Bodley’s roof is partially in disrepair. Photo: Claude N. Smith Ltd. Collyweston slate mine re-opens for Bodley’s repairs

As part of the College’s Strategic Infrastructure Programme, Bodley’s Court will be re-roofed in 2018 in order to replace the stone slating which has delaminated since being laid in 189

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Krishna Kumar King’s CRA wins Software Sustainability Fellowship

King's alumnus and College Research Associate, Dr. Krishna Kumar, has won the Software Sustainability Institute (SSI) Fellowship for 2017.

11 December 2016 related news
Their Royal Highnesses watch the Choir rehearse HRH visits King’s College

The College was pleased to welcome The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall on Tuesday 29 November as part of their visit to the University of Cambridge.

1 December 2016 related news
King's Annual Report 2016

We are pleased to announce that the 2016 King's Annual Report is now available on our website.

1 December 2016 related news
Stack Award for King's Review

The Stack Awards are the world’s only awards scheme created exclusively for independent magazines, this year’s they received more than 300 entries from independent publishers around the

30 November 2016 related news
The death of Dr John Stewart


John’s funeral took place on Wednesday 30 November 3 p.m. Crematorium West Chapel

15 November 2016 related news
Duncan Druce - personal memories from Richard Steinitz

Composer, musicologist and violinist Duncan Druce (KC 1957) died on 13 October 2015. Here are some personal memories from Richard Steinitz.

14 November 2016 related news
Sir Derek Oulton has died at the age of eighty-eight

SIR DEREK OULTON (KC 1945) brother of HCNMO (1937), one of the great reforming civil servants of his generation, has died at the age of eighty-eight.

14 November 2016 related news
Michael Berkeley Michael Berkeley composes Christmas commissioned carol

The composer of this year's commissioned Christmas carol is British composer Michael Berkeley, who has set to music a the traditional 15th century Christmas text This Endernight.

3 November 2016 related news
Choristers win composition competition Choristers win composition competition

Two King’s Choristers have achieved remarkable success in the Cambridge Young Composer Awards by coming first and second in their age category.

3 November 2016 related news
Postgraduate Open Day

The University of Cambridge will be hosting its first Postgraduate Open Day on Wednesday 2 November 2016.  This unique event is organised by the Graduate Admissions Office in

20 October 2016 related news
King’s Men release new Christmas album King’s Men release new Christmas album

The King’s Men (the men’s voices from King’s College Choir) have today released a new album of close-harmony Christmas arrangements.

14 October 2016 related news
Professor Oliver Hart wins economics Nobel Prize

Professor Oliver Hart, a former undergraduate at King’s College (1966), and a former Fellow of Churchill College, has been jointly awarded the 2016 Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Science

10 October 2016 related news
Choir recording of Duruflé Requiem released

King’s College’s recent recording of the Fauré Requiem was the best-selling core classical album of 2014.

9 September 2016 related news
Xu Zhimo The Xu Zhimo Poetry and Art Festival

Xu Zhimo - Famous Poet

15 August 2016 related news
Choir returns from successful China tour Choir returns from successful China tour

The Dean of Chapel, the Revd Dr Stephen Cherry, has written this report:

10 August 2016 related news
Celebrating Shakespeare at King’s Library

This year is the quatercentenary of the death of William Shakespeare (1654–1616) and events are being held worldwide to celebrate the life and work of the UK’s most famous poet, playwri

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