When a job in finance came his way, Carter Fletcher sought to discern if and how he could serve God whole-heartedly outside of vocational ministry.
After spending the three years after college overcome by anxiety for the future, Taylor Lindsay took a few small leaps of faith and saw God meet her abundantly.
Leah Guaglione always wanted to make art that spoke truth. Spending months in recovery after a severe accident gave her new insight into what that could mean.
Jackie Deane (NBC ’73), wife to George Deane (NBC ’71) was peacefully called to heaven on April 17, 2020; Emily Schatz (’11) shares what her alumni friends are up to during self-isolation.
This spring, Professor of Business Dawn Fotopulos and her business strategy class, led by Edvin Löfgren (Business ’21) and Christina Lewis (Business ’20), made finals at the Capsim Foundation Challenge competition.
Journalism professor Paul Glader was approved for a Fulbright Specialist three-year term and Wesley Parnell (PPE ’19) was accepted to the competitive one-week Berlin Capital Program.
Chris Pasquale spent early adulthood without ambition and imprisoned by drug addiction. When a tragic incident forced a change, he found a new love for teaching and philosophy that he now uses to minister to others.
On Saturday, May 9, 2020, The King’s College virtually hosted its 72nd annual Commencement exercises to honor the 114 members of the Class of 2020.
On Friday, May 8, 2020, The King’s College held its fourth annual formal award ceremony to honor outstanding students in the class of 2020 and to recognize faculty and staff who have made significant contributions to the King’s community.
The King’s College’s four-part lecture series, titled, “How Epidemics Change History,” looked back at the plagues of the past and discovered lessons that could help guide us through the COVID-19 crisis.