King's College will present a series of on-campus events as a part of the Hunger for Justice Week, Monday to Nov. 18. There will be events throughout the week designed to remind students of those who are homeless and starving around the world. Students will participate in a 60-hour homeless experience that will start at 9 a.m. on Monday, a dance party at Ruth's Place Women's Shelter, a Hunger Banquet, and a CEO food distribution service project. Funds raised will be donated to local shelters. The public may also participate in some events such as a video presentation of ‘Poet of Poverty,' King's Got Talent and a candlelight vigil. To volunteer, or for more information, contact Kimberly Fabbri at 208-5900 at ext. 5915. Participating King's students, from left, are Taylor Tynes, Candace Russ and Emily Frazier.