The 1968 flu pandemic (H3N2 virus), also known as the “Hong Kong flu,” forced King’s to close its campus in Briarcliff Manor, New York, early before Christmas Break. King’s alumni reminisce about the experience.
John is encouraging those of us without all the answers to “come and see.”
In March 2020, executive vice president and chair of the program in business and finance Brian Brenberg signed on as a contributor with Fox News, a role he takes on while continuing his service at King’s.
“We are proud to serve our partner institutions and news media outlets by bringing more diverse talent—geographic, intellectual, ethnic diversity—to New York City.”
With His death mere hours away, Jesus chose to spend an evening feasting with His disciples. He chose people.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
We are living through tragic, unprecedented times. We know we have hope, but first Jesus shows us that we can weep.
If we use love to make decisions, in big and small ways, that will build the kind of culture that God wants to see. And the good news is, it will very often be good for us as well.
The College wishes Bennett the best for his new endeavors.
On Saturday, February 29, The Table partnered with Events to host the fourth annual Starlight Art Night on the theme of African-American fashion through the decades.