Mental health and wellness involves finding a balance in all aspects of life, including physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. King's is committed to supporting all students, staff, and faculty in reaching their highest potential, and that includes providing a multitude of wellness resources available on campus.
Featured in this issue is a look at the Jack.org King's Chapter, local mental health resources, and plant-based recipes to start your new year off right! Also included are several creative pieces, including short fiction and both traditional and magnet poetry.
King's Players Theatre Company Presents: Heathers the Musical
January 29-February 1
King’s Players Theatre Company is excited to announce that this year’s musical will be “Heathers.” Heathers The Musical is the darkly delicious story of Veronica Sawyer, a brainy, beautiful teenage misfit who hustles her way into the most powerful and ruthless clique at Westerberg High: the Heathers.
Let's stop asking ourselves who we want to be in the future and start thinking about the kinds of problems we want to solve, and then how we develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities to work on those problems.
Women Studies 1020E is collecting items for SafeSpace London, which is a volunteer-run support centre for sex workers, allies, and women in crisis (trans-inclusive). Donations needed are menstrual products, non-perishable foods, winter apparel, blankets, etc. They can be dropped off in LH 201 or DL 210.
King’s is pleased to announce King’s Commons on Richmond, new apartment-style residences that will be available in Fall 2020, located at the corner of Richmond Street and Epworth Ave. Students will be able to choose an eight-month residence option for $8,900 with optional meal plan.