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After two years without a school-wide Fall Retreat, students rallied together in 2013 at a Fall Retreat weekend that revitalized the college community. During the weekend of September 7 and 8, over 400 students, professors, and staff members piled onto busses and drove from New York City to beautiful Iroquois Springs in Upstate New York.
Included in this year’s elite class of freshmen at The King’s College are two national debate champions, Michael Sheetz and Jonah Ortiz. Michael and Jonah are both Founders’ Scholarship recipients and members of the House of Winston Churchill and are lifelong friends from Orange County, CA.
Dean of Students David Leedy writes on his experience at the newly revived school-wide Fall Retreat.
Class of 2015 student Jordan Caruso speaks about his experience with the Jerusalem Institute of Justice.
Dean of Students David Leedy welcomes students back for the 2013-2014 academic year with a few important updates.
The King’s College has named Rebecca Tingstrom, J.D. as its next Director of Speech and Debate. Tingstrom will lead and grow the college’s debate team, The King’s Debate Society. Tingstrom joins The King’s College after graduating from the Regent University School of Law in May 2013.
International Ventures Trip Take Students to Brazil, Israel, Turkey, Central Asia, the Middle East, and China
King’s alum Bryan Nance (’09) gives a brief insight into the International Ventures programs to Turkey, Brazil, and Israel. Across the King’s community this summer, these Ventures have charged students, staff, faculty, and alumni with a deeper sense of the importance of The King’s College’s mission.
From July 13 to July 20, Andy Mills, who has served as The King’s College Interim President since last October, was a keynote speaker at Camp-of-the-Woods, a high-end, 90-acre Christian family conference and resort center nestled in the Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York.
To the surprise of his Legal Writing professor, Bryan Nance, a 2009 King’s graduate, not only received a perfect score on his first assignment, it was the first one the professor had ever given during her ten years of teaching. “I attribute catching-on quickly to my writing training at King’s,” said Nance.
Each year, top business students from programs around the country take the ETS Major Field Test to find out where they rank amongst their peers. For the second year in a row, students from The King’s College scored in the top 2% nationally.