On November 8-9, King’s students competed in the Interregnum XVI fall conference, taking up questions like, “When does the sacrifice become too great for the progress desired?”
Student organizations offer an outlet for students to explore, refine, and share extracurricular passions and interests. This fall, orgs are hosting a number of notable events and speakers.
The King’s College women’s volleyball team won the HVIAC Championship and finished their season on an eight-game winning streak.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
On November 1, at the National College Media Convention in D.C., The King’s College’s independent student paper won second place in the “Best Column” category.
Assistant VP of Admissions Noah Hunter says that eliminating the fee is designed to make King’s more accessible to a wider range of students, as acceptance standards remain the same.
Dr. Dalrymple’s lecture focused on the story-telling nature of humans and the significance of technology for the spread of stories.
On October 25-26, alumni of The King’s College and Northeastern Bible College reconnected with one another and with the College at Homecoming 2019: “80 Years Established, 20 Years Renewed.”
The King’s College hosted Christian Union, Gordon College, and the Meraki Honors Program in Finance for a panel discussion about faith and finance featuring Catherine Flax, Torry Berntsen, Tom Cole, Michael Luciano, and Scott Amyx.
Dean Leedy says, “It’s worth our time to periodically examine how these namesakes contribute to the King’s mission and students’ formation.”