In the recent hype around the release of Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, many have noted the film’s obvious links to Kubrick’s widely renowned masterpiece of the genre, 2001: A Space Odyssey. Along with many Leeds-based film fans, this week I was
On Saturday, The Warehouse was occupied by the Blu E-Cig company who teamed up with Vagabondz for another night in their series of free launch events across the country – a presumed attempt to embed their new product into a
Who said students can’t be glamorous and sophisticated? This was certainly the theme of Leeds RAG’s Fashion Show launch party at the Belgrave Music Hall on Tuesday night. The LRFS is one of the biggest events on the uni calendar and
BBC One’s new series of the fantasy ‘drama’ (I use that term loosely) Atlantis aired last Saturday night. For those who don’t know, Atlantis is the capital city of a fictional island first mentioned and most probably fabricated by Plato.
Two weeks ago an amazing feat of space exploration took place. Comet 67P/Churyumar-Gerasimenko received its first visitor from earth, 514 million km away, in the shape of a washing machine sized lander called Philae. The European Space Agency seemed to
Switzerland sealed their first Davis Cup title after a classy victory over France. Much of the talk before the final had centred on the fractious relationship between Stan Wawrinka and Roger Federer, with the former claiming that Federer’s entourage were
Lewis is a “moderate adventurer”; by which he means he seeks to travel to nooks and crannies of the globe, find a nice quiet spot and have a warm brew. Which is why he’s living in Seoul for the year,
An anonymous student talked to The Gryphon about ayahuasca, a hallucinogenic drug in South America I first heard about ayahuasca when I came to South America to study. One of the topics brought up a lot was ayahuasca –