Interview

Interview

Meet Emma Bates, the KCL alumni turned New York start-up extraordinaire

She could be the next addition to the alumni wall

Meet the King’s students volunteering their Friday nights to feed London’s homeless

The group of King’s students helping Charity Begins At Home distribute meals to individuals in need

We spoke to the founder of ‘It Happens Here’ KCL

‘At the very least, I want to let other students know their concerns are being heard, and are no longer being invalidated’

Meet Houseplant, a King’s based four-piece indie band

‘We get to look back and say, we weren’t just studying during uni, we were having fun making music too’

All about London Classicists of Colour, a society working towards decolonising Classics

‘We need more POC in classics, more POC-centered narratives, and more study of POC in the ancient world’

Meet Inigo: The King’s student making the best POV comedy videos on TikTok

He has over 100k followers and five million likes

King’s third-year Helena Deane on what it’s like to have an eating disorder as a student

‘We’re under so much pressure right now. Please try not to care about your body changing’

King’s mitigating circumstances processes need improvement

Students feel MCFs don’t “take into account the whole spectrum of what students are going through” during the pandemic

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A Tiktok star, our social ed, and ‘a Hippie Jack Sparrow’: The first ever King’s Goes Dating is here!

It’s *virtual* cuffing season

Music during the pandemic: how King’s societies are dealing with restrictions

From masked theatre rehearsals to Instagram a cappella arrangements

What these King’s students did over lockdown

Lockdown may be over, but how did students spend their time during it?

We chatted with Jack Sheppard, the King’s student who’s your new best friend on TikTok

‘I don’t see myself becoming Noah Beck anytime soon. Luckily, I don’t have a thick neck and six-pack’

‘Diwali has been cancelled’: King’s students on their celebrations from home

‘I can’t even imagine celebrating Diwali alone, it’s meant to be enjoyed with family and the people we love’