Jean (Parker) Bisnett ’65 writes, “2017 marks my 41st year as an inspirational and motivational speaker. I have traveled quite extensively sharing the Good News of Jesus with all who have ‘ears to hear.’…”
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
On Saturday, May 6, 2017, The King’s College hosted its sixty-ninth annual commencement exercises, honoring the class of 2017, at St. George’s Episcopal Church in New York City. Hundreds gathered to celebrate the 96 students graduating.
The King’s Debate Society exists to train students to advocate truth in the marketplace of ideas. They completed an engaging year including sending competitors to the National Championship and electing a new executive team.
On Friday, May 5, 2017, The King’s College held its inaugural formal award ceremony to honor outstanding students in the class of 2017 and to recognize faculty and staff who have made significant contributions to the King’s community.
We’re all aware that aliens have been getting a bad rap recently. Between Donald Trump and Ridley Scott, that’s unlikely to change for the better any time soon.
His address was titled “The Invention of a College” and explored an early accreditation crisis that nearly shut King’s down as soon as it started, along with several episodes that shaped the College’s identity as it is today.
Students from Professor Fotopulos’s business strategy course battled top teams to win the third place spot in the Capsim Challenge finals.
From the evenings of April 4 to April 7, The King’s College community observed Interregnum, its annual tradition of canceling classes for three days of competitive academic and artistic events centered around a unifying theme of philosophical and public importance.
Each year, prospective students at The King’s College are invited to compete for one of four full-tuition scholarships by writing an essay in response to a prompt that encourages students to engage with the mission of The King’s College, and by traveling to the College to give a presentation based on their essays.