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.
This past weekend, Bristol, Tennessee, drew in over 30,000 people for the 22nd annual Rhythm & Roots. The festival, hosted by The Birthplace of Country Music, brings various music to the Tri-cities for one weekend. This year, the festival welcomed Castlewood Virginia natives, 49 Winchester, to the small town where they played two sets, one on Saturday and then one mega set on Sunday night.
As students begin to return to settle into school for the semester, that can only mean two things. The first is that it is time to hit the books hard, and the second is that the Tornado is back! After a long summer, it is time to start filling up those stands and cheering for your Tornado.
As we count down the days of the Spring semester, start preparing for finals, and say goodbye to the class of 2023, there is no shortage of things to look back upon from the year’s second half. In a year that has seemingly flown by, reflecting on another wonderful year at King is important!
King University is a diverse campus home to students from all walks of life. These students’ experiences, opinions, and preferences range far and wide. The Kayseean polled a small portion of the student body to get their views on current events, pizza toppings, and favorite classes.
At any college or university, a lack of food appeal within the dining hall is bound to happen to one at some point within a four-year tenure. King University is no different. However, specific tidbits can assist in the process of turning nothing into something. These tidbits are better known as hacks, and today we will learn how to hack the King University dining hall.