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King’s is honored to partner with Grove City College and its outstanding leadership under the presidency of Paul McNulty.
Women’s soccer qualifies for the HVIAC Championships, while women’s volleyball made it to the HVIAC Conference semi-finals and cross-country placed 5th in the HVIAC Conference Championships.
Izeze will speak about the violent Muslim group that has terrorized Nigerians and kidnapped hundreds of young school girls in the past year.
Before joining The Heritage Foundation, Gardiner served as an aide to former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and advised her on a number of international policy issues. Working in her Private Office, Gardiner assisted Lady Thatcher with her final book, “Statecraft: Strategies for a Changing World.”
On October 15, The King’s College unveiled artists’ renderings of the Ten Pillars of Economic Wisdom, based on a display from the 1964 World’s Fair at the Hall of Free Enterprise, in the College’s lobby in lower Manhattan.
As part of its newly developing Center for Studies in the Middle East (CSIME), The King’s College is pleased to announce the first collaborative project of the Center, a major partnership with The Herzl Institute in Israel to design and deliver a summer studies program in Jerusalem.
The King’s College is excited to announce that a collection of historical artifacts from the life of English statesman and abolitionist William Wilberforce will be displayed on campus beginning Tuesday, October 14.
Amity Shlaes, the widely-respected author and columnist, brings her expertise on matters of politics, history, and economics to The King’s College as a Presidential Scholar.
Beginning today, the competition will be used to seek students who demonstrate exceptional speaking, writing, and leadership prowess.
“The partnership between The King’s College and Asian Hope is powerful. Asian Hope invests in Cambodians who are born into abject poverty, and therefore are not given the opportunity for a better life.”