The King’s College is pleased to welcome Dr. Joseph Griffith to the faculty and congratulates the promotions of Dr. White and Prof. Fotopulos.
On August 27, The King’s College held its 76th Annual Convocation Exercises. New students signed the Honor Code and celebrated the start of their career at King’s.
This weekend, The King’s College welcomed nearly 200 incoming students hailing from 30 states and 6 countries. The class of 2023 is among the most talented in the country.
Since Homecoming 2018, Alumni Association President Sarah Keenan has added several new representatives to the committee, bringing the total number of members to thirteen.
Since King’s expanded its major offerings to include Journalism, Culture & Society, faculty and students involved in the program have brought national recognition to the College’s strength in teaching multidisciplinary news reporting and writing.
Moses and Marilette Sanchez welcomed a daughter in February, and Kara Bettis was hired at Christianity Today as Associate Editor, Features.
Robert A. Dobson III, former member of the Board of Trustees, passed away on August 7, 2019. The King’s College grieves the loss of a dedicated friend and a champion for the cause of Christ.
Fall 2019 marks 20 years since The King’s College reopened in New York City. Our story is one of faith, daring, and God’s grace.
In recent days, Ronald Reagan’s racist comments about Tanzanian delegates to the United Nations have come to light. Since Ronald Reagan is the namesake of one of the ten Houses at King’s, this revelation touches the King’s community in a personal way.
The King’s College is pleased to announce the launch of the Center for Hebraic Thought, a hub for research, resources, and conversations about biblical literacy and the intellectual world of the Bible.