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Building Community, Apart
Posted on: Mar 11, 2021

Building Community, Apart

What do you do when a culture of community is faced with the demands of isolation? King’s got creative. “That’s the approach we took the whole year,” said Megan Viens, Dean of Students. “How…

Pandemics Past: A Reflection from Dr. Caroline Lieffers, Associate Professor of History
Posted on: Mar 10, 2021

Pandemics Past: A Reflection from Dr. Caroline Lieffers, Associate Professor of History

Epidemics and pandemics are terrifying events. They shake up any easy understanding of dominion over nature or the social order. We are made to wait, to acknowledge that time is not our own. And in their…

New Names for Choral Groups Reflect Commitment to Dedication
Posted on: Mar 05, 2021

New Names for Choral Groups Reflect Commitment to Dedication

The King’s University is pleased to introduce new names for its performing choirs. The Community Chorus will become the Alumni and Community Chorus, the Concert Choir has been renamed King’s Cantorum,…

Fine Arts , News Release
Wait Well: A Reflection from Dr. Mark Sandle, Professor of History
Posted on: Feb 26, 2021

Wait Well: A Reflection from Dr. Mark Sandle, Professor of History

Waiting. What have you waited a long time for? What are you still waiting for? Who are you still waiting for? I have been thinking about waiting for quite some time now. This has, in part, been prompted…

Research & Scholarship

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King's alumna inspiring others to reduce their environmental footprint
Posted on: Oct 09, 2018

King's alumna inspiring others to reduce their environmental footprint

Elise Renchko is a recent alumna of The King’s University Environmental Studies program with a concentration in Biology. While at King’s, she was encouraged to examine her impact on the environment…

Alumni , Student Stories , Sustainability
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