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Roar News Roundup – Episode 2

News editor Justine Noble brings you news on the ongoing strikes, KCL’s online courses for Afghan women and the return of Policy Idol.

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'Legally Blonde' cast members line up within a dance, hands on each others' hips, and leaning forward.

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Staff Writer Anwesh Banerjee reviews King’s Musical Theatre Society’s ‘Legally Blonde,’ which played at the Greenwood Theatre from 25th to 27th April, 2024 When...

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Staff writer Salomé Ichay scrutinises French President Macron’s dissolution of the National Assembly after the outcome of the EU elections. Across the media, the...

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Staff writer Sophia Chan examines the lack of innovation from US Big Pharma firms and proposes her solutions for how the Biden administration could...

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Staff Writer Patrick Schnecker interviews NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană at NATO’s headquarters in Brussels. If the YouTube link does not load, click...

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President of King’s College London (KCL) Israel Society Aurele Tobelem dissects the demands of the student-led coalition protesting at the pro-Palestine encampments. Editor’s note:...

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Staff Writer Alex Martin Astley argues Deliveroo workers in the UK have to work hard for measly pay, but states KCL students can help:...

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Staff Writers Sarah Stancombe and Sam Lord analyse and unpack the differing reactions to staff strikes in London and Melbourne. Despite similar hardships facing...

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On 5 October, the University and College Union (UCU) announced that Universities UK (UUK) have agreed to reverse the 35% cut made to university...

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News Editor Imogen Dixon explains the impact that strike action will likely have on the education of incoming King’s College London (KCL) students. It...