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Thursday October 30, 2014

Rugby team hits the headlines over stripping on tube platforms

First XV team suspended after exposing themselves on the Underground, identified whilst wearing their sports kit.

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Wednesday October 29, 2014

ICTV release new Metric Moments

Chris Kaye makes an appearance, suitably inebriated

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Friday October 24, 2014

RSM Dinner caps off a successful fortnight

178 people attended the Annual Dinner at The Rembrandt Hotel, 91 of them freshers from the Materials and Earth Science departments; this reflects the high demand for the social events that the RSM provides for its members.

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Friday October 24, 2014

A Powerful Man moves from the Union to the Blue Cube

r Philip Power is finally leaving the Union after 16 years of involvement at Imperial College London

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Friday October 24, 2014

Empower: the new Feminist Society to hit Imperial?

Empower held its first event last weekend in the Union Dining Hall. Tea and cake were provided, along with a surprise VIP appearance from Imperial’s new President, Professor Alice Gast,

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Friday October 24, 2014

Fire Alarm interrupts bar night again

Oliver Benton reports as students refuse to leave until Phil Power does

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Friday October 24, 2014

A-level results can't be finalised "until October"

Universities have been told that they shouldn’t view exam results as “finalised” until the end of October, a month after most degree courses start.

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Friday October 24, 2014

Imperial Graduands flock to Royal Albert Hall for Graduation

More than 2200 undergraduates passed through the Royal Albert Hall to receive their degrees in three separate ceremonies that took part during Commemoration Day.

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