The team limited their opponent to two goals, but the Lions’ offense failed to capitalize on shots on goal.Read More
What You Need to Know About North Korea in the Age of Trump.
Dr. David Tubbs and Professor Marc O. DeGirolami prompt students and faculty members of the King’s College to reflect on their own Constitutional memory and ask themselves how well they actually know the foundation upon which the United States is built in the Constitution Day Lecture Thursday, September 20th, .
Mold or Mildew? Students Complaints Mounting About Greenwich housing.
King’s Students piled into the City Room on Friday, September 14, to hear Dr. Ethan Campbell talk about his new book, “The Gawain-poet and the Fourteenth-Century English Anticlerical Tradition”.Read More
The King’s College student body and select faculty retreat to upstate New York to focus on the Christian concept of Sabbath.Read More
The House of Queen Elizabeth I wins drama comp with a message of self-care, emphasizing the need to slow down and focus on what really matters.Read More
The Lions lost the first two sets 25-27 and 5-25, dropping their first match of the season.Read More
Assistant Professor of English and Writing, Kelly Lehtonen, has a passion for people, literature, and hopes to pass this same passion on to her students.Read More
Students who have been kept in the dark from knowing what their living situation would look like, quickly find out during the first week of school.Read More
Benjamin White, Assistant Instructor of Biblical Studies at The King’s College, was inspired by the powers of grace to dedicate his vocational career to unpacking what grace is and how it has shaped the pages of history.Read More
Meet Christina Rogers, Director of Library Services. She tells her story about how she got to King’s and how things have changed since her first day of working at the college.Read More
The Honor Code has been a central aspect to life at the King’s College. However, as the student body evolves and grows, students have become divided on whether the Honor Code at King’s is beneficial or detrimental to student life.Read More
Tim Gibson delivered his first speech as the Seventh President of the King’s College, during the class of 2022’s Convocation Ceremony, at the same place where George Washington came after his presidential inauguration.Read More
In this piece, the Vice President for Student Development reflects on the past 15 Years at King’s and how it has changed.
After freshman year, there is the difficulty in deciding where to live. With the aspect of the campus housing system, students voiced their concern with the individual houses’ expectations.Read More
This fall, students will be moving into The King’s College’s first residential building in Manhattan. This building is expected to provide a secure line of revenue for the college.Read More
As part of the Difficult Discussion series, Dr. Jacqueline Rivers of the Seymour Institute and Gregory Alan Thornbury engaged in a candid conversation in the City Room at The King’s College on the unfinished business of the Civil Rights Movement.Read More
Women don’t remember the first time they heard their name spoken out loud, or what it was once like to blush around a man. They stop noticing they put on a bra or makeup in the mornings. They forget they tuck one strand of hair behind their ear.Read More
Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Winston Churchill, C.S. Lewis, and Ronald Reagan—these four namesakes represent masculinity, chivalry, honor and courage. They are historical male figures embodying a culture each House at The King’s College strives to cultivate, but understanding what a male should be at this school is not so straight-forward. Each student has their own perception on what traits a man should hold.Read More