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Roar News Feb 4
Would be extremely keen to know soon so can plan !
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Roar News Jan 23
King’s wins 73-61!
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Roar News Jan 23
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Roar News Jan 23
King’s cheers can be heard loud and wide!
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Roar News Jan 23
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Roar News Jan 23
KCL: 41 UCL: 26
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Roar News Jan 23
Seems to be a pretty tense game!
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Roar News Jan 23
Lots of animosity on the court tonight...
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Roar News Jan 23
KCL: 38 UCL: 21
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Roar News Jan 23
KCL: 29 UCL: 21
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Roar News Jan 23
KCL: 21 UCL: 21
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Roar News Jan 23
...And King’s scores the first basket!
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Roar News Jan 23
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Roar News Jan 23
Sue Vanstone, 1969 KCLSU Lady Vice President: “We pushed. We were there. We weren’t going to be ignored. Instead of asking ‘why me?’, you should ask ‘why NOT me? Why should it be someone else?’”
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Roar News Jan 22
Today’s panel at the launch!
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Roar News Jan 22
Sue Vanstone, 1969 KCLSU Lady Vice President on King’s and the importance of female candidates in SU elections
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Roar News Jan 22
“As women, we are taught to undervalue our abilities and doubt our qualifications, but it is important to recognise that no one is 100% qualified to fulfil an elected role”
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Roar News Jan 22
“Carework done by women often holds a group or event together, yet isn’t given the same recognition as other positions simply because people assume it’s a job women should just ‘do’”
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Roar News Jan 22
“Women are more likely to run for historically gendered positions - for example, welfare is an extremely gendered position, and caretaking is something women tend to take up more often”
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