catherine kings mission mark King’s College Unveils New Mission Mark

King’s College has begun a long-term rebranding process with the unveiling of its new Mission Mark. The mark will serve as a more focused representation of the college, relating directly to its educational mission and its ties to the Congregation of Holy Cross. At the same time, the new mark will help eliminate some of
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Rachel Yenkowski Alumna Yenkowski Expresses Passion for PA Program

One of the newest additions to the Physician Assistant department is Rachel Yenkowski. Even though Yenkowski is a Philadelphia native, she is no stranger to King’s.  Yenkowski graduated from the Physician Assistant program at King’s with her BS in 2004 and her MSPAS in 2005. She is now Assistant Clinical Faculty and Clinical Coordinator. Yenkowski
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The cast performs Sensation during the first act of Tommy. Tommy Sure Plays a Mean Pinball

Fans of the “Who” were not disappointed by King’s Theatre’s production of “Tommy,” which premiered on Oct. 1. This production proved to be a complete departure from what King’s has performed in the past, and it was well-received by its often sold-out audiences. A fully collaborative effort from the beginning, “Tommy’s” production reflects the professional
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Fr. Jack Ryan, president of King’s College, blesses the new King’s on the Square building. The blessing was part of the grand opening event for King’s on the Square, which was attended by King’s College officials and students, as well as local officials.					                                                                                                                         Catherine Aiello King’s College Celebrates the Opening of King’s on the Square

  King’s College officials and students and local officials came together on Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014 for the opening day of King’s on the Square. It was an exciting event to attend. Fr. Jack Ryan, president of King’s College, blessed the building and other officials had the chance to speak on behalf of the different
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saudinationalday Saudi Club Shares Culture at Saudi National Day Event

  On Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014, the Saudi Students Club of King’s College celebrated 84 years of development, civilization and the principles of Islam. They held their exhibition of the 84th National Day of Saudi Arabia in the campus center. They served traditional Saudi Arabian refreshments, told many stories about the history of Saudi Arabia
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colorsoccer Monarch Soccer Looking to Replicate Last Year’s Success

The King’s College men’s soccer team is starting to gain its stride on its hunt for a second consecutive Freedom Conference title. The Monarchs currently stand at 10-4-1 (2-1) and have just four regular season games remaining before they prepare for the Freedom Conference Playoffs in November. Right now, the Monarchs stand in a tie
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Monarchs Outlast FDU-Florham in Eventful Game

The King’s College men’s soccer team outlasted FDU-Florham Tuesday night 5-3 at McCarthy Stadium. King’s College repeated what it did against the Devils in last year’s Freedom Conference Championship game, a game which they topped the Devils and clinched a berth to the NCAA Tournament. The contest was a constant offensive pressure at both ends that
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Arts & Entertainment

apple cobbler iris Easy Autumn Apple Cobbler

With the temperatures dropping, all anyone’s thinking about are cozy sweaters, bonfires, and of course fall-themed desserts. This one is sure to warm your home (or apartment, or dorm) on a cold night, and it’s so easy anyone can enjoy it. Here’s what you need: -          7-8 large (about 9 cups) tart cooking apples (e.g.
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IMG_2812 Emerging Artists Exhibit Showcases Serious Talent

Walk into the Widmann Gallery to view the 12th Annual High School Emerging Artists Invitational Exhibit, and you would think you’re viewing the work of masters. The 33 works on display in the gallery at King’s College were created by different student artists from various schools throughout the area, including James M. Coughlin High School,
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Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney vowed to appeal Obamacare. (newyorker.com) Obamacare and College Students

President Obama’s Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been received by Americans with mixed reviews. Recently, colleges across the country have spoken out against the act, particularly in terms of student health plans and faculty insurance requirements. The ACA, commonly referred to as “Obamacare,” does carry benefits for young adults. Most notably, people in this age
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(Photo courtesy of villageoflexington.com) Where Do the Candidates Stand on the Environment?

It’s that time again. The presidential election season is full steam ahead, and with everyone debating who the better candidate is, we can forget some very important information that affects all life forms on this planet. Where does your candidate stand on the environment, and can they make the world a better place to live?
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