Missed the King's Players' production of Catch Me If You Can? Read all about the performance, the atmosphere, and its testament to the creative in this review by Molly Fisher and Natalie Larios.
As we approach these last few weeks of classes, Duke Daniel Osei reminds us of four ways we can achieve good self-care in order to ride the waves of life.
Michelangelo Pepe provides a recap of how King's celebrated the ninth annual Bell Let's Talk Day, which seeks to raise awareness on mental health and end the all-too-common attached stigma.
The Volunteer Fair is an opportunity for networking and getting involved in the local community. Check out Matt Trenholm's recap of the various ways you can volunteer!
Natalie Larios sat down with King's Players president David Carlson and director Thalia Ranjbar to get a behind-the-scenes look into the theatre company and spring musical, Catch Me If You Can .
Matt Trenholm shares his volunteering experiences to highlight the benefit it has for all humanity.
Nathaly Rodriguez-Garro provides a poetic review on the bi-weekly Coffee House from January 9, 2019.
Adrian Flaherty gives a recap on the hilarious, timely, and parody play Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead.
A recap of the Gatsby-inspired King's Ball 2018 event.
HBK Gay is a student-run event that seeks to foster a sense of community, inclusion, and acceptance of all people.