By early March, as it became increasingly clear that COVID-19 was going to seriously disrupt the running of the school, the country and the world, we asked ourselves what to do with Beyond King’s. We’d been working on the content of the magazine since November, and all of a sudden everything was overshadowed by the virus. Should we proceed with writing all the great stories about student and alumni achievements? Should we convert the whole magazine into a COVID-19 issue? Would we even be able to print and distribute the magazine? Read more
First, they killed her aunt. That night, much as the night before and the night after, the neighborhoods in Aleppo were empty.
After penning a five-part article series about women’s rights in the Middle East, Raghda Obeidat ’20 won first prize in News Decoder’s global story-telling contest.
After a bumpy start, Rayan AlShathry ’18 discovers that trusting your gut instinct can take you to a place that reflects your true nature and interests.
After spending a stimulating semester at King’s Academy learning Arabic, Deanna Lonsdale ’22 was moved to give back.
Across the world, women are underrepresented in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Maria Camila Garzon-Ruiz ’12 has worked towards assisting those in situations of great vulnerability. A descendant of refugees who fled Lebanon due to religious persecution, Garzon-Ruiz grew up in Colombia, a country that up until 2018 held the highest number of internally displaced people globally (6 million) resulting from over six decades of violent conflict.