Plans are being created for a joint concert of the King College Glee Club and the Sullins Chorus. This concert will take place sometimes during the week before Christmas holidays and the combined chorus will present Handel’s Oratorio “The Messiah”.
To trust the process is to rely that things will work out. You still must put the work in, but it is knowing that the work put in will result in something unique. This is, frankly, a terrifying process to trust in. But it is worth it in the long run. This is why I am writing this legit 3-step guide to trusting the process.
After a meeting on Tuesday morning, October 17, the King College faculty announced its approval of a student publication. Thee meeting was called by Acting President Garrison. Dr. Henry made the motion that the members of the faculty give their support and encouragement to the paper in any manner possible. This motion was unanimously approved.
*Republished from the March 1933 issue of The Kayseean
When navigating life, being as curious as an alien from Mars is beneficial. The college experience is dependent on how many questions you ask. We can be adventurous, try new things, experience diverse cultures, and experiment in other majors. Of course, asking the right questions is also crucial. When it comes to asking questions, Daniel Silliman (Journalist for Christianity Today) has some suggestions based on his experiences. In his visit to Convocation on Monday, he took us on a journey of his experience diving into the world of journalism. This left me with a sense of empowerment to be always more inquisitive about opening deeper conversations.
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.