Building of the $100,000 addition to Sells Science Hall here at King got underway at five o’clock Tuesday afternoon, September 13, with the ground breaking ceremony. Mr. BP. Houston, who was a King College graduate in 1948 and is now a chemistry instructor here, is shown starting to life the first shovel of dirt to make the official start of the construction.
In this second and final installment of the Appalachian Folklore series, let’s take a look at the invisible side of the world and deep dive into the legends of fairies and spirits that flit and float from one place to the next. Are they omens, guides, or sources of luck? Do they seek to help, to harm, or are they simply mischievous?
Are you looking for service hours? All students need 12 CCS credit hours this semester, and the first 5 credits must be Chapel hours. You have the option to choose either service, convocation, or chapel for the remaining 7 hours. These are some opportunities to earn credits before the end of the semester.
*Republished from the March 2017 issue of The Kayseean
Dear King student, the editor of The Kayseean asked me to write an article on “how to make college worth it,” that is, how you might better your college experience and prepare for the future. I’m writing you a letter instead, because a letter tends to be more direct; I need to lay five things out in just a few words.