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Barbara Brown Taylor to Open Buechner Institute Lecture Series Aug. 26 & 27

The seventh season of the Buechner Institute Lecture Series will kick off with one of America’s best known preachers and 5 mg cialis bestselling authors, Barbara Brown Taylor.More

King University Choral and express viagra delivery Highlands Youth Ensemble Perform in Greece at 10th Annual International Festival of the Aegean

For two weeks this summer six members of King University’s choirs and viagra samples the 36 members of the Highlands Youth Ensemble participated in the adventure of a lifetime. More

King University Welcomes New Chaplain Brian Alderman

The Rev. Dr. Brian Alderman has joined the King University community and canadian generic viagra online will serve in the role of chaplain and generic viagra uk professor of Philosophy and sales cialis Religion.More

King University Welcome Students to Campus During LAUNCH 2014 Aug. 23-25

During an activity-packed day, new students began arriving at King on Saturday, Aug. 24, for Launch 2014. The three-day event, led by Launch Teams consisting of current students, is designed to help undergraduates meet each...More

King Senior Royce Nichols Spends Summer Conducting Research at LSU—Shreveport’s Toxicology, Pharmacology, & Neuroscience Dept.

Royce Nichols has been interning with Louisiana State University’s Health Sciences Center in Shreveport, La., as a member of their SUPER program – Summer Undergraduate Pharmacology Experience in Research.More

King Professor’s Search for the Yonahlossee Salamander Highlighted in July/August Edition of Tennessee Conservationist Magazine

The July-August edition of The Tennessee Conservationist magazine features King University's Joshua Rudd and one day delivery cialis his journey to find the elusive yonahlossee salamander.More

Puerto Rico Students Find Second Home at King University

Through the years, global citizenship has been a part of the King University community. From across the United States and cialis overnight the globe, students come together and cialis low price develop a broadened awareness and generic cialis online appreciation of diverse cultures.More

King University Gathering Planned for Rhythm & Roots Reunion Sept. 19-20

Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion will be the site of a social networking event for the King University community Sept. 19-20. More

Buechner Institute Expands Upcoming Lecture Series to New Venues Across East Tennessee and order cialis on line Southwest Virginia; Series Contemplates “What’s Next?”

During its seventh season, the Buechner Institute’s 2014-15 Lecture Series will host 15 speakers and buy pfizer viagra in canada performers who will address variations on perennial questions: “How did we get to this moment? What’s coming along now? What...More

Laundry Now Free to All Students Residing on Campus

With the beginning of the fall 2014 semester, all residential students of King University will have access to FREE laundry service.More

Open House to be Held Aug. 16 at King University’s Bristol Campus

King University will host an Open House for Graduate & Professional Studies students on Saturday, Aug. 16 from 9-11 a.m. at Nicewonder Hall on King's main campus in Bristol, Tenn.More

New Pathway Between Hyde and canadian pharmacy cialis Nicewonder Halls Under Development

Construction has begun on a new pathway on KU’s Bristol campus. A new trail will soon run between Hyde Hall and healthcare canadian pharmacy King’s newest building, Nicewonder Hall.More

King Alumnus Rhodes signs professional contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates

King University baseball alumnus Cory Rhodes got the phone call every boy growing up playing baseball hopes to get. Last Friday the Pittsburgh Pirates, of Major League Baseball called Rhodes to inform him they were going to sign...More

Plan Now for LAUNCH 2014 Aug. 23-25

With graduation past and summer break in full swing, students planning to attend King University this fall will want to take a little time to plan for move-in weekend, otherwise known as LAUNCH.More

Passion for Music Leads King’s Matthew Larkin to New York for Graduate Music Program in Instrumental Conducting

Matthew Larkin has always had a passion for music. After discovering his love for conducting at King University, he will soon set off for Houghton College to begin his graduate studies in conducting.More

King Students Experience Coast-to-Coast Adventure in Costa Rica

Several KU students travelled to Costa Rica for the adventure of a lifetime. The country, which abolished its military in 1949, is known for its peaceful way of life, often referred to as Pura Vida, or pure life.More

King University Announces Fall Graduate & Professional Studies Programs

This fall, working adults in Tennessee and Southwest Virginia will have the increased opportunities to complete their associate, bachelor’s, or master’s degree from King University.More

KU Opens Registration for Fall 2014 RN-BSN Program in Big Stone Gap

Beginning this fall, working nurses in Big Stone Gap and the surrounding area will have the opportunity to obtain their RN-BSN degree through King University at Mountain Empire Community College.More

KU Students Discover Biology and Philosophy Coalesce during Malaysia Trip

King University students recently travelled to Penang, Malaysia for a unique study abroad experienceMore

Physician Assistant Program Perfect Path for KU Alumnus Isaac Snapp

King University alumnus Isaac Snapp always knew he wanted to work in the healthcare industry. After weighing the pros and cons of several healthcare career paths, he found the perfect fit.More


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