Ten of the Best Non-Translatable Words


Ten of the Best Non-Translatable Words

Sam Howlett takes a linguistic trip around some of the world’s more precise languages. Hold onto your hats and prepare to find out what the English language is lacking in.
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Album Reviews: From Robbie Williams to Buckethead

Fancy celebrating the end of deadlines and term with some new music? Rathe Temple-Green reviews the lastest album releases.
Death Grips – Government Plates
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Student Loans to be Privatised

Earlier this month in the annual Autumn Statement, Chancellor George Osbourne announced that the cap on student numbers will be lifted, allowing England’s universities to … Continue Reading →


FIFPro World XI – A Prediction

Each year FIFPro invite all professional footballers to vote for a goalkeeper, 4 defenders, 3 midfielders, and 3 strikers to compose the FIFPro World XI. With the 2013 World XI to … Continue Reading →


David Moyes – Where’s it Going Wrong?

There was no escaping the pressure when David Moyes was handed the reins at arguably England’s biggest club and current champions, Manchester United. Add into the mix Moyes was succeeding … Continue Reading →


Dimmed Christmas Spirits in Canterbury

In an effort to conserve finances this holiday season, the Canterbury City Council has opted out of publicly lighting up the High Street over Christmas – much to the dismay of … Continue Reading →

Christmas Music

InQuire Christmas Playlist 2013

Merry Christmas and all that.
Sickened by the sounds of festive cheer? Then you probably won’t enjoy the InQuire Christmas playlist of 2013. For everyone else who isn’t … Continue Reading →


Laure Prouvost’s Tea Party Wins Turner Prize

Emilie Harris reports on this year’s winner of the prestigious Turner Prize and those who narrowly missed out.
On the 2 of December, Laure Prouvost was announced as the winner … Continue Reading →


We’re all Team Nigella

Cerys Thomas fights Nigella’s corner, and evaluates why Team Nigella has become a nationwide phenomenon.
She may have admitted to cannabis and cocaine use in court last week, … Continue Reading →

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Falling University Applications

Applications to UK universities have fallen by 3% compared to the same time last year, according to interim figures published by Universities and Colleges Admission Services (UCAS).
This … Continue Reading →

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