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On-campus teaching will resume for small-group seminars, workshops, and tutorials from September

Students and staff must take COVID-19 tests bi-weekly if they come to campus or live in King’s residences, regardless of vaccination status

KCL issues apology to staff after including a photo of Prince Philip in an email

Free speech campaigners and MPs have criticised the complaints of staff regarding the Duke of Edinburgh’s “history of racist and sexist comments”

KCLSU gets Carole Baskin and Tia Kofi to promote SU Awards

A Cameo video from Carole Baskin costs £224

King’s president to perform virtual graduation ceremonies dressed as Reggie the Lion

Get your entire family to crowd around your computer screen to watch you get given your degree by a lion

Police ‘increasingly concerned for welfare’ of missing Brookes student

Richard Okorogheye was reported missing last Wednesday

KCL ranked second in the world for Nursing in QS rankings

King’s is also in the top ten for Dentistry and Philosophy

KCL postpones summer 2021 graduation

Students will have a ‘virtual celebration’ instead

King’s announces online teaching for the remainder of the year

Courses that require “specialist practical learning” will be unaffected

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King’s has introduced a Fair Assessment Policy for grades this year

There is no safety net for 2020-21 assessments

King’s students on campus expected to take two Covid-19 tests a week

Students and staff can also join a KCL TEST – Covid-19 study

What went on in the KCL Rent Strike Open Forum

The event included discussions with committee members and King’s staff and representatives

King’s confirms online teaching until at least mid-February

Online teaching may be extended to the rest of the semester

KCL students unable to take online exams due to KEATS crash

Those affected have either had their exams rescheduled or exam time period extended

KCLSU announce no detriment policy ‘to be finalised next week’

The Russell Group had previously said the safety net isn’t ‘necessary’ this year

200 King’s students have signed up to rent strike

They say they’re tired of ‘appalling living conditions’

Over 1,900 King’s students sign safety net policy petition

The petition demands that KCL uphold the policy for this academic year as “the situation has only gotten worse”