The practice of reverence takes time. As New Yorkers, however, we move so quickly that our surroundings become blurred. Meanwhile, none of us meets the first criterion for reverence, which is to remember that we are not gods.
As students return to campus over the next week, they’ll notice new art installed on the walls in the lower level lobby and the executive suite. About twenty-five original paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Wayne Adams are on loan to The King’s College through June 2017. The eclectic work is mostly comprised of acrylic on canvas; […]
The King’s College is pleased to announce that the theme for Interregnum XIII, which students and faculty will engage throughout the 2016-2017 academic year, is Equality. Interregnum is a three-day series of artistic and academic competitions that takes place each spring while classes are canceled. Its theme, which is drawn from readings assigned over the […]
As students return to campus later this month, or move in for the first time, they will find opportunities to pursue their extracurricular interests through a wide variety of student organizations. One of the earliest student-led organizations at The King’s College was its literary society, founded in the College’s first academic year.
From Katelyn (Miller) Tamm ’10: “My husband Greg and I are happy to announce the birth of our daughter, Charlotte Autumn, born in NYC on May 22nd, 2016.” Congratulations to the Tamm family!
On Thursday, September 29th, Dr. Anthony Bradley—Associate Professor of Theology and Ethics, Chair of the Program in Religious and Theological Studies, and Director of the Center for the Study of Human Flourishing at The King’s College—joins several of America’s leading criminal law professors at the Princeton Club to discuss the facts of the national prison population and new solutions for sustainable criminal justice reform.
A review of how the faculty and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
The King’s College is pleased to announce its partnership with the Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI) to provide the online, for-credit option for each of six courses in the Intercollegiate Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Program (IPPE), which will provide America’s most intellectually curious students with a valuable framework for seriously encountering the big ideas that undergird a free society.
Congratulations to the Radandts on the publication of their story. It’s just possible it may lend encouragement in our own uncertain days.
Phil Meredith (’56) writes, “My wife Pat and I are now retired, living at Shell Point Retirement Community. At the present we are in northern Wisconsin at our summer cottage. We spend 4 months in Wisconsin and 8 months in Ft. Myers, Florida. We get together with a couple alumni from King’s which is enjoyable. I […]