Königspost – German newspaper
The newspaper is produced by students in their final year at King's College London. The editorial team is supported by Christine Schallmoser (OeAD-Lektorien) and Florian Lippert (DAAD-Lektor).
The 6th edition of the Königspost concerns itself with many of the current, pressing and controversial issues that our society faces. From topics such as German language change and the future of the EU, right through to the recent Olympic games, this winter edition of newspaper addresses all kinds of interests.
Of course, the newspaper would not be complete without the German department’s very own news, which includes the Georg Büchner Prize-winner, Felicitas Hoppe’s recent visit to King’s.
The 6th edition can be read online.
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Read all about the Eurocrisis from a German perspective, our entry into the post-fossil era, anecdotes of our Erasmus-students, and much more! The fifth edition can be read online here.
The main topic of the first edition was "Stuttgart 21“, a high-profile but also highly controversial transport political project. If you are interested in the capital of Germany don't miss out on a portrait of Berlin which explains what it means to be "ein Berliner“. Further topics are the controversies surrounding the changes within the German university system, the German-Turquish football player Mesut Özil and the "Festival of Lights 2010“ in Berlin.
The first edition was called Coming and Going and featured articles about the 20th Anniversary of The Fall of The Berlin Wall, the German parliamentary elections in 2009, the Nobel Peace Prize for Barack Obama, experiences of final years in their Year Abroad, German-speaking countries and their attitude towards sports and fitness as well as a review of the film “Das Weisse Band” produced by the Austrian-born director Michael Haneke.