Surviving the Campus Power Cut

As night draws in during a power cut, safety at the university is the main concern amongst both staff and students. Parties in the dark, hide and seek in the colleges, and elaborate … Continue Reading →

UK’s credit history downgraded from AAA rating for first time in history

  American credit ratings agency Moody’s, has downgraded the UK’s credit rating from AAA to AA1 for the first time in the country’s national history. The announcement made … Continue Reading →

Proposed plans to build fence amid security concerns for new Chaucer Fields accomodation

Following concerns voiced by St. Edmund’s School, plans are being proposed to erect a two-metre high security fence around a new accommodation block for University of Kent at Canterbury … Continue Reading →
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Top Ten…Signs You’re Not a Kid Any More

1) You realise that you drink as many cups of coffee in a day as you used to orange squash. How did we ever manage without caffeine?   2) You start having animated conversations … Continue Reading →

The Best of Tarantino Soundtracks

‘To me, movies and music go hand in hand. When I’m writing a script, one of the first things I do is find the music I’m going to play for the opening sequence’. Quentin … Continue Reading →

Radio 4′s The Listening Project: The Stories of Our Nation

Radio 4’s series The Listening Project, inspired by a similar endeavour in America called Story Corps, truly does what it says on the tin, “capturing the nation in conversation … Continue Reading →


Enactus is a budding volunteering organisation with plans that, after just a short time, are now starting to gain momentum. Although off-campus, Enactus is building a strong reputation … Continue Reading →

Stomp perform at the Marlowe Theatre

Have you ever thought: “My life is seriously lacking in shows based around percussion with household objects”? If so, then you need to see Stomp. Stomp was created in Brighton … Continue Reading →

Where are the women we can really admire?

  The debate on feminism rages on, and everyone seems to have an opinion; so just to add to the clamour, I’d like to throw in my take on role models for young women today. … Continue Reading →
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Germany faces entering recession as economy slips in last quarter of 2012

The German economy which has been a pillar of strength throughout the Eurozone crisis now faces fears of a recession for the first time in more than three years. As early as October … Continue Reading →

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