Global Landscapes Conference

King’s College hosted their global landscapes conference in which students were able to present on addressing solutions to current national and international conflicts. WRKC’s Sean Krutsick decided to use this program as a method to interview several students across the campus to gather their views on the issues discussed.

Sean Krutsick is a reporter for WRKC and covers King’s College and it’s community. Follow the station on Twitter @885WRKC

Student Spotlight: Cara Medwick

In just a few weeks the King’s College class of 2015 will walk the stage at graduation and prepare themselves for the bright future that lies ahead of them. WRKC’s Anothony Tallarido asked accomplished senior Mass Communications major Cara Medwick to reflect on her past four years at the campus.

Anthony Tallarido is a reporter for WRKC and covers King’s College and it’s community. Follow the station on Twitter @885WRKC

King’s College Theatre Department celebrates Shakespeare Anniversary

King’s College wouldn’t quite be itself without it’s incredible theater department, which consists of numerous students and staff members who work their absolute hardest on stage and behind the scenes to bring about some of the best theatre performances one could attend. Every year, the department has a beautiful Shakespeare play to commemorate the brilliant playwright. This year, the campus is already celebrating their 65th anniversary of their renditions of Shakespeare’s greatest works. WRKC’s Greg Adams has the story.

Greg Adams is a reporter for WRKC and covers King’s College and it’s community. Follow the station on Twitter @885WRKC

The Week of The Young Child

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Danny Thomas, Founder of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital once said “No man stands so tall as when he stoops to help a child”. Bishop Joseph Bambera, Bishop of The Diocese of Scranton took these words to heart by visiting the Wilkes Barre Catholic Youth Center.  He met with children and staff of their daycare program to spread words of joy and peace, and even read a book to preschoolers who were part of the program. WRKC’s Program Director Eryn Harvey has more on the humble Bishop’s heartwarming story.

Eryn Harvey is the Program Director for WRKC and covers King’s College and it’s community. Follow the station on Twitter @885WRKC and Harvey @ErynHarvey

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015 King’s Idol Finale

Over the past few months King’s College students have been singing their hearts out in hope to be the next King’s Idol winner.  WRKC News Director Kristina Atienza has the story.

Kristina Atienza is the News Director for WRKC and covers King’s College and it’s community. Follow the station on Twitter @885WRKC and Atienza @SupaBennyAka

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