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Food | Fresh Slice – Chocolate Blackberry Cupcakes

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On a walk through your local wood at this time of year, you will find a glut of ripe, ready to be picked blackberries. Beyond pies and crumbles, what can be done with such a bounty of berries? Look no further. Combine creamy chocolate with a refreshing tang in these … Read More

Music | Galaxians Interview at Beacons Festival 2014

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What’ve you been up to so far? Matt: Just mooching about really. Whenever I come to Beacons there are so many people that I know, sometimes people that I haven’t seen for ages, and I  end up not watching any bands. But I went and danced to the Optimo set. … Read More

TV | Siblings

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BBC3’s newest sitcom offering, Siblings, is an interesting premise marred by its stock execution and detestable characters. Charlotte Ritchie, fresh from another hit sitcom, stars as hopeless office worker and Yorkshire university graduate, Hannah, who lives with her equally as hopeless, unemployed brother Dan (Tom Stour). Together their relationship forms … Read More

Music | Nai Harvest Interview at Beacons Festival 2014

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How did you find your set on the Noisey stage earlier? Sick yeah, it was good. It’s the first time we’ve played a festival of this size. We’ve never done a camping festival before. We’ve done city festivals like Southsea and Tramlines but we’ve never done a camping festival, this … Read More

Music | Beacons Festival 2014 – Bands and Artists Review

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It’s Friday morning, and the first few heads are poking out of tents like tortoises from their shells after a heavy Thursday night with Gold Teeth at the Belgrave Music Hall bar. But what better place is there to ease a hangover than Skipton’s loveable Beacons Festival, with its singularly … Read More

News | Historic Clothworkers Arch to undergo refurb

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The University’s historic Clothworkers Arch is to be ‘specially’ refurbished, a spokesperson has announced. Conservation experts will spend six weeks working on the gothic-style structure, which was built to mark the foundation of surrounding Clothworkers Buildings in 1879. The project includes the intricate task of re-gilding the 22-carat gold leaf … Read More

Clubs | Beacons Festival 2014 – DJ’s Review

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It’s scarcely been a week since we left the beautiful Yorkshire Dales and we’ve already got the Beacons blues. For the third year running, the intimate arts and music festival has taken over Skipton’s Heslaker Farm, and proved itself to be one of the UK’s best small festivals. With a … Read More

Features | The Golden Age of Cinema is Dead

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Nostalgia for the golden age of cinema is a terrible affliction and cannot be cured by the release of yet another Expendables film. At the start of the previous century, cinema was in its infancy and in that time technology and talent propelled its evolution. Recently, cinema is showing dangerous … Read More

Clubs | LSi does Berlin

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Berlin is a city like no other. A creative hub; it is a city that promotes art, music and creativity more than any place I’ve visited. Famed for its club scene, DJs and electronic music production, Berlin never ceases to amaze and enliven partygoers young and old alike. However lucky we … Read More

News | 376 Leeds Uni courses enter clearing

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Sixth Formers across the country have received their A-Level results this morning, with 300,000 students finding out their grades. The results were released simultaneously to colleges nationwide by exams boards. As Clearing begins, the University of Leeds will be trying to prevent another student shortage, which has been a concern … Read More