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On September 29, as part of Parents Weekend 2017, renowned Northern Irish theologian Dr. William J. Abraham delivered a lecture titled “Speak of the Devil?” before a standing room only audience of students, parents, alumni, faculty, and staff.
The first Interregnum-related event of the year saw Dr. Ethan Campbell leading a discussion on Flannery O’Connor.
On September 7-9, over 400 students from The King’s College went to the beautiful, wooded Camp Iroquois Springs in Rock Hill, N.Y., for the annual Fall Retreat.
Each Monday at noon (excluding holidays), students, faculty, and staff will have the opportunity to gather together to eat lunch and listen to scripture read by members of the King’s community.
On Tuesday, August 22, 2017, The King’s College held its 74th annual Convocation ceremony to welcome the incoming class.
On July 23-28, The King’s College hosted its third High School Summer Academy, themed on The Story of New York City.
From May 13 to June 24, twelve King’s students joined Dr. Henry Bleattler, Chair of the Media, Culture, and the Arts program, and other faculty in Paris for the 2017 Europa International Venture.
In Fall 2016, a group of African American and Hispanic staff and students at The King’s College began meeting together and hosting events to facilitate a community of belonging for Black and Hispanic students at King’s.
On Saturday, May 6, 2017, The King’s College hosted its sixty-ninth annual commencement exercises, honoring the class of 2017, at St. George’s Episcopal Church in New York City. Hundreds gathered to celebrate the 96 students graduating.
The King’s Debate Society exists to train students to advocate truth in the marketplace of ideas. They completed an engaging year including sending competitors to the National Championship and electing a new executive team.