Guide

Guide

How to recreate the London vibe in lockdown

Here’s how to experience the hustle and bustle of city life from your childhood bedroom

‘I’m not sure how much longer I can keep this up’: King’s students on pandemic burnout

How the second semester of online learning has affected students’ motivation

Nine things you’ll know if you live at Great Dover Street Apartments

Stamford Street could never

The 7 inevitable stages all MS Teams seminars go through

‘Can you all hear me?’

All about LGBTQ+ History Month at King’s

Learn how students and staff are celebrating queer culture

London Valentine’s Day dates that you can still do in lockdown

Lockdown isn’t an excuse to scrap Valentine’s plans: Here are a few last minute ideas for you

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Part of Netflix’s new film The Dig was filmed at King’s

A section of the film took place at the Strand campus

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‘Where are you really from?’: Mixed race students on their experiences at King’s

I’m tired of explaining who I am to white people

Here are the best spots to skate in London over lockdown

Because what else is there to do?

7 existential crises RPE students deal with daily

Imagine contemplating life, religion, and good and evil in a Tuesday morning lecture

The hidden gems of Netflix, according to students

Looking for what to watch next on Netflix? Look no further!

Five activism Instas run by King’s students that you need to be following

Whether you’re in the mood for feminist perspectives or breaking down medical stigma, King’s students have it covered

We spoke to Kanaan Pitan, the lockdown TikTok star and King’s chemistry student

Oh, and did we mention that he’s a Gymshark model too?

Studying on campus during lockdown is still possible

Strand being empty on a weekday is the dream

‘If you want watch your lectures at 2am, you can’: The hidden perks of online learning

Because love it or hate it, we’re stuck with it for now