Stories that involve King's students
Kate Whitley wins the RPS Music Award for Audiences and Engagement with her project Multi-Story.
King's graduate, Dr Banu Turnaoğlu, was awarded the Sir Ernest Barker Prize for Best Dissertation in Political Theory.
Hollie McNish is featured on BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour.
King's alumni win three categories at the 2015 British Composer Awards.
Former choral scholars fulfill Ada Lovelace's prediction of computer-generated music.
What were students' first impressions of King's?
King's students, fellows and staff succeed in this year's Chariots of Fire event.
King's alumna and composer Kate Whitley (KC 2007) has organised a series of music events in a muti-storey car park in London.
Third-year undergraduate Alex Tay has just won a competition for Cambridge University Composers.
As part of King's College Chapel's 500th anniversary celebrations, a concert of contemporary music will be held in the Chapel on 22 April.