The Adverts of Christmas Past: InQuire Looks Back

As the festive season kicks off and John Lewis’ Monty the Penguin becomes a familiar face on our screens, Jennie Nee looks back on the TV adverts past and present that have defined … Continue Reading →

From peach fuzz to massive beards – Kent RaG Does Movember

  November is the month for facial hair! Alasdair Lawrence tells us more about how Movember started and the growing movement, and below, Natalie Tipping talks to Asim Janjua from … Continue Reading →

Review: Stephen K Amos’ ‘Welcome To My World’ at the Gulbenkian

It was a personal turned political affair for Stephen K Amos’ audience on Saturday evening. Stephen K Amos can’t exactly remember how many times he’s been to Canterbury, … Continue Reading →

BUCS Week 7 – Your Exclusive Home Fixtures Guide

This Wednesday (26 November 2023) will be quiet for Team Kent as most of UKC’s sports clubs have either received byes or are no longer involved in the BUCS cup and plate competitions. However, … Continue Reading →
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Vote on May 7th! And give the carpenter a ladder while you’re at it.

  First Past The Post (FPTP); this is the sole sentence a non-voter need utter to justify why, come May, much like in 2010, and 2005, and 2001, and every election day which went … Continue Reading →

Entertainment Round-Up: Things to do in Canterbury This Week

Don’t want to stick to your weekly evenings routine? Jessica Duncan offers some alternative suggestions of events both on and off campus. Here’s what to do in Canterbury this … Continue Reading →

Guilty Pleasures

We all have them. Those guilty pleasures we keep secret from society for fear of being ridiculed. Alice Bryant gives us a run down of her top 4 guilty pleasures. What are yours? Comment … Continue Reading →

Church of England Formally Adopts Legislation for Female Bishops

The Church of England has formally adopted the legislation for ordaining female Bishops after initially voting to back the plans in July. The Church’s first female bishops could … Continue Reading →

Kent’s Swimmers Forge Successful Weekend

The University of Kent Swimming Team competed in the BUCS Short Course Nationals last weekend at Sheffield Ponds Forge. Alice Barraclough rounds up the weekend’s highlights. Despite … Continue Reading →

Kent Wheel cost £54,800

The Kent Wheel cost £54,800 for the time it was at the University of Kent. A Freedom of Information Request (FOI) submitted by the Mature Students Officer, Dave Cocozza on 12 October, … Continue Reading →

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