Upcoming Events
Apply to Graduate/ Fall Convocation 
Deadline August 31
Convocation details can be found here. Students apply to graduate by logging into their Student Center account, and clicking on Apply for Graduation under Academics.

International Bridging Week
September 2 - 6
This program provides an opportunity for new international students to become familiar with King's, Western and London before the start of Orientation Week. More details can be found here.  

Residence Move in Day
September 7
Welcome to King's! For information on what to expect on move in day, and for advice on what to bring and leave behind, click here  

Orientation Week
September 7 - 13
Your official kick-off to your start here at King's. Click here to find out more about O-Week.  

Coffee House at St. Joseph's Hospitality Centre
September 12
707 Dundas Street, London 
The King's Community gathers the second Saturday of each month to volunteer at St. Joseph's Hospitality Centre. 
Contact Annette for details. 

Veritas Lecture Series: Death, Resurrection and Bioethical Dilemmas  
September 24, 7:30 p.m.
Kenny Theatre
A free lecture by Dr. Moira McQueen. Click here for more information.  

Homecoming 2015
September 25 - 27
Click here for the full schedule of events.  

Christ the King Welcome Back Barbecue  
September 27, 5 p.m. 
A community event to welcome everyone back to King's. For further details, click here

King's Federal Election Debate
October 7, 7 - 9 p.m.
Joanne & Peter Kenny Theatre

Coffee House at St. Joseph's Hospitality Centre
October 10
707 Dundas Street, London 
The King's Community gathers the second Saturday of each month to volunteer at St. Joseph's Hospitality Centre. 
Contact Annette for details.

Veritas Lecture Series: Divine Love in Challenging Times
October 21, 7:30 p.m.
Kenny Theatre
A free lecture by Paula D'Arcy. Click here for more information. 
Fall Convocation 
October 22, 10 a.m.  
Click here for more details. 
Vol. 3 / Issue 1 / August 27, 2015 
Welcome Back to King's!

We extend special a greeting to the incoming Class of 2019 and to our new faculty, staff as you start your first days with us at King's. Please don't be afraid to ask for help as you begin your journey. We are pleased to have you join the King's family.
We also welcome back our returning students. We hope you had an enjoyable summer break and are returning to us ready for a successful term.

Things@Kings has also enjoyed a summer break. We are back now and will be published every Monday starting September 7th. We hope you have been following our adventures on campus on Instagram. Campus was beautiful while you were away!
At this time, we tip our hat to the Class of 2015. The Convocation on June 9th was a significant time as we marked your transition from student to proud King's alums. As well, we celebrated our 60th anniversary. Join us now as we look back at Convocation 2015 in this video. Congratulations!

If you have submissions for Things@Kings please send them to 
communication@kings.uwo.ca Our deadline is Wednesday at noon for publication in the following Monday's newsletter. Please let us know about your events, or share your favourite campus photo. 

King's Communications Team
Bus Pass Pick-up
King's students are now able to pick up their bus passes on campus in the Student Life Centre. This pass entitles students to unlimited use of all regularly scheduled London Transit Commission services. Please ensure that you bring your student I.D. with you when picking up your pass. 

 Click here for more details.
Bridging Week
September 2 - 6

International students, please accept our invitation to participate in the King's International Students' Bridging Program. Bridging Week provides an opportunity for new international students to become familiarized with King's, Western and London prior to the excitement and hectic pace of the Orientation Program for all new students.

For more information on King's Bridging week, click here.
Move in Day - September 7
Welcome to King's, your home for the next eight months! If you are a student moving into residence, be sure to check out the move in brochure, and move in check list. You can find both by clicking here. 
O-Week September 7 - 13
All students new to King's are invited to participate in Orientation Week, or
"O-Week." This week is meant to ease the transition for first year students new to King's. Throughout O-Week, students are encouraged to attend social engagements, and academic programs alike to get better acquainted with campus,their peers, and prepared for their classes. To find out more about
O-Week, click here. 
Veritas Lecture Series: Death, Resurrection and Bioethical Dilemmas
Dr. Moira McQueen
Thursday, September 24, 7:30 p.m.
Joanne & Peter Kenny Theatre, SLC 

The Christian approach to death is charged with meaning, since we recognize that death is an essential part of life. We are challenged in many ways to die to ourselves so that we might rise to greater things, just as the seed must fall into the ground and die in order to produce great fruit. Christ's Resurrection reverses our idea of finality, giving us hope and meaning for our lives and deaths as well as helping us confront some of the bioethical dilemmas found in today's 'Culture of Death.'

Free parking is available for this special presentation.

 Click here for more details.
Homecoming 2015
September 25 - 27

Homecoming is just around the corner, and now is the time to make plans to reconnect with past and present students. 

Click here for more details.
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