The King's College

House of Ronald Reagan

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“THERE ARE NO EASY ANSWERS, BUT THERE ARE SIMPLE ANSWERS. WE MUST HAVE THE COURAGE TO DO WHAT WE KNOW IS MORALLY RIGHT.”

Mission

The House of Reagan exists to equip and encourage its members to be God-fearing men of integrity who take calculated risks while persevering in the pursuit of a significant life.

Values

Loyalty, Fraternity, but above all, Honor.

Loyalty is a choice; it is a conscious commitment to live out the Reagan Oath in thought, word, and deed.

Fraternity is the bond between brothers, earned and built over time through vulnerability. It is a decision to pursue life together: community that has no finish line.

Honor is loving what the Lord says, counting the costs, and doing what is wise and required. Honor flows from a love of what is true, good, and beautiful. As men of Reagan, we seek to be united in our pursuit of this virtuous life. Reagans are united as brothers, whether this unity comes from SYS groups (small groups that encourage inter­house vulnerability and accountability), pushing down a tree on Reagan Retreat (not chop, push), or looking up and to the left in pictures as President Reagan did. We take pride in having the courage to do what is morally right and to raise our level of conduct instead of lowering our standards. Men, welcome to a brotherhood.

 “You’ll never find another group of men that come together so organically to encourage each other to be better men and do life together – most importantly because they want to.” Trevor Baier, ‘14

“The House of Reagan encourages men to grow to a standard of integrity and honor that is shared among all the brothers in the House. Each House member embodies what it means to be in fraternitas, a brotherhood that never ceases.” Matthew Sifert,  ‘16

 

The House Crest of Ronald Reagan

RR symbolizes the leadership of President Ronald Wilson Reagan. The three swords symbolize authority, strength, and courage. A sword is a symbol of knighthood and chivalry. The wolf signifies responsible independence. The lion stands for dauntless courage. Blue stands for loyalty and trust. Red stands for military strength and warrior spirit. The trifecta of red, white, and blue symbolize President Reagan’s ineffable patriotism.