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Tullian Tchividjian to Speak at King's

April 7, 2015 - 3:52pm

The King's College is pleased to welcome Tullian Tchividjian to campus for a conversation with President Gregory Alan Thornbury. The event will take place on April 16 at noon.

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Prof. Wilkinson Attends Sundance Film Festival

March 31, 2015 - 11:46am

Alissa Wilkinson, who serves as an assistant professor of English and humanities at The King’s College as well as chief film critic at Christianity Today, recently had the opportunity to attend the Sundance Film Festival. Thousands of people gathered from January 22 to February 1, 2015 in Park City, Utah for this festival that that showcases the work of American and international independent filmmakers. We asked her about her experience at Sundance.

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King's Announces New Student Housing

March 24, 2015 - 1:59pm

Beginning in the Fall 2015 semester, many more students at The King's College will be living within a few blocks of campus.

“While our long-term goal is to buy a building to house all our students, our short-term goal is to move as many of our students as close as possible to campus,” said Shelli Cline, Associate Dean of Students. “By moving these students to the FiDi, we’ve taken a significant step toward that goal.”

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King's Co-Sponsors Book Launch for Dr. Daniel Siedell

March 20, 2015 - 2:20pm

The King's College is pleased to co-sponsor, with Olmsted Salon, a celebration of Who's Afraid of Modern Art?, the new book from Presidential Scholar and Art Historian in Residence Dr. Daniel Siedell. The event will take place on Wednesday, April 29 in The Cave at Calvary-St. George's Episcopal Church in downtown Manhattan.

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National Review Editor Rich Lowry to Speak at King's

March 18, 2015 - 3:16pm

The King's College is pleased to welcome Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, to campus for a lecture on March 31 entitled “Abraham Lincoln and the American Idea.” 

Lowry is the author of Lincoln Unbound and the New York Times bestseller Legacy: Paying the Price for the Clinton Years. Lowry began his career as a research assistant for Charles Krauthammer. In 1997, he was selected by William F. Buckley to lead National Review.

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Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann to Speak at Commencement

March 16, 2015 - 3:42pm

The King's College is pleased to announce that former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann will address the Class of 2015 during its Commencement exercises, which will be held at Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church in Manhattan on Saturday, May 16.

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King's Debate Society Makes Strong Showing Around the U.S. in February

March 13, 2015 - 11:32am

The King's Debate society attended four tournaments in February: Ithaca College Novice Nationals on February 7-8; AEI Values and Capitalism Debates on February 13-14; Northeast University Debate Championship, hosted by Western Connecticut University on February 21-22; and Adelphi University's “Brown and Gold” Debates on February 28-March 1.

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Prof. Udo Middelmann to Lecture on Francis Schaeffer's Legacy

March 10, 2015 - 11:30am

The King's College is pleased to announce that Udo Middelmann will present a Presidential Speaker's Series lecture and discussion on Thursday, March 26 entitled “Not Standing Alone: Irvin Howe and Francis Schaeffer: 'A Voice Still Heard.'”

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Journalist and TV Producer Alice Rhee to Speak at King's

March 6, 2015 - 11:22am

On March 12 at 6:30 pm, The King’s College will welcome two-time Emmy award winning television producer and multimedia journalist, Alice Rhee to speak on How The Journalism Of John McCandlish Phillips Remains Relevant In a Digital Media Age.

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Historian and Presidential Scholar Amity Shlaes Speaks on Calvin Coolidge

March 5, 2015 - 11:18am

On February 25, Presidential Scholar Amity Shlaes spoke to the students and faculty of The King’s College about Calvin Coolidge, the “forgotten president.” In her talk, intriguingly titled “Better than Reagan? Calvin Coolidge, the Forgotten President, and What He Offers for Today,” Shlaes described the life of a man with whom most people are unfamiliar, despite his stature as the thirtieth President of the United States.

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