Meet some of our internship-holding students and learn about the important work they are doing in New York City.
This semester, the Media, Culture, and the Arts program at The King’s College presented ‘Songs For A New World,’ written by Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown.
This coming summer, The King’s College is pleased to host Summer Academy for the sixth year. Summer Academy is a week-long program that allows academically motivated high-schoolers to study the ideas that shape the world while earning college credit.
On November 8-9, King’s students competed in the Interregnum XVI fall conference, taking up questions like, “When does the sacrifice become too great for the progress desired?”
Student organizations offer an outlet for students to explore, refine, and share extracurricular passions and interests. This fall, orgs are hosting a number of notable events and speakers.
The King’s College women’s volleyball team won the HVIAC Championship and finished their season on an eight-game winning streak.
On November 1, at the National College Media Convention in D.C., The King’s College’s independent student paper won second place in the “Best Column” category.
Dean Leedy says, “It’s worth our time to periodically examine how these namesakes contribute to the King’s mission and students’ formation.”
Over 90 parents (and siblings and family members) joined their sons and daughters for Parents Weekend at The King’s College on October 4-5.
On September 12-14, 2019, 325 students and 21 faculty and staff members, along with their families, retreated upstate to breathe fresh air, unite in worship, and grapple with this year’s spiritual life theme, Endurance.