By Kelsey Corley
Check out the New Kayseean Staff
Three new talented reporters have been added to the Kayseean staff this semester. Be sure to check out their profiles here on the Kayseean website and look out for some of their upcoming stories including a report on the Freshman DC trip, more influential student profiles, and further additions to the Halloween series!
King Fest to be Hosted this Weekend
This Saturday, October 16th, King will be hosting its annual King Fest in celebration of Family and Alumni Weekend. There will be an assortment of fun fall activities for all ages, ranging from pumpkin decorating to axe throwing, complete with delicious food and sporting events. Activities will begin at 12 PM and will last through the evening. All the King community is welcome, so be sure to join the fun!
Catch Up with the King Institute for Faith and Culture
King Alumna and award-winning author, Kathrine Paterson, will join the King Institute speaker series on Monday October 18th, at Memorial chapel. Paterson is the author of over 30 books but is perhaps best known for her beloved children’s novels such as “The Bridge to Terabithia”, “Jacob Have I Loved”, and “The Great Gilly Hopkins.” Paterson’s talk is one 10 remaining opportunities to receive CCS credits through chapel or convocation.
Flu Shot Clinic on Campus
Thursday, October 21st, the Office of Student Affairs will be offerings a flu shot clinic on campus. The clinic will be located in the Study corridor of the Student Center and will last from 10 am to 3pm. Those wishing to receive a flu shot, as is recommended by the CDC, visit the Office of Student affairs to complete paperwork prior to next Thursday.
Volunteers Needed for Help Portrait
The annual Help Portrait event has been providing high quality family photos to many families in the local area for over nine years. This year, the event will be held on November 13th, in the Bristol Public Library from 9am to 4pm. Volunteers are needed for an array of jobs within the event such as helping participants sign up, putting together and taking down equipment, putting the portraits and gift bags together, and much more. All volunteers are welcome, and time at the event will count towards CCS credit. For more information on how to get involved, contact Professor Lee Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.