OutKast to Headline Bestival

OutKast is the first among the headliners to be announced for Bestival 2014. The ‘Hey Ya!’ duo have recently reunited and have chosen the festival for one of only two UK performances … Continue Reading →

Remarkable Ice Show Comes To The Marlowe

Prepare to be dazzled this week at the Marlowe Theatre thanks to the phenomenal production of Beauty and the Beast on Ice, by the Russian Ice Stars. Whilst you would be forgiven for … Continue Reading →

France’s New Equality Bill: Will it Work?

Jessica Mills expresses her support for the equality bill currently being debated in the French Parliament. The French government has recently proposed a new wide-ranging bill attempting … Continue Reading →

Gavin Esler Appointed New Chancellor of the University of Kent

Gavin Esler, an award-winning journalist for the BBC and a Kent alumnus, has been appointed as the new Chancellor of the University of Kent. He takes the role from Professor Sir Robert … Continue Reading →

This Week’s New Music – James Blake, Mac DeMarco, Metronomy

This week we’ve got some pretty exciting new tracks to share, not that we don’t every week, just not to this extent. The list includes James Blake, Mac Demarco, a Disclosure produced … Continue Reading →

Would A Trophy-less Season Still Be A Success For Arsenal?

It’s been a great couple of months for the Arsenal faithful. They are still top of the league and there have been some very remarkable results, including beating Dortmund in … Continue Reading →

How Music is Being Marred

Joel Tennant probes into what’s affecting the music industry most negatively. It’s far too easy to harp on and on about how Justin Bieber was a parody of himself before he … Continue Reading →

Fire in Parkwood’s Purchas Court Causes Roof to Collapse

In the early hours of the morning a fire broke out on the University of Kent Campus, in Parkwood’s Purchas Court. The fire is thought to have started around 3am on Tuesday morning, … Continue Reading →

First Lecturer Strike in 2014

Lecturer strikes are to be held again this month, as professors continue to push for a raise in pay. The Universities and Colleges Union (UCU) has set in action a series of three two-hour … Continue Reading →

Top 5 UK Backpacking Destinations

A guide for someone looking for an action-packed, adventure filled summer. Plausibly funded by a dead relative because train travel is deceptively expensive, even with a 16-25 Railcard.   Shell … Continue Reading →

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