Pitta Cutting Event – Athinaiki Lesxi, 29.1.2017

Dear Friends and Alumni,

The Executive Committee of the King’s College Alumni Greek Society invite you to its pitta cutting event on Sunday, January 29, 2017 at 18.30, at Athinaiki Lesxi (Athens Club – http://www.athensclub.gr/gr_pages/home2.htm – Panepistimiou 11, Athens).

The event is scheduled to begin at 18:30 followed by a welcome speech from Constantine Bogdanos, (KCL Alumnus – Jounralist, SKAI)

After the pitta cutting and the announcement of the winner of the lucky “flouri”, there will be a wine reception with finger food.

As a flouri we have been kindly offered a two nights stay to Hotel Sidra, Hydra Island, Greece, T: +30-22980-53401, +30-22980-53402, E: sidrahotel@yahoo.gr, W: http://www.hydra.com.gr/sidra/

As a second flouri we have been kindly offered a branded pair of woman sunglasses by Occhio Papavassiliou Stores (Golden Hall, Nea Smirni, Glyfada, www.occhio.gr )

Among the guests there will be journalists, businessmen  and mentors. This is a perfect chance for you to network with each other, but mainly with other alumni and get to know each other better!

Price per person 20Euros

If you are interested in supporting or sponsoring this event please do not hesitate to contact us!

Please note that the seats are limited, so please RSVP!

RSVP: info@kclagreece.com by Friday, January 27, 2017 (mentioning also number of attendees)

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King’s College London honored … King’s College London

The Greek King’s College London Alumni Society represented by Mrs Olga Kefalogianni honored Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Greece HE John Kittmer


The Greek King’s College London Alumni Society organized a social event at Ghika Gallery of Benaki Museum in Athens (Greece). Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Greece H.E. Mr. John Kittmer (KCL Alumnus) attended this event as a guest of honor and he was honored by Greek King’s College London Alumni Society represented kindly by Mrs. Olga Kefalogianni (Member of the Greek Parliament – KCL Alumna).

Mrs. Olga Kefalogianni noted that H.E. Mr. John Kittmer works constantly on the Greek Cause that is the enormous cultural, spiritual and historical patrimony Greece offered the world, through centuries and one of the many noble causes is to preserve the Adamantions Korais Chair in King’s College London.

Mr. Epameinondas Stylopoulos, chairman of the Greek King’s College London Alumni Society, commented that “Our world is changing fast and all citizens of the world have to embrace and absorb many changes leading to a better society and pass on fundamental values to future generations just like King’s College London alumni”.

Finally, H.E. Mr. John Kittmer thanked the Greek King’s College London Alumni Society for the invitation and the honor. Moreover, he made special reference to the Greek culture and history given that he is currently a part – time PHD student at King’s College London and his thesis regards the poetry of Yannis Ritsos.

For more information regarding the Greek King’s College London Alumni Society you may visit www.kclagreece.com. The main thought of the Greek King’s College London Alumni Society is the fact that King’s alumni share some principles and ideas, which can keep them together and close, even after the end of their common academic life. The objective of the Greek King’s College London Alumni Society to keep united King’s graduates is strengthen by the mere fact that there a lot of King’s alumni, who have become examples for the rest of the society mainly through their work. The goals of the Greek King’s College London Alumni Society involve organizing social events, building a national and international King’s alumni network and creating alumni volunteer opportunities. The alumni community of King’s College London in Greece now totals almost 1,500 former students and staff, with nearly 900 alumni based in Athens.

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Is the United Kingdom staying in the European Union? Thursday June 23, 2016

The King’s College London Alumni Society in Greece requests the pleasure of your company at a round table discussion on Thursday June 23, 2016 at 19.00 at Free Thinking Zone (Skoufa 64 and Grivaion, Athens – Kolonaki, www.freethinkingzone.gr) regarding the British Referendum that is being held on this day with the following invited speakers:

Nektarios V. Notis, Financial Commentator ATHINA 984, Communications Consultant

Harris Ikonomopoulos, Attorney-at-Law, President of the British Hellenic Chamber of Commerce

Constantinos Papachlimintzos, Journalist, Director of the newspaper “I ESTIA”

The event will be followed by a networking event at the same place.

The entrance is free. For administration purposes please reply “RSVD Referendum” at info@kclagreece.com until Wednesday June 22. Dress Code: Smart Casual

We shall be honored by your presence!

 On behalf of the Executive Committee


The event is kindly supported by:

Stylopoulos & Associates, Law Office, Athens, Greece, Τ: +30-2103832518, E: info@slo.gr , W: www.slo.gr

Hotel Sidra, Hydra Island, Greece, T: +30-22980-53401, +30-22980-53402, E: sidrahotel@yahoo.gr, W: http://www.hydra.com.gr/sidra/

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Our society met Olga Kegalogianni, who is also a KCL alumna!

Epameinondas Stylopoulos and Paris Vallides on behalf of the King’s College London Alumni Greece executive committee met with Olga Kefalogianni, who is also a KCL alumna, in order to discuss with her future plans and ideas regarding our society!


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13th April 2016, Megaro Mousikis – Roderick Beaton, Koraes Chair Professor at King’s College London

Dear Alumni and friends,

We would like to invite you to a lecture on 13th April, 19.00-21.00 at Megaro Mousikis. Roderick Beaton, Koraes Professor of Modern Greek and Byzantine History, Language and Literature at King’s College London will speak about ‘The real contribution of Lord Byron to the 1821 Revolution’.

Wednesday, April 13 (at 19.00) : “Lord Byron and the bailouts: what the British poet really did for the Greek Revolution of 1821” at MEGARON PLUS

In collaboration with the British Embassy in Athens, the British Council, the King’s College London and the Patakis Publications

Speaker: Professor Roderick Beaton, King’s College Koraes Professor of Modern Greek & Byzantine History, Language & Literature; Director, Centre of King’s College Hellenic Studies

Coordinator: Haris Vlavianos, writer, Professor at the Athens College

In Greek and in English with simultaneous translation. / Free admission with admission ticket / Distribution of admission tickets begins at 5:30 p.m. / (Nikos Skalkotas Hall)

The KCLA Greece executive committee

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