February 18, 2019

Photography by Marianne Martin

The UKC Women’s Basketball Varsity match, on 17 February, was perhaps the most thrilling match of Varsity 2019.  The game was neck and neck over the four quarters, making it to 52 to 52 in the last 10 seconds—leaving only .2 seconds, at th...

February 18, 2019

Photography by Oliver Trapnell (photographer)

UKC Men’s Volleyball dominated CCCU today, February 17th, at CCCU’s sports center—the captain of UKC’s team was only annoyed that they didn’t win every set, only 3 out of the 4.

CCCU is near the bottom of the charts, so UKC c...

February 14, 2019

The University of Kent’s Men’s Basketball Team has received an immediate two-match ban following a disciplinary meeting on Monday 11 February.

The men’s Varsity fixture, which was set to take place on Saturday 17 February, has now been cancelled, with CCCU receiving a w...

November 16, 2018

Photography: Daria Istayeva 

Mungo's menu has been updated by Kent Hospitality, the organisation that runs most of the restaurants on campus. Their new menu includes three new wraps, including a falafel wrap and New York Deli wrap, along with three gourmet burgers, incl...

May 23, 2018

In the spring of 2011, a thirteen-year-old Syrian boy was playing on the stoop of his house. Around midday the unmistakable crunch of an anti-aircraft gun, converted to shoot at ground targets, burst down the street.  His cousin and brother instinctively ran to him, bu...

April 24, 2018

Anti-refugee sentiment typically begins with the presumptive belief that asylum seekers are in some way responsible for the unrest in their home country.  This assumption portrays the refugee not as a victim, but as a potential threat; it establishes grounds on which t...

February 22, 2018

May’s appointment of Boris Johnson as Foreign Secretary was, as Labour MP Kevin Brennan said: “the most remarkable since the emperor Caligula appointed his horse as a senator.” The role necessitates a friendly, if not benign, relationship with the rest of the world, an...

February 22, 2018

Only a year ago, western newspaper readers would have considered Emmerson Mnangagwa, nicknamed The Crocodile, as a key instrument in the despotic regime of Robert Mugabe, but today his image has shifted drastically.

After being fired by the former president of Zimbabwe,...

February 22, 2018

Apostolic succession is the Catholic belief that, with consecration down the generations, priests today are in some way connected to the apostles. In a spiritual passing of the baton, priests become imbued with a historical holiness. Today, however, a poisonous practic...

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