Martha Kitchen (NBC ’66) passed away on June 11, 2018. Luke (PPE ’14) and Alessandra (Haynes) Trouwborst (PPE ’14) welcomed a second daughter, Lucy.
From May 12 to June 8, Andrew Welser participated in the archaeology field school at Cerveteri, Italy, an Etruscan-Roman site listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
It was coming to King’s, and being surrounded with a community, that helped Pavlina to decide to embrace her parents’ faith for herself.
On May 21-31, 42 King’s students visited Israel through Passages Israel, a grant program in partnership with the Museum of the Bible and the Philos Project.
On June 12, The King’s College closed on the purchase of 102 Greenwich St. in the Financial District in Manhattan, a four-minute walk from the College.
Rising senior Kaitlyn Hasegawa (Politics, Philosophy, and Economics ’19) is spending this summer in Washington, D.C. interning at the U.S. State Department, expanding her knowledge of international relations and business.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
Paul Willard (’74) has accepted the position of associate vice president for finance at Truett McConnell University in Cleveland, Ga.
In honor of Founders Day, Beckett shared how he became the first member of the College’s new board when it reopened in New York City.
On April 12, The King’s College hosted Dr. Scott Hahn for a lecture on “The Paschal Mystery: How did a Roman Execution Become THE Sacrifice?”