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Extracurricular student groups at The King’s College bring together
students who share passions and interests. Here is a list of the current
student organizations. Please contact Emily Collins, the Director of Student
Organizations, at email@example.com or
the contacts below for more information regarding individual groups.
Empire State Tribune
We are a group of students who use our love of journalism to serve the
student body. Whether interviewing a student, faculty member, or covering an
event, the Empire State Tribune strives to bring interesting stories and
features to The King’s College.
Contact Celina Durgin at
The King’s College Republicans
Through its dedication to the traditional conservative values of the GOP,
The King's College Republicans seeks to involve students in the Republican
Party, thereby helping the Party to thrive and helping students to gain
experience and create connections to a strategic institution in the
Contact Tristan Kelley, Chairman of The King's College Republicans, at
The King’s Debate Society
The King’s Debate Society exists to train students to effectively advocate
truth in the marketplace of ideas. We are committed to refining
communication through competitive debate and interacting with universities
around the country and the world.
Contact John Sailer at
Mock Trial exists to cultivate a love of law, oratory, and acting.
Contact Leah Trouwborst at
The King’s College Financial Services Club
The Kings College Financial Services Club exists to provide its
members with a rigorous financial education and a substantial network of
Wall Street professionals that will serve as an inception point for
successful, influential careers on Wall Street.
Contact Trevor Baier at
The King’s Players
The King's Players seek to challenge and delight audiences by supporting and
producing new and classic plays and musicals alongside student created work.
The purpose of this theater company is to create a safe haven for students
to be innovative and receive education from professionals in all aspects of
Contact Hope Chavez at
The Minstrel’s mission is to stimulate and support the creativity of The
King’s College writers by publishing the work of students, faculty, and
alumni. The Minstrel publishes a diverse selection of poetry and prose
including essays, reviews, short stories, as well as photography and artwork
in its bi-annual online issues.
Contact Bianca Caraza at
The King’s Dancers
The King's Dancers are committed to appreciating the art of dance. We pursue
creative growth, artistic development and unity through dance classes,
rehearsals, and performances. Through these efforts, we hope to create a
community of passionate artists.
Contact Cara Byrns at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TKC Jazz Combo
The TKC Jazz Combo is a for-profit ensemble that seeks to utilize the gifts
and talents God has given us to play great jazz music within and without the
school community. We aim to expand our network to local venues around New
York City in order to embrace the culture of jazz.
Contact Stephen Berry at
Refuge seeks to meet the ever-present need for community and worship in the
Christian journey. We meet every other Thursday night to seek Christ
together through music and prayer.
Contact Eric Velez at email@example.com.
New Canaan Society: Wall Street
NCS: Wall Street is a network of men joined by a common desire for a deep
and abiding friendship with Jesus, and lasting and transparent friendships
with each other. NCS meets every Friday morning to build meaningful
relationships with fellow students and Christian professionals in the area.
Contact Greg Pittman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
City Engagement exists to train and assist students to apply their education
and Christian beliefs through practical outreach in New York City,
especially community service projects. However, City Engagement is not a
company or a club. It is an attitude, a mentality, a mission.
Contact Jake Dinsmore at
Watchmen is a group committed to seeking God through prayer for His presence
in our college, city and world. The group meets weekly during the lunch hour
in the prayer room.
Contact Leah Stratton at
TKC Ski Club
This group is for all students who are interested in skiing or snowboarding
at The King's College in NYC. TKC Ski Club plans weekend day-trips to go
skiing several times during the semester.
Contact Carly Hoilman at
King’s Outdoor Society
The King's Outdoor Society is a community of students with a love for
nature, conservation, and exploration. In a world of glass and steel, we
seek grass and stone—to let nature be our tutor. The Outdoor Society plans
weekend day-trips to go hiking and enjoy nature.
Contact Gary Barnes at
TKC Running Club
The King’s College Running Club provides students an opportunity to explore
New York City while staying in shape by working out together and competing
in local races. We uphold the image of King’s students as honorable men and
women at every event in which we compete.
Contact Brandon Santulli at
Martial Arts Club
The King's Martial Arts Club exists to study self defense techniques and
forms from various martial art styles and to promote health, confidence, and
an understanding of the cultures and philosophies of eastern countries.
Contact Bryce Lewis at
The Kings of Swing
Join the Kings of Swing every week for swing dancing in the City Room or a
night on the town at local swing dancing venues. Socialize with new,
interesting, fun people, and rock the dance floor with classic big band
Contact Charlie Freeman at
TKC Film Society
The mission of the TKC Film Society is to pursue (as a group) an education
in "what is good film" as well as to become well versed in directors,
genres, and the affects a single film can have on the entire industry.
Contact Kelly Cannon at
King's Image Films
The mission of King's Image Films is to provide a community for
film making and training the next generation of Christian filmmakers through
the production of high quality films that can compete in the student and
independent film marketplace.
Contact Joseph Holmes at
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