“Reflection and Choice or Accident and Force”
May 22, 2013 - 12:00am
At a time when politics in America is struggling with deadlock and dysfunction, Professors David Corbin and Matthew Parks are investigating and applying the principles of the Federalist Papers to contemporary politics in a series of essays on The Blaze. The first essay, titled “Reflection and Choice or Accident and Force,” compares the political approach of the Founders to the politics of today.
The 2013 Valedictory Address
May 21, 2013 - 12:00am
On Saturday, May 11th, The King’s College held its annual Commencement exercises to honor the graduation of the class of 2013. Students reflected on their four years, received their diplomas, and were accepted into The King’s College Alumni Association. The event was held at Trinity Wall St., located a block from campus. The Honorable Allen West, a well decorated war veteran and former U.S. representative from Florida’s 22nd district, delivered the keynote address.
Graduate to Teach English in China
May 17, 2013 - 12:00am
Like other top schools, King’s offers a rigorous Christian education with a focus on critical thinking and persuasiveness. But education at King’s is different. What happens in the classroom quickly bleeds out into the many opportunities, not only in New York City, but also around the globe. Greg Dubois, a graduating senior in the House of C.S. Lewis, recently landed a job in China teaching English to university students. He is also the recipient of William R. Bright Award, an award given to a student who embodies a similar vision, passion and commitment to that of Dr.
The King’s College Partners with Oaks Christian Online High School
May 17, 2013 - 12:00am
New York, May 17, 2013—The King’s College, a Christian liberal arts college in New York city, has selectively partnered with Oaks Christian Online High School (OCO) to allow online, college-preparatory students the opportunity to earn high school and college credit. King’s dual-credit courses include Economics, Politics, College Writing, History, Old and New Testament Literature as well as The Fantasy and Science Fiction of C.S. Lewis.
"Foreign Aid More About Helping Friends at Home"
May 14, 2013 - 12:00am
“The goal of foreign aid should be to assist the needy,” write Professors Brian Brenberg and Jared Pincin, “not to protect special interests or serve the re-election goals of politicians.”
Richard & Helen DeVos Receive Honorary Doctorates
May 9, 2013 - 12:00am
NEW YORK, May 9th, 2013—On Wednesday, May 8th, friends of The King’s College met in Palm Beach, FL to confer honorary doctorates to Richard and Helen DeVos. The evening also celebrated the recent addition of the DeVoses to the Board of Trustees of The King’s College.
NSO 2013 is a Success at The King's College
May 9, 2013 - 12:00am
On the night of August 28th, 2013, The King's College Class of 2017 lined up and contributed their signatures to this year's Honor Code, marking their official induction into the College’s community. Convocation 2013, held in the historic Trinity Church just blocks from our Wall Street campus, was the culmination of several days that make up New Student Orientation (NSO) at King's.
Departing Speech to the House of Reagan
May 8, 2013 - 12:00am
Men of Reagan,
It's sad to think that this may be the last time I address you all with those words.
Graduating Senior Lands Job at Morgan Stanley
April 29, 2013 - 12:00am
Like other top schools, King's offers a rigorous Christian education with a focus on critical thinking and persuasiveness. But education at King's is different. What happens in the classroom quickly bleeds out into the many opportunities available in New York City. Caz Crane, a graduating senior in the House of Ronald Reagan, recently landed a job at Morgan Stanley. In the Q&A below, he describes his journey and how his education at King's contributed to him landing the job
Q. Where are you from?
"The Sword of Islam"
April 25, 2013 - 12:00am
Finding reason in horrible acts of violence like those perpetrated in Boston last week can be difficult. Writing in the Catholic World Report, Anne Hendershott, Distinguished Visiting Professor of Public Affairs, asks why the attacks “made perfect sense” to the bombers, and argues that the two bombers may have “been tacitly encouraged to do something like this since they were children.”