Saturday, August 13

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Sports & Socs

Sports Club Members find their Voices!

With the New Year fast approaching, Holloway’s sports clubs will be hanging up their kit and finding their voices as part of the RHUL Sport Choir, an innovative new project led by musical director, Amy John. The choir comprises a handful of sportsmen and women with little or no singing experience except their sideline chanting, to raise money for this year’s BUCS charity; Marie Curie Cancer Care. “It aims to get people out of their comfort zone” the former Women’s Football President explains. “We’re doing something completely different to raise money for charity”. The Sport Choir is already set for an exciting few months with preparations in place for a launch night, and the planned release and sale of a single after a Colour’s Ball performance in March, with all proceeds going to Marie Cu...
An Interview with Cheer
Sports & Socs

An Interview with Cheer

140 members, 9 teams and plenty of trophies to their name, RH Tomcats are a club that offers ‘something for everyone’. Sitting across from me, Kerrie Ahern (Club President), explains about team tanning, BUCs aspiration and the many, many bows. So after watching ‘Bring It On’ many times, I think I understand what Cheer is all about. How wrong I am. “Cheer is full on.” Kerrie dives into the vast choice of positions as well as options for all ranges of experiences; “We have 9 teams in total; 4 Stunt, 2 Dance, 2 Cheer and Sideline. Everyone has a preference whether it’s tumbling, stunting or dance.” With members having backgrounds in gymnastics to weightlifting or even to complete novices, it’s a sport that definitely has something to suit you. Stereotypically, when you think of Cheerleade...