From the President:
What a year we have had! I have so appreciated the outpouring of prayer and support that we have received from you in these last few months, and I have been proud of how The King’s College community has responded to the challenges we have faced. Simply stated, you have been a blessing to us and I want to say thank you!
Last week we shared some exciting news by email and on our website regarding a matching gift of up to $3 million. When you make your first gift or you renew a gift to King's before the end of the year, a generous donor will match your gift, making your contribution twice as powerful. It's a great time to support King's students!
Your gift will be doubled - and so will your impact for students
Any amount is eligible to be matched
Give before lawmakers cap the charitable tax deduction in 2013
As you read through the stories below you'll see that the education our students receive at King's is providing them the opportunity to go forward into key institutions in New York and the world. Our faculty too are active in achieving our mission.
You have supported us with your prayers, time, and finances in the past. As we approach the end of the year will you consider making a tax-deductible donation to support the mission of The King’s College? Your gift will have a powerful impact and be greatly appreciated as we end 2012 and look forward to another year in New York City.
Andy Mills, President
PPE Students Land Jobs, Internships, and Graduate Placements
Students pursuing a degree in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (PPE) at The King’s College benefit from world-class faculty. Additionally, students can take advantage of the opportunities afforded to them by learning in the middle of New York City. A recent survey of PPE students and graduates found that 1) internships have become key to the King's experience, and 2) PPE students are out-competing their peers for competitive jobs and graduate school placements.
Click here to read the full article on www.tkc.edu.
In a Crisis, Liberty is Love
“Price-gouging” as a business practice is a contentious economic issue among Christians. While some argue that supporting price-gouging is equal to idolizing markets, Professor of Politics David Innes argues on worldmag.com that free markets are merciful even in times of crisis.
Click here to read the full article on www.worldmag.com.
Judicial Usurpation: Then and Now
In a new article published inNational Review, Dr. David L. Tubbs and Dr. Robert P. George argue that the Supreme Court of the United States of America should stay out of defining marriage. Instead, the authors argue that the Court should “respect the constitutional allocation of powers and principles of American federalism and allow each state legislature to make policy in this area.”
Click here to read the full article on www.nationalreview.com.
President of the Economy
What is the end, or purpose, of government? Is it to deliver jobs, housing, and comfort to its citizens? Or should government stay out of delivering material benefits and focus on maximizing the liberty of citizens? In “President of the Economy,” Professor David Corbin and Professor Matthew Parks argue that both President Obama and former presidential hopeful Mitt Romney fundamentally misunderstand the role of government.
Click here to read the full article on www.firstthings.com.
MCA Students Aggressively Pursue Internships
Students pursuing a degree in Media, Culture, & the Arts (MCA) at The King’s College benefit from world-class faculty. Additionally, students can take advantage of the opportunities afforded to them by learning in the middle of New York City. Since the launch of the MCA program just four years ago, students have taken advantage of the opportunities presented in New York City.
A recent survey of MCA students found that internships have become key to the King's experience. Read the full article for a list of organizations where MCA students have interned
Click here to read the full article on tkc.edu.