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Information received under the Freedom of Information Act (2000) shows that ten King’s College London (KCL) locations across London still contain potentially dangerous asbestos....

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Science & Technology

Staff writer Anoushka Sinha discusses gravitational waves, a physical phenomenon involving invisible ripples in space-time. Research from King’s College London (KCL) in the field...

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On Tuesday 11 June, King’s College London’s (KCL) annual Alumni Awards night, recognising a small number of KCL alumni for their achievements over the...

Students

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From the 21st to the 23rd of May, King’s College London (KCL) hosted the second London Defence Conference (LDC), Roar sent a team of...

Comment

Features editor Govhar Dadashova offers an in-depth overview of the upcoming European elections, examining the EU’s structure and who voters expect to see at...

Comment

Staff writer, and CAMERA-On-Campus fellow, Patrick Schnecker examines the recent rise in UK antisemitism and questions whether universities are doing enough to put the...

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Staff writer Samira Siakantari, an exchange student at UCLA, recounts her experience of the police crackdown on the UCLA Pro-Palestinian encampment, arguing student protestors...

Attendees playing indie games pre-release. Credits: Tanya Kapur Attendees playing indie games pre-release. Credits: Tanya Kapur

Culture

Staff Writer Wyatt Au Young covers the recent Game Day X event at Strand Campus and interviews its CEO Tanya Kapur on the game...

KCLSU & Societies

Roar can exclusively reveal that real terms expenditure by King’s College London (KCL) Sport & Wellbeing was 10% lower over the last five years...

Politics

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Comment editor Ruth Otim examines Sahelian countries’ reception to Russia as France exits the African region. Numerous news outlets have been positioning the Russian...

Culture

Ian McKellen as Falstaff sits on a chair on stage right. Toheeb Jimoh, as Prince Hal, looks at McKellen from his seat on the floor. Ian McKellen as Falstaff sits on a chair on stage right. Toheeb Jimoh, as Prince Hal, looks at McKellen from his seat on the floor.

Culture

Culture Editor Evelyn Shepphird examines political violence and filial loyalty within Robert Icke’s ‘Player Kings’, the West End adaptation of Shakespeare’s ‘Henry IV’ Parts...

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Sports

Sport

Staff Writer Will Black summarises the events of this season’s Imola Grand Prix. A last lap dash, an unfortunate Albon, and worrying times for...

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