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King’s welcomed nearly 200 new students into the class of 2022, which represents 34 states and 8 countries.
On July 22-27 and July 29-August 3, The King’s College hosted Summer Academy for the fourth year running, drawing the highest attendance yet.
Order and Chaos is the theme for Interregnum XV. Throughout the year, students will engage with the theme through the lens of Shakespeare’s Macbeth and the book of Ecclesiastes.
Andrés received technical and theoretical training during the four-week architecture studio; he credits King’s for preparing him well philosophically.
Led by Dr. Anthony Bradley, eight King’s students studied peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland at Stranmillis University College, Queen’s University Belfast.
Henry Thomas (Finance ’19) discusses crossovers between internships at UBS and charity: water and his studies at The King’s College.
In May, Dr. Henry Bleattler and seven King’s students participated in the College’s fifth Europa trip, studying in Berlin and Vienna.
From May 12 to June 8, Andrew Welser participated in the archaeology field school at Cerveteri, Italy, an Etruscan-Roman site listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
It was coming to King’s, and being surrounded with a community, that helped Pavlina to decide to embrace her parents’ faith for herself.
On May 21-31, 42 King’s students visited Israel through Passages Israel, a grant program in partnership with the Museum of the Bible and the Philos Project.