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  • 01.25.2016
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    King’s To Begin Offering Bachelor of Arts in English

      The King’s College is pleased to announce the creation of the Bachelor of Arts in English, the sixth major at The King’s College, which was recently approved by the New York State Education Department. The major focuses on the study of English language and literature, with an optional creative writing component. “The King’s College has […]

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  • 01.14.2016
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    Fall 2015 Sports Summary

    The King’s College Volleyball Team played under new head coach, Jackie Randolph, this season. The team won two of their final three games and advanced to the Hudson Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships for the second year in a row. Unfortunately, the lost in the semi-finals to conference champion College of New Rochelle. Senior captain […]

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  • 01.11.2016
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    The King’s Debate Society Goes to Greece

    Debate comes home. That was the slogan of the 2016 World’s Universities Debating Championships in Thessaloniki, Greece. There were debaters from all over the world—from Western academic bastions like Harvard and Oxford to students from the world’s greatest cities, including St. Petersburg, Mexico City, and Tokyo. There were debaters from exotic locales like Jamaica and […]

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  • 12.21.2015
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    King’s Announces International Business Minor

    In an increasingly globalized world, it’s important for emerging leaders to have a solid grasp of how commerce, politics, and economics work not just in the United States, but around the world. With that in mind, The King’s College is pleased to begin offering a minor in International Business, which students may pursue beginning in […]

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  • 12.14.2015
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    A Pound In Your Pocket

      He’s most famous for writing Bye Bye Birdie and Annie, but until now, Tony award winning Broadway composer Charles Strouse’s musical A Pound In Your Pocket—written two years before the success of Bye Bye Birdie—hadn’t been produced in New York City. But that’s all about to change. On February 19-21, 2016, The King’s College will […]

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  • 12.04.2015
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    House Outing Connects Current Students to Briarcliff Campus

    A large part of being a student at King’s is belonging to a House, named for an influential person in history, that provides academic, social, and spiritual support and community for its members. Each House has its own traditions. Every year, the House of Clara Barton plans a “Barton Day Away” for its members — […]

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  • 11.17.2015
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    King’s Dedicates O’Keeffe Student Union

    NEW YORK CITY–November 16, 2015 The campus community gathered on Monday to celebrate the opening of the O’Keeffe Student Union, which overlooks the New York Stock Exchange from its location at the corner of New Street and Exchange Place in Manhattan’s Financial District. The construction of the O’Keeffe Student Union was made possible by a […]

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  • 11.06.2015
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    Alexandra Nykamp Receives DeVos Award from ISI 

    The King’s College is pleased to congratulate Alexandra Nykamp ’16 on receipt of the Richard and Helen DeVos Freedom Center Leadership Award, presented by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. The DeVos Award is presented by ISI to undergraduates who have inspired members of their campus communities. Nykamp received the award at the annual ISI gala, held […]

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  • 10.14.2015
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    King’s Presents Presidential Symposium

    NEW YORK CITY – October 14, 2015 – On October 5-7, 2015, The King’s College hosted an event called “Six Presidents in 48 Hours: A Presidential Symposium.” A group of scholars and experts on American presidents spoke to packed-out crowds in the campus City Room, sharing lessons in leadership and history with the King’s community. […]

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