Dr. Jared Pincin, Associate Professor of Economics at The King’s College. “You’re defined by the image that God has implanted onto you.”
Good stewardship, budget management, and student loans. Oh my!
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.
Grades do not define your success as a student. And yet, after a semester of hard work, it is important to know where you stand at the end of the semester. Today, we are talking about how to find your final grades.
This semester, we have discussed productivity at great length. Productivity is a necessary skill that allows us to work well, stewarding our time, energy, and responsibilities to the best of our ability. In the final installment of “How to Get Things Done in College,” Matt Perman is discussing how Cal Newport’s idea of “deep work” can help us become productive humans.