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May 1, 2020

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As we all know, Twitter is one large battleground where many people who have never met argue over topics in which they are all misinformed. These debates could easily go on forever as people refuse to back down and relentlessly defend whatever opinion they garnered from the Daily Mail. At least, that used to be what Twitter was like. All that changed when something with absolutely unrelated to the soci...

April 20, 2020

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When COVID-19 made me take the long trek home a few weeks ago I feared the worst for the standard of teaching I would receive. Surely this would never work. In many ways I envy how innocent I was back then, without a clue of what would soon revolutionise my life. Enter Zoom Video Conferencing.

When my seminar leader emailed me a link to a group call that would fill our seminar from 2-4 on Tuesdays, I...

April 13, 2020

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We’ve all got a lot of time on our hands now, leading to having to do something to fill that newly created void. For the purpose of this list, we will be avoiding obvious things like watching TV and revising for exams, because we’ve been doing this for a few weeks now, and I presume you’ve discovered at least one of those two things already. So here are ten slightly different methods of passing the ti...

April 6, 2020

Photography courtesy of Aslan Ntumba Ozer 

In this time of self-isolation and remaining indoors the amount of content and number of sports teams spreading diseases has taken a notable dive. This has led to things that can be satirised being at a premium. So, to counteract this issue we are diving back into the old faithful format of first impressions to tie us over for the Easter holidays until it is no longer my sole responsib...

March 31, 2020

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It is Sunday 6th March, last night was a Summer Ball that actually went ahead, which brought the academic year to an end. Life has gone back to normal after the chaos of Coronavirus last year and life at University of Kent has become an awful lot better. Not just because we aren’t all locked indoors, but because our elected officers for 2020/2021 kept all of their promises.

The health of UKC...

March 24, 2020

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The InQuire equivalent of the holy grail, Matthew Sapsted, has been creating the puzzles section for the newspaper for a long time now and the devilish difficulty and cryptic nature of his puzzles is well noted by those whose who have attempted his crosswords and Sudoku. However, there has been one clue that we have all been missing for weeks. Matthew Sapsted has been leaving hints about Coronavirus i...

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