Class of 1942 Connects with Class of 2018
November 10, 2014 - 10:54pm
Brooke Crouthamel knew that she wanted to attend college in New York City. Even though her three older siblings had all attended Liberty University, she was determined to make the Big Apple her home.
King’s and Grove City College Partner for New York City Semester Program
November 5, 2014 - 3:30pm
The King's College and Grove City College recently announced a partnership that will allow Grove City students to study for a semester with King's faculty in New York City.
Under the agreement, as students at a partner school, each year up to three Grove City students can complete studies in business, media, journalism, and politics for one semester at King's in the College's NYC Semester program.
About Commencement 2015 at Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church
October 27, 2014 - 8:04pm
Saturday, May 16 at 10:00 AM
5th Avenue Presbyterian Church
7 W. 55th Streeet at 5th Avenue
Michele is a wife, a mom, a foster mom, a former tax attorney, a small business owner, and a former Congresswoman from Minnesota.
Emeka Izeze To Speak on Boko Haram at King's
October 20, 2014 - 12:46pm
The King’s College and The Phillips Journalism Institute are pleased to welcome the seasoned Nigerian journalist and Guardian chief executive officer and former editor-in-chief Emeka Izeze to campus for a lecture on November 7.
In his talk, “Behind the News: What You Haven't Heard about Boko Haram,” Izeze will speak about the violent Muslim group that has terrorized Nigerians and kidnapped hundreds of young school girls in the past year.
King's and Herzl Institute Collaborate on Study Program in Jerusalem
October 15, 2014 - 10:10pm
As part of its newly developing Center for Studies in the Middle East (CSIME), The King's College is pleased to announce the first collaborative project of the Center, a major partnership with The Herzl Institute in Israel to design and deliver a summer studies program in Jerusalem.
A pilot of the program will be offered to students in summer 2015, with plans to roll out the program in full for summer 2016. Christian students from The King’s College and other universities will be guided toward appreciating the value of the “Judeo” in the “Judeo-Christian” intellectual tradition.
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.
Bethany Jenkins Joins as Director of Career Development
September 24, 2014 - 5:31pm
The King's College and the Office of Academic Affairs is pleased to announce Bethany Jenkins as the Director of Career Development. Jenkins brings with her extensive experience in different sectors and a knowledge of professional skills necessary to compete for top positions.
Career Development at The King’s College offers practical career development tools to students. Career Development also maintains an active professional network that students at The King’s College can draw on as they pursue internships and jobs in and outside of New York City.
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.