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  • Bare words banned. Should slang stay?

    Will banning slang from schools improve students’ chances of getting jobs and university places?   A struggling London school has this month banned its students...

  • Sexual revolution or relationship devolution?

    by Anonymous Grindr: a godsend for lovers of casual sex, a dating tool or an obstacle to finding real love?   Not long ‘out of...

  • KCLSU: Support your socs

    by Anonymous One student explores exactly how much help KCL societies get from KCLSU.   Many words have been used to describe society presidents over...

  • From Al-Qaeda to King’s College London

      Rory Evans considers the consequences of drug prohibition: poverty, violence and misery – funded by your student loan.   How do you connect a...

  • A summer at Buckingham Palace

    Eva Xu explores a summer of performing with the National Youth Orchestra at Buckingham Palace.   It’s September, term has started, freshers’ week has come...

  • Reaching outside of KCL

    Georgie Whiteley shares her experiences of venturing out of the ‘university bubble’.   If you have ever been on an awkward date, had to make...

  • Let toys be toys!

    Will the gender neutral toy scheme be effective?   Toys R Us has recently agreed to end gender-biased marketing in their stores after bowing to...

  • Stereotypes

    Don’t let KCL’s rivalry with UCL lose you any new friends!   After spending a year living in London, I can quite safely say London...

  • The only way is King’s College

    Accent-based prejudices abound during freshers’ week, but remember to keep an open mind.   Attending university in the heart of the capital, you couldn’t ask...

  • A note from the President

    KCLSU’s President, Sebastiaan Debrouwere, welcomes the new intake of King’s freshers.   Hi, and welcome to King’s! After unpacking countless boxes, the many goodbyes and...