Roar Staff

  • Birthdays: another sapphire on the Dalston strip

    Nestled into Dalston’s main strip on Stoke Newington Road, the building used to be something of an aesthetic eyesore. An old retail unit, abandoned and...

  • Carry on Carey

    By Christopher Clarke How to lose friends and alienate people? One answer is to write a right-wing article in a student newspaper. This piece is...

  • The controversial case of Lord Carey

    By Henrique Laitenberger Before engaging in such a sensitive topic, two general assessments must be made in order to avoid any misunderstandings. First, it is...

  • The intern next door

    By Laura Frater Internships: they’re renowned for bad pay, no pay, unreasonable hours and ridiculous employer requests. Unfortunately though, they’re vital for CVs and are...

  • Obsessed with film?

    Well, here’s another plug for a society. Yeah, they’re everywhere, but I have a feeling we’re at home in this section. We’re Film Soc, and...

  • Obamarama

    By Olivia Selley “I’m the commander – see, I don’t need to explain – I do not need to explain why I say things. That’s...

  • Review: Volcano Theatre’s A Clockwork Orange

    By Harriet Thompson Recreating onstage Anthony Burgess’ iconic ‘A Clockwork Orange’ was never going to be a simple task. Given the unusual language and strong...

  • Formula 1: why you should be watching!

    By Korrie Stanley “The history of F1 is an epic narrative of heroism and technical ingenuity, interwoven with tragedy, politics and greed. Emasculated by the...