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After graduation, Michael was able to leverage his experience and contacts in the King’s program to obtain a permanent job in finance.
Natalie Hustek competed in Go Live Serve’s Business Case Competition, placing fourth out of forty-four teams.
This year’s tournament attracted competitors from a record 17 institutions, coming from as far away as the University of Michigan-Flint and Duke University.
The Media, Culture, and the Arts program at King’s produced its third musical, Floyd Collins, on February 8-10 at the Salvation Army’s Theater 315 on 47th Street.
On Saturday, January 13, 2018, The King’s College community served fellow New Yorkers and advocated for justice worldwide during the Fourth Annual Day of Service.
In the midst of living side by side with New Yorkers and everyday exposure to the vast riches the City has to offer, on clear display is the wide variety of internship opportunities in New York.
Madeleine Castle (PPE ’18) represented The King’s College at SCUSA 69 as a delegate to the “NATO and the Future of U.S. Alliances” roundtable.
Summer Academy is a week-long camp in the heart of Manhattan for high school students who want to dig deep into the moral and intellectual heritage of our society.
On November 2-4, The King’s Players delivered four performances of The Unusual Tale of Mary and Joseph’s Baby.
On September 29-30, The King’s College hosted 174 attendees for Parents Weekend 2017.