This new interdisciplinary major, incorporating the College’s robust Politics, Philosophy and Economics core, will prepare intellectually well-rounded graduates for careers in journalism.
The King’s Debate Society kicked off the Spring semester with one of the society’s most successful performances, competing upstate against nearly 100 teams at Cornell University.
The Houses took a variety of creative directions with their projects, from alumni documentaries to a send-up of Oscar-favorite “La La Land.”
The scripture readings this week provide broad guidelines for doing life together well, personally and professionally.
Thus far, our series of site histories has reached back as far into the mists of time as knowledge allows, and attempted to fill in as many gaps as possible along the way.
This semester, the Media, Culture, and the Arts program at The King’s College again joined forces with The King’s Players to present the musical Ordinary Days, which played from February 2-4 in the City Room on campus.
Professor Joseph Loconte published a feature article in “The National Interest” on what John Locke’s defense of religious freedom means for modern Islam.
The King’s College is pleased to announce that Noah Hunter ’10 has been named Director of Admissions and New Student Financial Services.
Maxine (Fileta) Derderian, a second-generation Egyptian American, comes from a family of entrepreneurs and always wanted to start her own business.
John Hightower ’66 retired from the Louisiana State University Law Center after 10 years.