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You Me At Six Rock the O2 Academy, 21.11.18

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The amount of people waiting in the queue even after the first support band started to play anticipated a good show for the 21st of November’s evening. Outside it was freezing cold, but the inside of the O2 Academy was warm as the crowd awaited for You Me at Six … Read More

Wilder vs Fury – Fury denied monumental comeback victory

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Image Credit [Maxim] A controversial split decision marred a ‘what could have been’ night for Tyson Fury, as Deontay Wilder retains WBC heavyweight belt in biggest selling pay-to-view in 15 years. Fury has made requests for a rematch in Manchester, and for Anthony Joshua to step into the ring. On … Read More

Skegss Bring a Bit of Their Own Mess to Chapel, 24.11.18

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This gig will be one that I will never ever forget, Skegss made the crowd go wild with their Aussie, so crazy that the barriers broke after only 3 songs. Promoting their new album My Own Mess, which is fantastic and worth a listen, they are currently plowing their way … Read More

WAH Presents Calibre & DRS – Review

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Liquid DnB pioneer Calibre, alongside MC DRS and LSB, lifted Mint Warehouse for this special night. I want to make clear the massive respect I have for Calibre. His music has defined liquid Drum and Bass for years and shall continue to do so. His calendar is not brimming with … Read More

Gunners Claim Victory in a Dramatic Derby Day

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Image Credit [Evening Standard] It is a fixture that is usually filled with tension and drama, and the derby between Arsenal and Tottenham at the Emirates did not disappoint, with the final scoreline being a thrilling 4-2 to the Gunners. Unai Emery’s side dominated early on, leading Spurs 1-0 within … Read More

Have We Sold Our Soul To The House of Saud?

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The United Nations has announced that peace talks have been arranged to take place between the opposing Houthi and Saudi-backed Yemeni government in an effort to end the civil war that has continued since 2014. However, we have to acknowledge there is no denying the involvement Western countries have had … Read More

The Moral Crisis of Fast-Fashion

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Like most students moving into virtually unfurnished halls, the first chance I got I convened with my female housemates and we spent girl’s day out buying stuff. Our main objective was to beautify, cute-ify, sparkle-ify our drab surroundings. Our destination the bastion of all budgeters sniffing around for sweet bargains, … Read More

Perfect Present Giving or a Chaotic Christmas?

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Every year the 24th of December comes around; Christmas Eve. Stockings hang over the roaring fire. Presents are wrapped neatly and tucked under the tree and the whole family sits down with a mince pie whilst they hum Christmas songs. Ok, wait a second, let’s rewind. That little picture I … Read More

The Gender Pain Bias: Women, Your Pain Is Not ‘All In Your Head’

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While we live in an era attempting to tackle serous inequalities faced by women, such as the gender pay gap, one very important problem is being overlooked: the gender pain gap. Female pain is often conflated with emotional distress, and therefore discredited. The word hysteria originates from the Greek word … Read More

‘Tis the Season…For Shocking Increases In Food Bank Reliance

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Following a successful trial last Summer, supermarket giant Sainsbury’s are relaunching a new initiative designed to encourage increased donations to local food banks. The idea – coming from a group of teenagers in Exeter doing an NCS project – is to have shelf-edge labels which alert shoppers to products that … Read More