Right On Tynes | It’s always rumored to be great. It’s always rumored to be the best week of our young adulthood. And after landing in the exclusivity of the upper echelon of collegiate nightlife, 21 is basically all it’s cracked up to be. For the first week.
As I sat on the wooden barstool in a shaded, cramped pub on North Main Street, it finally hit me. Not the cold Yuengling inching it’s way down my throat, well, yeah, that too. But adulthood was finally tangible. It was more than surreal.
The best way to describe King’s 69-56 win over Penn State Hazleton is that it was a tale of two halves. The Monarchs shot a less than stellar 38% in the first half but in the second half, it was a different story. Led by underclassmen Dan Rutecki and Nate Oliver, the team shot a pretty 58 percent.
Behind the King’s College lion mascot, squirrels are the most popular animals on campus. The college has an unusual amount of squirrels for being in the middle of a city. Members of the King’s faculty tell us about their own encounters with the furry creatures. WRKC Program Director Eryn Harvey has the story.
The cost of food has become a hot topic of discussion on the King’s College campus. Some students are not satisfied with the quality of food for the price they are paying for it. Will there be changes coming in the future? WRKC News Director Kristina Atienza has the story.
Imagine training several times a week, traveling to competitions and events, while balancing school work all at once. This is something 2014 Paralympic bronze medalist Stephanie Jallen does almost every day. WRKC Sports Director Dan Lynch had the opportunity to sit down with Jallen.