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A composition by King's alumna Kate Whitley (KC 2007) was premièred in Trafalgar Square on Sunday 29th June by the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the Orchestra's Music Director Sir Simon Rattle.

Darin Weinberg's book Contemporary Social Constructionism (2014, Temple) has been awarded the 2018 Melvin Pollner Prize in Ethnomethodology by the American Sociological Association's section on Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis.

The College's own label supports new music with digital releases by Nico Muhly and Francis Grier.

Among those recognised are King's alumni Charles Saumarez Smith, Thomas Adès, Alison Davenport, Susanna Eastburn and Geoffrey Harcourt.

Daniel Hyde will succeed Stephen Cleobury from October 2019.

The Master of Peterhouse and former Diplomatic Correspondent for the BBC will give the annual address.

The Administrators of the H E Durham Fund give notice that small grants may be made for the purpose of advancing, improving, or disseminating knowledge of human or animal life in health or in disease.

Professor Azim Surani has been named as a recipient of the 2018 Canada Gairtner International Award.

King’s is delighted that the Gatehouse (incorporating the Porters’ Lodge and Visitor Department) has now been refurbished, and has been enjoyed for the full Lent term.

Statement on the Pensions dispute from the Fellows of King’s College agreed unanimously at a meeting of the Fellows of King’s College on 15 March.