King University Alumni Events Planned for 2015
King University’s Alumni Relations Office is excited to announce a series of upcoming alumni events beginning February. These gatherings will allow King alumni and friends to visit and reconnect while enjoying a variety of fun activities.
Coach Josh Thompson Talks Tornado Women’s BasketballFor this edition of eTornado, we talked with King University head women’s basketball coach Josh Thompson about the student-athletes he coaches, and why he thinks King sets itself apart from other schools in the region. Remembering Dale BrownWhen we talked about teaching, Dale Brown liked to quote his friend and mentor Frederick Buechner: “I have always believed, it is not so much their subjects that the great teachers teach as it is themselves … it is they themselves who leave the deeper mark” (Now and Then, p. 12). Dogwood Weekend Moving to April 10-12, 2015King University’s annual Dogwood Weekend is moving, but only slightly. The 89th Dogwood Weekend was originally scheduled for the weekend of April 17-19, and is being moved back to April 10-12. Tornado Anticipate Great Fall Athletic SeasonKing University is set for another great fall athletically as the Tornado try to capture their third straight women’s cross country Conference Carolinas title and second straight in women’s volleyball. Sports Illustrated Writer to Speak at King University
You are invited to spend an evening with Sports Illustrated Sportswriter and Commentator Frank Deford. Deford will give a lecture entitled “Sports: The Hype and the Hypocrisy” during a fundraising event for King University’s Annual Fund for Scholarships & Programs.
Stewardship and Spring Break go Hand in Hand at KingFor most students, Spring Break is always a time for adventure. For many King students, this is a time to give back, a time of stewardship. During Spring Break 2013, 34 students took part in mission trips to Brooklyn, N.Y., Camden, N.J., Bunnell, Fla., and Copán Ruinas, Honduras.