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  • At 12:30 on November 16,  The King’s College opened the doors to The O’Keeffe Student Union, made possible through the donation of Clara O’Keeffe, providing a new space for students […]

    Behind the Glass: A Preview of the O’Keeffe Student Union

    At 12:30 on November 16,  The King’s College opened the doors to The O’Keeffe Student Union, made possible through the donation of Clara O'Keeffe, providing a new space for students to study and spend laytime. Prior to the ribbon cutting, a few faculty members stated their excitement, read Bible verses and mentioned many of the…

  • On November 10 I watched the fourth Republican debate, which, insofar as fourth things go, was at times as enjoyable as eating your fourth pint of Haagen Dazs, while at […]

    The Gap Between Rhetoric and Reality: Which Party Best Manages the Economy?

    On November 10 I watched the fourth Republican debate, which, insofar as fourth things go, was at times as enjoyable as eating your fourth pint of Haagen Dazs, while at others was as intellectually stimulating as the fourth Alvin and the Chipmunks movie, "Road Chip." During the debate, Carly Fiorina was asked how the GOP can…

  • The 2016 presidential election is quickly becoming the year of the outsider, and Texas senator Ted Cruz is positioning himself as the most-outside of the insiders. Cruz has made a […]

    Candidate Profile: Ted Cruz

    The 2016 presidential election is quickly becoming the year of the outsider, and Texas senator Ted Cruz is positioning himself as the most-outside of the insiders. Cruz has made a name for himself staging government shutdowns and chastising the “Washington Cartel” for corruption and bureaucracy, and as Donald Trump begins the long fall from the…

  • Moving on can be hard. Whether it’s something as arbitrary as the end of a great book or as significant as graduating from college, there’s something frightening about being thrust […]

    It’s Time to Let Go of the Oxford Comma

    Moving on can be hard. Whether it’s something as arbitrary as the end of a great book or as significant as graduating from college, there’s something frightening about being thrust out into a world of possibilities and uncertainty. But there’s also something freeing and exciting about it. When we come to the end of a…

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  • Dr. Josh Blander, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, will spend the Fall 2016 semester exploring moral, religious, and intellectual humility as a Visiting Research Fellow at Biola University’s Center for Christian […]

    Dr. Blander Awarded Fellowship from Biola University’s Center for Christian Thought

    Dr. Josh Blander, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, will spend the Fall 2016 semester exploring moral, religious, and intellectual humility as a Visiting Research Fellow at Biola University’s Center for Christian Thought (CCT). This week, the CCT announced Blander to be one of 8 Visiting Research Fellows for the 2016-2017 year, themed, “Humility: Moral, Religious, and Intellectual.”…

  • On March 18, the Metropolitan Museum of Art opened the Met Breuer.  Designed by Marcel Breuer in 1963, the building is a Brutalist structure and the former location of the […]

    Opening Week at the Met Breuer

    On March 18, the Metropolitan Museum of Art opened the Met Breuer.  Designed by Marcel Breuer in 1963, the building is a Brutalist structure and the former location of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Much like Wright’s design for the Guggenheim, the Met Breuer’s distinct modernist style (which includes inverted windows and a staircase…

  • Make sure to check out this week’s episode! Hear some of our students talk about Interregnum, check out why Bill Clinton was on campus last week, and find out who […]

    Weekly Bull: Interregnum, Clinton on campus, and Exec elections

    Make sure to check out this week's episode! Hear some of our students talk about Interregnum, check out why Bill Clinton was on campus last week, and find out who won the Ten Boom and Reagan elections, all on this week's episode of The Weekly Bull!

  • As the Democratic Primary raged on into April, former President Bill Clinton addressed the United Federation of Teachers at their headquarters at 52 Broadway. While Secretary Clinton’s opponent Senator Sanders led a […]

    Bill Clinton Rallies at AFT for Hillary, Urges NYC Voter Turnout

    As the Democratic Primary raged on into April, former President Bill Clinton addressed the United Federation of Teachers at their headquarters at 52 Broadway. While Secretary Clinton's opponent Senator Sanders led a rally in the Bronx on March 31, Clinton's husband looked to help knock Sanders out of the race on home turf in Manhattan. In July,…

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