Thornbury has spent 25 years working in Christian higher education. During her time at King's, she served as Vice President for Institutional Research, Strategic Planning, Enrollment Management, and Communication. Thornbury now works as the Senior Program Director for Enrichment Initiatives with M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust in Vancouver, Washington.Read More
The Table releases new Ally Initiative enabling all students of The King’s College to engage in conversation about race.Read More
This debate is not about whether or not King’s should keep the Reagan house namesake; it is about whether or not the college’s response to Reagan’s racist comments were an act of moral courage or simply a surrender to identity politics.Read More
The House of Ronald Reagan announced it had temporarily changed its namesake to the “House of Honor” after it was revealed this past summer that the former U.S. president had made racist comments.Read More
Each year the student of The King’s College leave the city to Iroquois Springs in Rockhill, New York for a retreat.Read More
The Honor Council, comprised of King’s students and faculty is tasked with deciding the fate of students responsible for misbehavior — anything including academic dishonesty, harassment, theft, ethical, moral or legal infractions and failures uphold the standards in the Student Handbook — or, at least, students like Knudsen whom have gotten caught.Read More
The King’s College has announced the launch of the new Center for Hebraic Thought (CHT) directed by Dr. Dru Johnson last Monday.Read More
After the audio of Ronald Reagan describing Tanzanian delegates in racist terms was released, students started evaluating the King’s house namesake.
The admissions team has found a new strategy to target juniors in high school, in order to maintain and grow retention rates.Read More
World-traveling photographer Kieran Dodds speaks about his photojournalistic work and his recent project photographing forests cultivated by churches in Ethiopia.Read More
87.5 percent of students at The King’s College feel overwhelmed and burnt out, mental health experts and studies tell us we’re not alone and why.Read More
The House of C. S. Lewis wins the Interregnum and House Cups but, SBA wins the Final Debate.Read More
In the midst of a lecture regarding unity and peacemaking last night at Redeemer Presbyterian Church , an unnamed troll account cultivated chaos and discord.Read More
The Spring Concert was the first time Abbie Roper has been back on stage in NYC since being in Nashville last fall; allowing her to debut some of her new pieces she worked on while away.
Tim Goeglein concludes the 2018-19 Presidential Lecture Series with a word about God’s instruction for the lives of his people and an encouragement for the student body.
King’s security guard, Thomas, opens up and shares about his childhood. Thomas had to face loss, racism, and instability from a very early age. However, sports brought a great form of stability into his life.Read More
King’s hosted a Difficult Discussion where panelists answered questions from students, faculty, and staff on the issue of premarital sex.Read More
Chris Cragin-Day, an MCA professor at King’s, is proud to wear her faith and admiration of women on her sleeve.Read More
The girl behind the camera– Marina Barham, a junior, MCA major at The King’s College– delved into the world of film and photography at eight years old and she now embodies her passion.
Freshman Sophia Williams juggles her first year in college along with a full-time modeling career.Read More