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King University Theatre to Present “A Twin City Radio Theatre Easter” on March 14

The King University Theatre Program’s Twin City Radio Theatre will treat audiences to a duo of Easter themed dramas from the viagra 50 mg golden age of radio. The performance will be held Thursday, March 14.More

Buechner Institute Series Adds Documentary Film Screening of “Your Name is My Name” on March 13 at the Bristol Public Library

On Wednesday March 13th at 6 p.m., the Buechner Institute at King University will showcase a documentary film screening of “Your Name is My Name.”More

Colorado's Ballet Emmanuel to perform at King University on March 13

Ballet Emmanuel, a professional, nationally touring Christian ballet company based in Colorado, will perform at King University in the Memorial Chapel on Wednesday, March 13.More

Author and cialis professional no prescription no prescription viagra Professor of Youth Ministries at Princeton to speak at King University and buy discount propecia Bristol Public Library March 11

Kenda Dean, author and professor of Youth Ministries at Princeton Theological Seminary, will speak at King University and to the Bristol community on Monday, March 11.More

King Photography Students to Exhibit Work at March 8 Art D’Vine Gallery Hop

King University’s senior Photography students will showcase their work during the upcoming Art D’Vine Gallery Hop art show in downtown Bristol, TN/VA on Friday, March 8.More

Georgetown History Professor and viagra on line King Alumnus to Speak at King University on March 7

Associate Professor of History at Georgetown University David S. Painter will be the next speaker in King University’s History and viagra cost Political Science QEP project, "Communicating in the History and Political Science Workplace.”More

Professor of World Christianity Scott Sunquist to speak at King University March 6

Dr. Scott Sunquist, dean and cialis now professor of World Christianity of the School of International Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary, will speak at King on March 6More

Five Finalist Selected; Voting Open March 1-6 for College Dream Scholarship Contest

The five finalists in the King University/WCQR College Dream Contest have been chosen. Voting begins March 1 and will continue through March 6 at www.WCQR.org.More

Olympic medalist Dave Wottle to speak at King University March 4

Known for his dramatic finish in the 1972 Munich Olympics’ 800 meter event, Dave Wottle will now share his inspirational message entitled “The Winning Attitude,” on March 4 at 7 p.m. More

Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver to Perform at King University on March 4

Songwriter and free trial of cialis record producer, Doyle Lawson, along with his bluegrass band Quicksilver will bring their talents to King University on Monday, March 4, 2013.More

Student-directed Short Play Festival to Kick Off Spring Theatre Season at King Feb. 28-March 3

Two senior theatre majors will kick off King’s spring Theatre season by directing two dramatic short plays during King University Theatre’s short play festival Feb. 28 - March 2.More

King’s Languages and cheap viagra from uk Literatures Department along with QEP to host Regional Languages Workshop March 1

On Friday, March 1, King University’s Languages and Literatures Department along with QEP project are hosting an Oral Proficiency Interview Workshop for language teachers in the region. More

King University Senior Spends Semester in Russia with the Moscow Art Theatre

King senior Theatre major Jenson Lavallee recently returned from a semester study abroad trip to Moscow, Russia, where he studied with the renowned Moscow Art Theatre.More

Bill Linderman muses on Math & Music

A! Magazine highlights King Mathematics Professor Bill Linderman as he talks about the relationship between mathematics and low cost canadian viagra music.   More

King’s Innovation Week Provides Alternative Learning Opportunities for Faculty and viagra canadian Students

On Monday, Feb. 18, King University’s Twenty-first Century Learning Paradigms Task Force hosted a convocation in Maclellan Hall to celebrate King’s first Innovation Week. More

Knox County Mayor’s Chief of Staff, Dean Rice to speak at King University on Feb. 26

Current Chief of Staff to Tim Burchett, Mayor of Knox County, Dean Rice will be the next speaker in King University’s History and Political Science QEP project, "Communicating in the History and Political Science Workplace.”More

Poet and viagra fast delivery Theologian Bonnie Thurston to speak at King, Bristol Public Library Feb. 25

Bonnie Thurston, poet, author, and theologian, will speak at both King University and the Bristol Public Library on Monday, Feb. 25, 2013 as part of the Buechner Institute Lecture Series.More

King Institute for Regional Economic Studies Releases Report on the Economic Impacts of Job Losses in the Coal Mining Industry

The King Institute for Regional Economic Studies at King University has released its seventh report, “Economic Impacts of Job Losses in the Coal Mining Industry.” More

King Announces Student Fee Structure for 2013-14; No Increase from Prior Year

King University announces tuition and cialis profesional fees will see no increase for the 2013-2014 academic year. More

King to Offer Four-semester Traditional Nursing Degree in Knoxville

For Knoxville area nursing students who only need to complete their clinical studies to receive their nursing degree, there is a new option. More

 

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