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Renowned Broadway Composer Charles Strouse Visits King's

December 5, 2014 - 11:02am

Renowned Broadway composer Charles Strouse visited the campus of The King’s College on October 28, 2014 to conduct a masterclass with musical theater students.

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How to Not Visit an Art Museum: A Conversation About the Met with Dan Siedell

November 28, 2014 - 12:07am

New York City is famous for its museums—in many ways, it’s the cultural center of the world. The most famous of New York City’s many museums is probably the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, the Met is the biggest art gallery in the United States, and one of the biggest in the world. It’s no wonder that the museum is on every tourist’s must-see list.

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Digital Currency Roundtable Event to be Held on Campus

November 11, 2014 - 3:13pm

The King’s College, along with its student-organized Programming Club, has partnered with Coin Apex, the New York City-based tech startup incubator, to host a roundtable event addressing the complexity of the digital currency ecosystem.

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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.

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King's Celebrates Homecoming, Presents Alumni Awards

October 30, 2014 - 11:36am

Last weekend, The King’s College celebrated Homecoming 2014 with a weekend of events and activities that included alumni awards, the election of an alumni association president, an alumni vs. student soccer match, and the crowning of a Homecoming King and Queen. King’s alumni from past years gathered in the heart of New York City on October 24-26 to catch up with one another, reunite with King’s faculty, and meet the new faces of the school.

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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

 

Keynote Speaker:

 

MICHELE BACHMANN

Michele is a wife, a mom, a foster mom, a former tax attorney, a small business owner, and a former Congresswoman from Minnesota.

 

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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. 

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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.

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King's Unveils Artists' Renderings of Ten Pillars of Economic Wisdom

October 16, 2014 - 10:03am

On October 15, The King’s College unveiled artists' renderings of the Ten Pillars of Economic Wisdom, based on a display from the 1964 World's Fair at the Hall of Free Enterprise, in the College's lobby in lower Manhattan.

As an attendee at the World's Fair in 1964, King’s Trustee (and Amway founder) Rich DeVos saw the Pillars. He purchased the display and installed it in the Amway headquarters. Last year, Dr. Gregory Alan Thornbury, president of The King's College, toured Amway and was similarly taken with the principles. This began the project that was unveiled on October 15.

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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.

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