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Having the (module) choice

June 23, 2016 0

Author: Rachel Throughout secondary school, whilst the list of compulsory subjects slowly dwindles, your CV slowly grows with goal-orientated extra-curricular activities targeted at boosting your chances of getting into that one course that seems most ‘right’. It may seem daunting […]

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Health-related Advancements at King’s

June 16, 2016 0

Author: LeeAnn Transitioning from undergraduate studies to a postgraduate program can be very stressful if you’re not sure what to expect. As a current master’s student in the Biomedical and Molecular Sciences Research (BMSR) MSc program at King’s, I hope […]

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KCL Societies

June 9, 2016 0

Author: Azura (Liberal Arts, Singapore) As I write this, I’ve just left a handover meeting from my outgoing King’s Opera committee to next year’s incoming committee, and it’s a bittersweet feeling to be leaving – I’ve been involved with King’s […]

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Food in London

June 2, 2016 0

“Being fed” Author: Rachel Living in London is sometimes considered a costly ordeal, however, with King’s being at the heart of such a multicultural and vibrant city, we learn to take advantage of all the deals and discounts this city has to offer. When […]