More than 400 students voted in this week’s KUSU ballot for the part-time officer by-election and to decide whether the student union should support student protests on November 9.
With austerity abound and student fees rising, why is the university spending our money on vanity construction projects?
By Nick Smith
We investigate alternative ways to shed the extra pounds off your waist with everything from pole dancing to Bikram yoga.
By Joyce See
This week The River published the story of KU students who are under investigation after a fox was found beaten and dumped in a dustbin. Here’s what one of our writers Amirah Valu thought.
By Amirah Valu
When a woman walks into a room wearing a little less than everyone else, don’t commit the every day girl-on-girl crimes.
By Hayley Simpson
Lloyd releases his fourth album and is confident he will win over the hearts of many.
By Jan-Marie Revers
Miss London tells the River’s own Michelle Tiwo about her rise to fame and how she plans to take over the world.
By Michelle Tiwo
Whenever I go for a night out in Kingston, I always end up feeling I should have left my jeans at home and worn my top as a dress.
By Therese Doksheim
Fears about the number of applications Kingston University will get this year have intensified after interest in some faculties fell by up to 60 per cent before last weekend’s open day.
By Rosie Williams and Fabiloa Büchele
A Kingston University lecturer will have his designs appear on 12 British Airways planes that will fly top athletes to and from the 2012 Olympic and Paralympics Games.
By Erica Sesay