It was odd in the first place when The King's College hired Dinesh D'Souza to be their president, having a Catholic conservative pundit running an evangelical college. It did increase their profile, as it gave it a presence with people in the conservative Internet; D'Souza was a regular on National Review and a respected author.
After two years, D'Souza's now out as president; a divorce and affair prompted his resignation. He separated from his wife about the time he took the job, and has a fiancee already lined up; sharing a hotel room with his lady-love during a conference caught the attention of World magazine.
D'Souza's a bigger hero with the conservative faction, having done a documentary on President Obama, 2016, that harshly go after his African roots and his globe-trotting anthropologist mom, allegedly giving him the view of an anti-colonialist. A bit of the bloom will come off that rose, much like Henry Hyde went through during Bill Clinton's impeachment, when a past affair came out as payback for going after Clinton's indiscretions and lack of honesty.
However, in D'Souza's case, the affair was in the present and pointed out by a fellow conservative publication, albeit one more in the "compassionate conservative" side of the modern right.