Hannah Constable

Hannah Constable
Bournemouth University

female-centred articles, student journalism, mental-health awareness, hot-girl walks, London life, reading cringe romance novels, puppy yoga

  • Hannah Constable is currently a writer for the King's Tab - writing mostly feature articles, ranging from how to heal a heartbreak, to the ickiest things about the university
  • Hannah is passionate about writing original and relatable pieces and bringing in a new audience to The Tab King's
  • She most enjoys journalism in the style of Dolly Alderton and reads 'Dear Dolly' in The Sunday Times weekly


Hannah joined The Tab King's in January 2023 as a writer and remains one of the most consistent and experienced writers. She also has her own blog, where she writes about her life beyond being a student


She is in her second year of her undergraduate degree in English Literature (BA) at King's College London, completing various modules in studies of medieval literature and eighteenth century novels


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We asked and you delivered: These are officially King’s students biggest icks

Unlike Anton with Georgia H, you’ll struggle to come back from the ick

Move over Valentine’s: Here are 10 activities for Palentine’s and Galentine’s at KCL

Boyfriends and girlfriends are gonna come and go, but this is for life

This is how old the cast of Pretty Little Liars were compared to their characters

Alison DeLaurentis was SO young

We asked King’s students what their Ins and Outs are for 2024, here’s what they said

The KCL Ins and Outs will be infinitely better than the Wall Street Journal’s edition – but yes, Jacob Elordi is definitely in for 2024

We asked students for their biggest King’s icks and here’s what they said

The lack of heating in the Maughan gives me the ick more than any boy ever could

Hot-girl costumes you can recycle this Halloween

‘In Girl World, Halloween is the one day a year when a girl can dress like a total slut and no other girls can say anything else about it’

Here are some small changes you can make as a King’s student for a more sustainable summer

it’s time to make some steps towards changing the planet for the better

King’s students: you are more than academic validation, don’t let it damage your happiness

Time to take a break from being an academic weapon

Mental Health Awareness Week: How to take care of yourself as a student in London

Your mental health is just as important to take care of as your physical

Affordable activities to soothe a heartbreak as a student in London

Not breaking the bank, or your heart

As a female King’s student living in London, why does it feel like my safety is a luxury?

No one should have to put up with being filmed whilst walking down Oxford Street