Politics, Philosophy, and Economics
Miles: Congrats, sir! You’re the model Faculty Assistant and student, and getting to know you has been one of my favorite parts of my time at King’s. From APTAP II to Comparative Government, Constitutional Law of the Federal System to your senior thesis, it’s been a joy to work with you. You’re responsible and gracious, a scholar and a good friend. Your sunny disposition is infectious. You ask good, honest questions. Continue seeking the truth. King’s won’t be the same without you. (“Oh, I don’t know about that…,” I can hear you say.) Congrats again! (By the way, I thought about making a cow pun but decided against it; wouldn’t want to udderly butcher the featured quote of your Digital Yearbook!)
— Dr. Joseph Griffith
- The King’s College Presidential Scholarship
- Helmsman of the House of Winston Churchill (2019-20)
- President of the House of Winston Churchill (2020-21)
- Faculty Assistant to Dr. Phillip Williams (SP 2020)
- Faculty Assistant to Dr. David Talcott (FA 2020 – SP 2022)
- Faculty Assistant to Dr. Joseph Griffith (FA 2021-SP 2022)
- Intern for Passages Israel (FA 2021-SP 2022)
- Intern at the United Nations for the World Evangelical Alliance (SP 2022)
Notes for Miles
Whether you’re yanking and udder or calculating a P & L report, you’re always the best at what you do.
Miles! You’re one the greatest men I’ve ever seen walk the halls of The King’s College. Really proud of you. Keep being excellent! The world needs you! ~dr.b
Miles, thank you for letting me mispronounce your name on that recruiting call back in 2018. It has been a joy to stay connected and see you grow. You’ve already left a wonderful legacy, I look forward to see your future endeavors be successful!
Congratulations Miles and thank you for being a great leader and friend to my sons.
Miles you’ve been one of my closest friends these past couple of years. Thanks for helping me pass classes from Micro freshman year to Political Economy this morning. We’ve gotten more beers and planned more trips together than I can count and I’ve been so grateful for your encouragement and presence through each one. Hopefully we get to keep you in New York for at least a little while longer!
Miles!! you are truly a joy to be around. you bring a smile to everyone’s face as soon as you walk into the room. so grateful to know you!
Congratulations Miles!!! Thank you for being the reason I came to Kings! I’ll miss seeing you around campus.
Thank you for joining our family for camping trips and holidays. We are so blessed to know you. I love listening to your stories. I hope you and Jordan remain friends forever!
I am so happy you won’t be answering all of my FaceTimes with “I can’t talk right now, I am writing a paper” anymore. I am so proud of you!! I love you brother!
King’s will not be the same without you. It is sad Louisiana will be taking you from us. However, you are off to greener pastures (literally). Always a pleasure.
Congrats, Miles! You made King’s a better place, and it was so fun getting to become friends along the way. You’ll excel in post-grad and any endeavor you choose to take on. Well done!
Congrats, Miles! So excited for what the Lord has for you next, although it’s going to be sad to come out of my office and not see you in your little cubby studying away! You have such an upbeat spirit, may the Lord bless that and expand your influence in the days and years ahead.
Miles! so thankful to have you as a fellow classmate and a friend. You were such a gift to this community and I wish you all the best in your future endeavors (raw milk????) Congrats, we survived!
Yay Miles!! I’m so proud of you am so thankful to know you. You made Kings so much better and our job as helmspeople way more fun lol congrats friend!
May your milk always be unpasteurized 🙂
Well Miles, we had a good run of it. But, this isn’t goodbye…cause I’ll show up at the farm someday soon; keep a lookout. And if you ever change your mind, Sinagra Falls is waiting. I’ll do the marketing and everything myself. I look forward to seeing you on TV, giving the legislation an ear full about the cows. You’re right, there’s nothing wrong with raw milk, and there’s much more important things to be wasting money and resources on. Don’t give up!
Mr. Sinagra, thanks for being the force that you are. I pray you run for President one day, your country needs you!
Miles, you are one of the most welcoming and positive people at this school.
Even though I just recently met you, I am so glad I did! Your positivity is infectious and the room is always so much better when you walk in.
Good luck with everything!
Miles! Your cheerful heart has touched countless lives at King’s. I have enjoyed taking all of these PPE classes with you over the years and seeing you work hard without hardly ever complaining. It’s admirable. I pray you continue to use your gifts to glorify God and bring smiles to more faces, wherever you go.
Congrats, Miles! King’s will miss your constant joyful attitude, your ready smile during hallway greetings, and your impeccable bus-cas style 🙂 You have a bright future ahead of you! May God surprise you in the best way during this new chapter of life–wishing you all the best!
“But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you” (Matthew 6:33)
Miles, who knew that we’d end up as roommates for the past two years and stepping into post-grad life together. I’m so thankful for you and the ways that you have shared life with me. To many more late-night conversations, spikeball matches, and trips across the states.
You rock. Thanks for the being the best always, truly.
Miles, Miles, Miles. Reading all the wonderful notes above is true testament to the joy and leadership you brought The King’s College. Your demeanor and steadfastness have been true anchors of the King’s community during your time here. Thank you for serving all those around you so well and with the most humble attitude. You’re going to do AMAZING things!
Miles, Your legacy at The King’s College is tangible: seriously, thanks for helping instigate getting us in-stall trash cans in the women’s bathroom. But besides that, thank you for your kind presence on campus and the way you served so well. Best wishes on whatever’s next!
Miles of Smiles,
It has been a joy to know you. Your love of your fellow man is wonderful. I have little doubt that you will continue to contribute to your community
Miles, I am so proud of all the work you have done here at King’s, your legacy will reign long. You are an example to all of what it is to be a compassionate and gentle leader, but especially to me. Your passions and labors reveal your heart and constantly inspire the people around you. Your heart is filled with more care and love than most people I have ever met. I know that with everything you will go on to do for the rest of your life you will carry these same things with you. I look up to you so much, so thank you for being the guiding light that you are.
Congratulations to you our sweet young man. May God bless and lead you as He sees fit. We love you and we can’t wait to see what you do in the future. Sending love and prayers.
Cousin Renee Willie
Miles, it was always a pleasure to walk into one of our a million shared classes and see you. The King’s College will miss you and wherever else you go will be improved by your presence.
Let’s hang soon!
Congratulations Miles! We are so proud of all your accomplishments! Keep letting God shine through you! I know He has great plans for you! Love you!
Miles! Congrats on rocking your time at King’s. I have greatly enjoyed getting to know you, seeing you grow as a man of character and conviction, and digging trenches with you. 🙂 I will always be thankful for our myriad conversations about King’s, God, life, etc. It’s been a real joy.