Viewing stories about students
On April 1-3, King’s students competed in the Interregnum XVI spring conference. During Interregnum, students showcase their talents and represent their House in various competitions, earning points towards the House Cup.
On Saturday, February 29, The Table partnered with Events to host the fourth annual Starlight Art Night on the theme of African-American fashion through the decades.
“If you were making a museum of your House, what parts of your House’s history would you put on display?”
We’ve been spotlighting a few of the many King’s students who complete internships before graduation. Meet some of our internship-holding students and read what they’ve been learning.
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.
In May, seven King’s students and Drs. Bleattler, Kinlaw, Siedell, and Salyers traveled to Italy for the College’s sixth Europa trip.
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.
Business strategy students win first place in the Capsim Challenge, recording the highest score in the competition’s 12-year history.
Juliarose Childs (BUS ’19) and Laura Paradis (BUS ’19) create Fe | Negotiations, a coaching and training business to help women and minorities close the wage gap.