King's Students Write for Admissions Blog
Articles Detail the Experiences of a New York City College Student
"When I graduated from high school, my mom told me, ‘Time is going to start moving really fast from here on out!’ I kind of nodded and laughed, trying to agree, but I had no idea what she meant until this semester." This is the beginning of a blog post by Lauren Schuhmacher, which goes on to discuss how perceptions of time can change in college. Lauren is part of Admissions Department student blogging team, and contributes her pieces to the official student blog of The King's College.
Throughout the school year, King’s students publish their thoughts on every aspect of college life. Topics include: New York City, food choices, leisure time, classes, adventures, and a general lack of sleep! Together, these students make up The King’s College student blogging team. Their diverse topics and perspectives paint a personal picture of what it means to be a King’s student in the most powerful city on earth.
Interested in an introvert’s take on the city? Check out Elizabeth Brown's writing. Worried about money management? Jared Umberger provides some tips for fiscal prudence. Sarah Buzzelli and Jeremiah Gill are also returning writers. Four new bloggers will also be joining the team this semester: Kelly Cannon, Allison O’Donnell, Kristie Garrell, and Alex Ige.
The Student Blog is an excellent resource for prospective students, curious parents, and everyone in between. It’s a stage for the creativity of King’s students who want their message to inspire and encourage prospective students, and new posts for the 2013-2014 school year began this week. The official website is updated regularly with new content, so be sure to check back each week.
In the heart of New York City, The King's College is an accredited, Christian liberal arts college. Using a biblical worldview and great works in politics, philosophy, and economics, we are educating the next generation of leaders for America and the world.
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