Viewing stories about students
Speaking on the theme of Reconciliation, Dr. Miroslav Volf will deliver the keynote evening lecture to begin Spring Interregnum XVII on April 7, 2021.
‘Crashing Into Silence’ is a virtual production of scenes and songs written by King’s students about their pandemic experiences.
Five teams from the King’s Debate Society competed from November 6-8 at an online debate tournament hosted by the University of Vermont, where one debater earned a 14th place speaker award and a varsity team advanced to quarterfinals.
Now that their term has concluded, we asked the 2019-2020 student cabinet to share their reflections on the past academic year.
Let this academic year be one in which we purpose ourselves to see God’s goodness amid the struggle.
Over the month of July, 63 current and incoming King’s students completed the free Digital Marketing Bootcamp offered by Prof. Alex Andreyev, a King’s alumnus and VP of Advisory Services at Matterkind.
This spring, Professor of Business Dawn Fotopulos and her business strategy class, led by Edvin Löfgren (Business ’21) and Christina Lewis (Business ’20), made finals at the Capsim Foundation Challenge competition.
On Saturday, May 9, 2020, The King’s College virtually hosted its 72nd annual Commencement exercises to honor the 114 members of the Class of 2020.
On Friday, May 8, 2020, The King’s College held its fourth annual formal award ceremony to honor outstanding students in the class of 2020 and to recognize faculty and staff who have made significant contributions to the King’s community.
The College retains existing House namesakes and announces rubric for future namesakes, and will create a process by which Houses may explore a namesake change out of the desire to learn from other historical figures who constructively engaged with the Christian or classical traditions.