Nile Gardiner, Former Assistant to Margaret Thatcher, To Speak At King's
October 17, 2014 - 4:55pm
The King's College is pleased to welcome Dr. Nile Gardiner, a former assistant to Margaret Thatcher and now director of the Thatcher Center for Freedom at the Heritage Foundation, to campus on Tuesday, November 18.
Wilberforce Collection Announced at King's
October 13, 2014 - 12:27pm
The King’s College is excited to announce that a collection of historical artifacts from the life of English statesman and abolitionist William Wilberforce will be displayed on campus beginning Tuesday, October 14.
The exhibit of nearly thirty pieces includes letters from Wilberforce, first edition books and newspapers, postage stamps, coinage, and many other pieces. The collection will be exhibited in the lobby and in the admissions conference room at the front of the campus and open to the public.
Amity Shlaes Joins The King's College as Presidential Scholar
October 1, 2014 - 2:48pm
NEW YORK CITY – Amity Shlaes, the widely-respected author and columnist, brings her expertise on matters of politics, history, and economics to The King’s College as a Presidential Scholar.
Inside "In Earnest" - An Interview
September 17, 2014 - 10:31am
In the summer of 2012, a group of women, led by Jennifer Tharp, began meeting and having conversations about something philosophers have debated for years— the “good life.” These conversations would eventually lead to the founding of In Earnest, an online magazine with a clear mission: “To host conversations that inspire and equip women to practice lives of consequence.”
2014 Convocation Address
September 9, 2014 - 10:45am
On Tuesday, August 26th the class of 2018 gathered at Trinity Church in Lower Manhattan to celebrate the start of their college career and to sign the honor code. This is a speech delivered by The King's College President Gregory Alan Thornbury on the same evening.
Bringing Hope to Cambodia
August 19, 2014 - 3:20pm
Veassna Sang grew up in Cambodia. His parents divorced and abandoned him, leaving him in the care of his grandparents—who loved and cherished him, but didn’t have the resources to raise a child. They visited many orphanages in order to find one that would be able to provide for Veassna and protect him, but all of the orphanages were full.
Finally, in 1999, Veassna’s grandparents heard about Asian Hope, and Veassna was taken to live in the children’s home.
King's Joins Council for Christian Colleges & Universities
August 7, 2014 - 9:15am
The King's College has joined the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU) as an affiliate member. On July 26, the CCCU board of directors voted unanimously to accept King's application for membership in the council. As an affiliate member, King's has access to CCCU resources including listing staff and faculty career opportunities, access to conferences and events, and other programs and services.
Behind the Scenes: The Federalist Today
May 27, 2014 - 11:07am
Though summer may now be in full swing, our professors are still hard at work. In fact, this is the time of year when many of our professors are able to work on projects in their spheres of influence.
113 Students Graduate
May 16, 2014 - 12:23pm
113 students, the largest class in The King’s College’s 15-year New York City history, graduated at 5th Avenue Presbyterian Church on May 10, 2014.
Launching a Business the King's Way
April 30, 2014 - 3:38pm
Alumnus Adam Kail ‘08 Launches Two New Businesses
Grace and perseverance. That’s one way to describe Adam Kail’s experience at The King’s College. Kail graduated in 2008 from our Empire State Building campus with a degree in Politics, Philosophy, and Economics, a Theology minor, and a hard-fought 2.9 GPA.
"My time at TKC was challenging. The curriculum is advanced and our professors have high expectations," said Kail. "Adversity builds character."