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Leah Contreras, a senior from Ossining, NY, was recently selected as a Founders’ Scholar. When asked what helped her succeed, Contreras said she thought that important to a winning presentation is originality, articulation, and confidence.
Last week, King’s students elected a new Student Body President. Peter Flemming, a junior majoring in Business, will serve as president for the 2013-14 academic year.
It’s been a fascinating week at The King’s College. I want to highlight a few things that underscore the dynamism of life on our campus.
Over the past several weeks, I’ve been reflecting on courage and its link to honor. Courage—one of the four cardinal virtues—is inextricably tied to what it means to be an honorable man or woman.
What does it take to be prepared “to shape and eventually to lead strategic institutions”? It takes courage and conviction. And courage is not something you pull out of a hat. It is learned here and now—one difficult conversation at a time.
There has been a degree of controversy of late surrounding the dress code. The brouhaha began when it was announced that athletes will be allowed to wear official team uniforms on days when they do not have time to change into business casual attire before class.
The Fall 2011 semester is upon us. Where did the summer go? It seems it was just a few weeks ago that we finished the spring semester.