Lily Powell

Co-Editor in Chief

Lily Powell
Kings College London

King's College London, Student stories, London culture, Breaking news, London university lifestyle, Law and politics

  • Lily Powell is currently Co-Editor in Chief of The King’s Tab, where she oversees a whole team of editors and writers, commissions and edits articles as well as writing pieces herself
  • Lily is a keen features and news writer with a focus on London university culture
  • In her free time, Lily enjoys travelling to new countries and trying foods from different cultures


Lily Powell joined The Tab King’s in the summer of 2023 as Co-Editor in Chief after gaining experience as a staff writer for her university's newspaper


Lily Powell is in her final year as a Law student at King’s College London, completing various modules on the ethics and politics of compensation and reparation


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KCL Israel Society cancels event over safety concerns after speaker receives death threats

Former IDF soldier turned charity leader Ely Lassman was branded a ‘war criminal’ online

King’s is one of the top 40 best universities in the world, according to new ranking

KCL has dropped three places in the rankings from last year

KCL wants to block off area outside university building to stop ‘vagrants’ sleeping around it

Staff are ‘constantly’ removing syringes and needles which are a ‘hazard’

Call for review of KCL counterterrorism course after accusations of ‘indoctrination’

A Foreign Office official complained the course was ‘biased’

KCL Tories condemned for discussing the sinking of migrant boats at booze fuelled debate

Labour’s shadow minister Jon Ashworth branded the motion a ‘disgraceful new low’

King’s College London graduate to become Blue Peter’s 43rd presenter

Shini Muthukrishnan said she is ‘buzzing’ to begin her first TV role

‘You are shadowboxing a ghost’: Inside KCL Politics Society’s annual political debate

‘You’re just a teenage girl, what do you know about foreign affairs?’

King’s vice-chancellor says UK universities are caught in a ‘triangle of sadness’

Professor Shitij Kapur is concerned about the ‘decline in quality’ of universities

This is what degree each Gossip Girl character would study at King’s

Spotted on the streets of London

This is exactly how each university degree is going to deal with the bed bug invasion

War Studies will protect us from the bed bugs, right?

World Mental Health Day: The best ways to take care of yourself at King’s

It’s okay to ask for help, no matter what you’re going through

Here are all the types of people you’ll meet at King’s during your first semester

Are you really a fresher at King’s if you haven’t encountered these people at least once?

KCL accused of creating ‘segregation’ for hosting non-white tai chi classes for staff

24 per cent of staff at King’s are of BAME backgrounds, the UK university national average is 17 per cent

King’s College London students could graduate without their dissertations being marked

No information was provided to students about how this will impact their final grade or their ability to pass the year