For Nina Chelidze (PPE ’14), the Politics, Philosophy, and Economics major at King’s served as the perfect complement to her life-long ambition of working in business.
The accolade as a College of Distinction (2019-20), along with additional awards, speaks to the College’s emphasis on student success and the effectiveness of its curriculum.
Bruce Wolff (’81), 2015 recipient of the Charles W. Anderson award, writes about an eye-opening series of conversations with a Manhattan lawyer.
Mary Josephsen Kuhn (’79) passed into God’s presence on Sunday, June 16, 2019, and Rick Veit (’83) was married on June 1, 2019 at West Point to Maria Scott (not an alumna).
Lizzie Dunn (MCA ’14) now teaches in her own miniature King’s, a class of kindergarteners at Success Academy.
In May, seven King’s students and Drs. Bleattler, Kinlaw, Siedell, and Salyers traveled to Italy for the College’s sixth Europa trip.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
Dr. Joseph Loconte hosted King’s alumni in his Washington, D.C. home for a discussion with Dr. David Tubbs on religious freedom, Christian engagement in civic society, and other timely topics.
ReligionUnplugged.com, a religion news website directed by Professor Paul Glader, provides a platform for students, professors, and journalists around the world to discuss the role of religion in public and private life.
For 10 days, King’s students explored the biblical sites of historic Israel while learning about Jewish-Christian relations and the modern Israeli-Palestinian conflict.