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Two King’s students think back to their parents’ days of attending King’s back in the Briarcliff Manor days.
Dean of Students David Leedy thinks about the Honor Code and what it requires from community.
Class of 2015 Bethany Hennigh (now Barnes) gives an insight to her internship at Nomi Network.
The men of the House of Winston Churchill cultivate their relationship with the Winston Churchill Centre by attending the International Churchill Conference in Washington, D.C.
Men of the House of Churchill had the opportunity to attend the International Churchill conference and meet Randolph Churchill.
Some would say that The King’s Debate Society (KDS) is the most “Kingsian” student organization on campus. And they might be right. “The King’s Debate Society has always been about advocating truth and training King’s students to hone their persuasive skills,” says John Sailer, President of KDS.
Class of 2015 student Cori O’Connor explains her internship at the Walton Reporter and future career goals.
After attending Ohio State University for two years, Patrick Seaworth came to “the realization that [his] education could go no further as a student in Columbus.” For his third year of higher education, he made the transfer to The King’s College this fall.
This semester, seven students from The King’s College have the distinct honor of studying abroad at The Summit Oxford Study Centre.
King’s student Lauren Schumacher will begin writing for the official blog of The King’s college.