November 19, 2014 – The King’s College choir, Cantores Christi Regis, will celebrate the holiday season with free public performances at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 5, and Saturday, Dec. 6, in the J. Carroll McCormick Campus Ministry Center, located at North Franklin and West Jackson streets.

The 31-member group will perform contemporary and traditional Christmas songs, including “The Virgin Mary Had a Baby Boy,” arranged by DeCormier, “Conditor Alme Siderum” by Palestrina, “Caroling, Caroling” arranged by Michele Weir, and “What Sweeter Music” by John Rutter.

November 19, 2014 - “When you walk these halls of King’s on the Square, you can feel the vibrancy, you can feel the life,” Father John Ryan, C.S.C., King’s president said at opening ceremonies for the building in late September. “Our students create that energy and you can feel it, now more than ever in downtown Wilkes-Barre,” he added.

November 19, 2014 – Two Congregation of Holy Cross religious have accepted positions at King’s College. 

Rev. Eric Schimmel, C.S.C. has been appointed assistant coordinator of the McGowan Hispanic Outreach Program, where he will oversee the adult English as a Second Language program, coordinate the Pathways to Success middle school program, and assist the mentoring afterschool program at Dan Flood Elementary School. He will also be working part-time in Campus Ministry with various programs and sacramental ministry. 

November 12, 2014 - For the fourth consecutive year, King's hosted the annual educational conference of the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA) which attracted more than 320students from 13 area high schools.  

The event featured opening and concluding remarks by Barry Williams, a panel session featuring King's accounting majors,  other presentations by PICPA members on various topics relating to accounting and business.and a keynote address by Linette Rayeski, a local business consultant and assistant technical professor of accounting at the College.

November 11, 2014 - It seems appropriate that King’s College would be the site of a memorial to those who immigrated to the United States and worked long and hard to better the lives of their families and make Northeastern Pennsylvania a major commercial market.  King’s was founded in 1946 by the Congregation of Holy Cross following a request from Bishop William J. Hafey of the Diocese of Scranton to establish a college to educate the sons of coal miners.