March 22, 2018

It’s hard to go past K-bar, I know. It looks beautiful and has alcohol. But what if I told you there was a world beyond Keynes? A hidden realm unseen to most, but one every voyager has attempted to locate since its inception a few years ago? A land where chicken is cri...

March 11, 2018

Canterbury Christ Church University’s line-up for its Summer Ball, taking place later this year, was criticised earlier last week for being “all white and all male”.

The initial line-up consists of acts such as Professor Green, Mullally and Super Hans (Peer Show).

This l...

March 8, 2018

It’s the easiest place to find in Rutherford by far. You walk in and keep walking until you hit the stairs and take a seat in the Hogwarts-esque space; rows of tables and chairs scattered around the great hall. Fight for the seat with the view of the cathedral. It’s wo...

February 23, 2018

I think the television character Will McAvoy from every amateur journalist’s gospel show ‘The Newsroom’ put it best when he said that snark is the idiot’s version of wit, and that we are being polluted by it. Big Brother. Love Island. Jersey Shore. RuPaul. Even Gordon...

February 17, 2018

With the rising number of students reporting cases of sexual assault at the University, I had a conversation with Molly Hope: one of the founders of a new campaign which aims to shed some light on the issue.

What is ‘We’ve Had Enough.’?
‘We’ve Had Enough.’ is a student-...

February 16, 2018

Willmott Dixon has won a £13.4 million contract to build the University of Kent’s new School of Economics.

Having already built the Sibson building, home to Kent Business School and the School of Mathematics, Willmott Dixon have now been tasked with completing the busin...

February 14, 2018

Last month, I left my home and discovered something exceptional: a food truck serving authentic South African cuisine, right on my doorstep at the bottom of Eliot footpath. I was filled with glee as I saw my laziness fulfilled, but could feel my bank account slowly beg...

February 7, 2018

The popular burrito venue has been closed down by Canterbury council for various breaches of its premises licence. A review hearing revealed that owner Luciano Serrano has ‘no idea’ about licensing laws.

Police licensing officer Susan Ginever, at the licensing panel, to...

January 25, 2018

Tim Cowbury’s work with organisations such as Right to Remain and Refugee Council results in The Claim: a production which claims to be empathetic toward its subjects, yet critical of the system that victimises them.

The refugee crisis is one which has been br...

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