Room 6:01 Student Blog

Room 6:01 is a gathering space in the Tower Residence on campus. Students meet in 6:01 to connect, take a break from their studies, have fun, and share their struggles. The Room 6:01 Blog is where current student bloggers Bianca, Lindsay, Kaleigh, and McKena, and share their campus experiences. They blog about tips for preparing for university, life on campus, living in residence, athletics, and the city of Edmonton.

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Winter I.S. Keynote Speaker Feature and the Benefits of I.S. at Home

Winter I.S. Keynote Speaker Feature and the Benefits of I.S. at Home

Posted on: Jan 19, 2021

With a New Year comes yet another enticing Interdisciplinary Conference! In the Fall semester I wrote about the changes to our Interdisciplinary Studies Conferences: for the first time the theme from…

The Wellness Room

The Wellness Room

Posted on: Jan 14, 2021

The Wellness Room is one of King’s numerous ways of taking care of students. It was recently added to campus as a place for students to rest and recuperate. It is located in the North Academic Wing…

How to Organize In-Person and Online Assignments

How to Organize In-Person and Online Assignments

Posted on: Jan 07, 2021

Happy New Year and welcome back! I hope everyone had a restful and food-filled holiday with lots of love. I cannot express how many challenges and learning opportunities 2020 was filled with but let me…

Hybrid Model Challenges and Benefits

Hybrid Model Challenges and Benefits

Posted on: Jan 05, 2021

As a student, this past semester has been quite strange and different. Learning online has been a challenge, but I have also really enjoyed the hybrid model, which allows students to work online with…

Virtual Teaching Tips for Education Students

Virtual Teaching Tips for Education Students

Posted on: Dec 29, 2020

Hello B.Ed students or students-to-be! One of the interesting concepts we learned in the Bachelor of Education program this year was understanding how to transition to online learning. What’s even more…

Campus Ministries: Why You Should Join a Small Group

Campus Ministries: Why You Should Join a Small Group

Posted on: Dec 22, 2020

When I decided to go to King’s, the Christian aspect had a major influence on my decision. I wanted to join a community that would support me and help me grow in my relationship with God. Since being…

Winter and Christmas at King's

Winter and Christmas at King's

Posted on: Dec 15, 2020

Merry Christmas! Each day that passes I get more and more excited for the holiday season! Our King’s campus is sharing the excitement as by creating many festivities for students to take part in and…

Health and Fitness Tips for Finals Season

Health and Fitness Tips for Finals Season

Posted on: Dec 08, 2020

With final exams quickly approaching, physical health and fitness is incredibly important. It can be difficult to find time and at this point, even a space to exercise and workout. Here are some tips…

Wellness Tuesday Feature: Jayleen Renneberg on Mindfulness

Wellness Tuesday Feature: Jayleen Renneberg on Mindfulness

Posted on: Dec 01, 2020

Welcome back to another Wellness Tuesday blog! The fall semester is winding down very quickly which means Christmas break is well on its way. However, before we hit the holidays, we first must pass through…

Program Feature: Computing Science

Program Feature: Computing Science

Posted on: Nov 24, 2020

These days, our electronics are becoming more important than ever. There’s no better time to invest into further understanding the technology that we so deeply rely on. Through the King’s computing…

After King's: What's New With Recent Alumni

After King's: What's New With Recent Alumni

Posted on: Nov 17, 2020

I am so motivated and inspired by the passions, interests, and stories of other King’s students, even after they’ve graduated! Today we have two King’s alumni who are going to share what they have…

Public Lectures and Public Access Courses

Public Lectures and Public Access Courses

Posted on: Nov 10, 2020

The inevitable long and cold winter is approaching, which means a lot of us are switching to indoor activities like reading and knitting. If you find that you’re not sure how to spend your time indoors,…

Wellness Tuesday: Tips to Boost Your Immune System

Wellness Tuesday: Tips to Boost Your Immune System

Posted on: Nov 03, 2020

It’s getting chilly here in the city of Edmonton! We’ve had a couple of times where we’ve seen snow on the ground and I think it’s safe to pull out our trusty tips on how to keep yourself healthy…

How King’s is keeping Students, Staff, and Faculty Safe

How King’s is keeping Students, Staff, and Faculty Safe

Posted on: Oct 27, 2020

Since this is my last year at King’s, I don’t want to focus on how COVID-19 influenced my experience, but how King’s made it unique. To keep this year full of class time and events like any other,…

Faculty Feature: Education

Faculty Feature: Education

Posted on: Oct 20, 2020

Just as there have been changes to our campus this academic year, we have had some changes to our faculty as well. As a student in the education program, it is my greatest pleasure to be doing our faculty…

Virtual Visit Events

Virtual Visit Events

Posted on: Oct 13, 2020

While working in the admissions office the past couple of years, one of my favorite parts of my job has been meeting prospective students and welcoming them on campus. While we can’t necessarily welcome…

Wellness Tuesday: Study Space Tips

Wellness Tuesday: Study Space Tips

Posted on: Oct 06, 2020

Happy October! It is officially spooky season. We have now been one month into our hybrid model which means we are slowly finding our routine with the new way of doing school. Taking online classes has…

International Coffee Day: The Level Coffeehouse

International Coffee Day: The Level Coffeehouse

Posted on: Sep 29, 2020

International Coffee day is coming up on October 1st. To celebrate, I’ve taken the opportunity to highlight some awesome details about the Level Coffeehouse here at King’s! The Level uses all fair-trade…

Interdisciplinary Studies Conference Q and A

Interdisciplinary Studies Conference Q and A

Posted on: Sep 22, 2020

The academic year has officially started in full swing with week three in the books and we are kicking it off with another Interdisciplinary Studies Conference. A lot has changed this semester, and in…

Into the Unknown: A Reflection on the Year Ahead, and Further Supports for Students

Into the Unknown: A Reflection on the Year Ahead, and Further Supports for Students

Posted on: Aug 28, 2020

As summer officially winds down and schools start to open up and function again, I would like to take this final summer blog as a reflection of the academic year ahead. In the last couple of blogs, we’ve…