Canterbury’s Most Haunted

Emma Brazell investigates Canterbury’s darker side and introduces us to some of the cities more elusive residents… Have you ever felt an eerie chill in the air as you tightly … Continue Reading →

A Beginners Guide to Student Blogs

  If you are looking for a break from reading your university texts, getting addicted to blogs may be the answer. Here is our guide to student blogs guaranteed to help you through … Continue Reading →

10(ish) Things I Hate About You

Henry Sandercock vents his annoyance at other people’s frustrating habits. As a polite, gentlemanly and civilised man I usually keep my little pet hates to myself. However, over … Continue Reading →

The Wolf Among Us Episode 1: Faith Review

Are you a fan of the award winning game The Walking Dead? Euan Anckorn reviews the latest offering from Telltale Games. The Wolf Among Us is Telltale Games’ first project since … Continue Reading →

Theatre Review: Chelsea Hotel

  Earthfall dance and theatre troupe put on an interesting show about New York’s Chelsea Hotel, exploiting to full effect this veritable source of bohemian culture. Earthfall … Continue Reading →

New UKC Law Building Planned for 2015

A new law building is to be built next to the current law school. Kent Law Campaign are holding a 5km Fun Run on the 3rd of November to fundraise in support. The Kent Law School are … Continue Reading →

Do Higher Fees Equal Fewer Teaching Hours?

With the tuition fees at the majority of universities across the UK rising to £9,000 a year one would think that students would be getting more for their money. However, recent statistics … Continue Reading →
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Banksy’s Latest Statement

  Banksy, a forward thinking master of political art or a man with a spray can that got lucky? Felix Morris reports on his latest escape and casts a critical eye over Britain’s … Continue Reading →

V-Mask Police Investigation

A 15 year old boy comes forward as the V-mask man but is not suspected in assault investigation. Early in October there were at least four sightings of a man wearing a mask similar … Continue Reading →

Hello Heterocentricity: Gay and Lesbian Asylum Seekers Told to ‘Prove They are Gay’

                        Tapiwa Mugweni suggests the UK Border Agency are pursuing a dangerous policy in telling asylum seekers … Continue Reading →

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