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Order & Chaos: Interregnum XV Prompts Conversations About Reconciliation Between the Earthly and the Divine
The King’s College explored the themes of Order & Chaos during Interregnum XV, beginning with a lecture from Dr. David Corbin and concluding with a triumph for the Houses of C.S. Lewis and Susan B. Anthony.
The one-act musical narrated the efforts of six elementary school-aged contestants striving to prove their worth at a local spelling bee, providing sensitive insights into the pandemonium of pre-adolescence.
The King’s College congratulates the Empire State Tribune, the independent student-run news publication at King’s, for winning several Pinnacle Awards from the College Media Association.
With a vision to blend the absurd with the profound, The King’s Players presented an inventive, modern interpretation of Samuel Beckett’s 1949 classic ‘Waiting for Godot’ on October 26 and 27.
On October 12-14, the King’s Debate Society (KDS) returned to Canada to compete in the Hart House I.V., hosted by the University of Toronto.
The King’s College warmly congratulates Elle Rogers (PHL ’19) on receiving the Richard and Helen DeVos Freedom Center Leadership Award, presented by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI).
On Saturday, October 13, Lecturer of Musical Theater Virginia Pike staged a reading of her new musical song cycle, ‘Songs for Women,’ at The King’s College.
Nearly 85 parents and siblings joined 45 students for Parents Weekend at The King’s College, traveling from as far away as Santa Barbara, Calif., and as near as the Bronx in New York City.
Over 350 students and 27 faculty and staff members, along with their families, retreated to upstate New York for a focused time of community-building, discipleship, and worship, with an emphasis on Sabbath rest.
King’s welcomed nearly 200 new students into the class of 2022, which represents 34 states and 8 countries.