1st May 2013 Read more...FEATURES»
April is one of the most highly anticipated months of the year for students; not only do we get a month off to enjoy home comforts such as baths and free heating, but we receive the second instalment of our student loan. Christmas has long since drained the last of our money, and we’ve spent the last couple of weeks before the holidays scrounging baked bean cans and stale crackers from the back of our cupboards.
27th Apr 2013 Read more...SOCIETIES»
On Wednesday 13th February, Roots Bar was the place to be for CoppaFeel!'s Valentine's pre-drinks! With 'slippery nipple' shots and the chance to 'pink your drink', Roots Bar staff stepped up to the boobie challenge, and so did the guests! Flirty fun included hula hooping and remote-control car racing, as well as team games and chocolate finger licking (cheeky!). For those not involved there were some tasty cupcakes in exchange for donations for CoppaFeel!.
1st Mar 2013 Read more...SCIENCE & TECH»
If there’s anything worse than nurture intervening with nature, then it’ll surprise me. Nature is innate in all species and although this is an on-going debate, it is one not to be presumed until explored or experienced.
20th May 2013 Read more...ARTS»
21st May 2013 Read more...SPORTS»
Fresh from the social thrill of the Rowing Club team photo – where Men’s Captain, Nathan O’Reilly found himself surrounded by almost as many females as he wakes up next to on a Saturday morning – the Women’s Squad sought to make their mark at the Women’s Eights Head of the River Race. The team, consisting of the elegant Georgia Smith, the earnest Alice Campbell, the glamorous Stephanie Egre, the determined Hannah Williams, the radiant Abi Munson, the resolute Rebecca Hammond, the charismatic Ella Flemming and the butch Guinevere Wentworth, coxed by the one-and-only Ana Yong, gathered amongst nearly 3,000 other competitors from across the globe at Richmond in wait for their turn to prove their strength and willingness to achieve in their sport.
14th May 2013 Read more...OPINION & ANALYSIS»
Leeds Student, The NUS, however, had other ideas. An open letter published on NUS Connect’s website from Aaron Kiely, the NUS Black Students’ Officer, demanded ‘that the Editor of Leeds StudentGuardian Student Blogs Dave Halls, President of Surrey’s Student Union, wrote an open letter in support of It is interesting to note that the NUS then released another post on NUS Connect, from Liam Burns, President, stating that although they have a ‘no platform to Fascists’ policy, the NUS is a ‘member- led organisation’ and ‘[they] cannot and should not attempt to comprise the independence and autonomy of our members by dictating to them’.
6th Nov 2012 Read more...ARCHIVE»
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