In the eye of the storm: Philip Crowther in Washington

Alumnus and White House Correspondent for France 24 Philip Crowther gives us his take on what it’s like to be on the front line of a presidential campaign and what we can expect from President Trump.

King's Awards 2016

At this year’s King’s Awards, held on 23 November, three outstanding alumni were celebrated for their contribution, commitment and support of the King's community.

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King's romance crosses the seas

The Woodwards

Globetrotting alumni Mandy and Andy Woodward tell us about how they met and their links to King's. 

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King's in the US

US Tour 2016

In October, alumni joined us at King’s events across the US - here’s your chance to view the trip highlights. 

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intouch spring 2016

InTouch Autumn 2016

Don't miss out on the latest edition of your alumni publication. 

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Archive news
A chilly Christmas for alumni

Christmas Expeditions

Read these two tales of King’s alumni who braved extreme weather at Christmas on their frosty adventures.

03 January 2017 17:02:00

Festivities at King's

Festive Kings

We look back on some of King's past Christmases. 

03 January 2017 17:00:00

Innovators, rain or shine

Alumni Antoine Gros and Aurélien Rinaldi are founders of the innovative accessories brand Beau Nuage.

18 November 2016 10:22:00

Student cover star

From student to cover star: the story of Sheila Harris.

17 November 2016 12:42:00

A family tribute

This year Malcolm Stewart, son of King’s alumnus Alister Stewart, found himself honouring not one but two King’s alumni.

13 November 2016 12:26:00

Your Instagram tour of King's

Let us inspire you with some ideas of what to see with our virtual tour of London – with a King’s twist!

13 November 2016 12:25:00

King's and our US alumni

Andrew Toney

Andrew Toney, International Alumni Officer at King’s, explains what he feels are the differences between US universities and those in the UK.

13 November 2016 12:14:00

Remembrance Day

Sadly, almost 500 King’s staff and students were killed in action in World War I. 338 more fell by the end of World War II.

10 November 2016 15:36:00

King's CASE Award

King’s makes history as the first European university to win Platinum CASE Award

06 October 2016 10:58:00

No smoke without fire

What do we know about the impact of the Great Fire?

03 October 2016 11:26:00

King's expertise recognised

King’s expertise has been recognised for its educational work in both the QS World Rankings and Shanghai ranking.

08 September 2016 09:26:00

Supporting students

How the King's Hardship Fund helped midwifery student Anna.

02 September 2016 10:39:00

King’s climbs rankings

King’s is now one of only seven UK universities to be ranked in the Top 50 of the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) league table.

30 August 2016 12:26:00

King's at Rio 2016

Rio 2016

Find out about all the alumni stories and successes of the Olympics this year.

30 August 2016 11:05:00

Gemma Peters interview

Gemma Peters

Gemma Peters, Executive Director of Fundraising and Supporter Development at King’s, shares her experiences of running World questions | King's answers campaign.

09 August 2016 12:19:00

A Guide for New Graduates

Gary Argent (Computer Science, 1991), founder of Graduate Transitions, shares his advice to graduates on making those all-important first steps in a competitive career environment.

01 August 2016 10:21:00

King's in the USA

Catch up on the best bits from our King's Connect Summer 2016 series in the US.

01 August 2016 10:18:00

Top tips for graduating dentists

Dr Jerry Asquith, Chair of the King’s Dental Alumni Community, shares his dos and don’ts for recently qualified dentists as they set out on their dental career.

31 July 2016 10:17:00

92 and still rowing strong

On Saturday July 2nd a combined boat of King’s Students and Alumni, including 92 year old Francis De Marneffe, took to the water at the Henley Royal Regatta.

31 July 2016 10:15:00

Alumni Weekend 2016

Reminiscing, catching up with old friends and connecting with your alma mater - Alumni Weekend is all about you. 

27 July 2016 14:26:00

My Second Best Bed

Dr Amanda Bevan, Head of Legal Records at The National Archives, who gave an enlightening talk on the intricacies and confusion surrounding Shakespeare’s will.

12 July 2016 09:33:00

On the road to Rio

Katherine Grainger and Dina Asher-Smith qualify for the Rio Olympics!

04 July 2016 10:01:00

Russell Goulbourne interview

Professor Russell Goulbourne, Dean of King’s faculty of Arts and Humanities, discusses the development of this dynamic and outward looking department, demonstrated through the collaboration between King’s and the Shakespeare400 consortium.

16 June 2016 12:21:00

We met at King's: Attollo

A King’s entrepreneurial success story, luxury lingerie business Attollo was founded by Alice Holden ( Geography, 2014) and Fleurette Mulcahy (Geography, 2014) while they were still studying.

16 June 2016 12:15:00

We met at King's: Jack & Marta

With mutual interests in sports, travel, outdoor pursuits and eating trifle, Jack Colman (Law, 2009) and Marta Bujwicka-Colman (Modern Foreign Languages with Education, 2009) met during their first year at King’s and married in 2012. 

16 June 2016 12:09:00

Top diet tips from Tim Spector

We asked top genealogist and founder of Twins UK, Professor Tim Spector, to provide nutritional advice inspired by his research into microbes, genetics and diet.

16 June 2016 11:47:00

Entrepreneur’s market

King’s College London is redefining the provision of business education. Launching in September 2016, King’s Business School is being established in response to challenges posed by changing career patterns, digital technology and globalisation.

16 June 2016 11:20:00

Going for Gold

This year, King’s students and alumni have plenty of reason to hope for great results at the Olympics with an impressive King’s line up primed for the starting blocks.

16 June 2016 11:10:00

An American in Europe

Kay Jebelli speaking in Brussels

Kayvan Hazemi Jebelli (Kay) is a lawyer at Hogan Lovells in Brussels, Belgium and one of King’s International Alumni Leaders.

16 June 2016 11:06:00

In or Out? The EU Referendum

In or out: the EU referendum

On June 23rd, Britons will vote in a referendum to decide whether the UK will remain within the European Union. We asked four members of the King’s community to dissect the issue.

16 June 2016 11:02:00

Why I Support King’s

George Koukis

Donating time and money to good causes brings true fulfilment in life, says King’s donor and entrepreneur George Koukis.

16 June 2016 11:01:00

Education for all

King's alumnae playing rugby

It’s no secret that London is an expensive place to live. Although the city offers many unique and unmissable opportunities for students, there are undeniably tough challenges when it comes to finance.

16 June 2016 10:18:00

Founding a free school

Alison Wolf

King’s Professor Baroness Alison Wolf is a British economist and founding Chair of King’s College London Mathematics School. In this article, adapted from a piece published in The Spectator in September 2015, she explains how the school is already producing impressive results.

15 June 2016 10:35:00

Putting academia into action

Jonathan Grant at Policy Idol competition 2016

Professor Jonathan Grant may not be someone you’re already familiar with, but over the next few years the work he’s steering will have a profound effect on King’s. 

15 June 2016 10:15:00

Q&A: Charlotte Richardson

Charlotte Richardson

Charlotte Richardson graduated from King’s in 2012 with a BA in English Literature. In just three years and at the young age of 23, she had been appointed as Head of Marketing and Communications at Gillingham Football Club. 

04 April 2016 01:22:00

Q&A: Cynthia Salim

Cynthia left King’s in 2010 with an MA in Human Values and Contemporary Global Ethics, acquired at the Dickson Poon School of Law. She is the founder and CEO of Citizen’s Mark, an entirely ethical line of high quality, Italian wool blazers for women.


04 April 2016 01:17:00

Dental Alumni Weekend

henry schein

This past weekend, we welcomed over 250 dental alumni, staff and students to Dental Alumni Weekend 2016!

04 March 2016 13:37:00

Scrum Down

Robb Tagg Rugby

One of the most important events in King’s Rugby calendar is the Rob Tagg Memorial Match.

10 February 2016 13:40:00

2016 New Year's Honours list

David Cowan

King’s is delighted to announce that a number of King’s Alumni have been recognised in the 2016 New Year’s Honours list.

14 January 2016 13:42:00

dental dinner

New Chairman of the university’s Governing Council

Sir Christopher Geidt is set to become the new Chairman of the university’s Governing Council, succeeding the ninth Duke of Wellington, Charles Wellesley.

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