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What better way to spend the long weeks away from studying, than cooking up some treats to enjoy on a (hopefully) hot summer’s day? Breakfast – Avocado and Tomato on Toast Toast doesn’t have to be boring and only served with the classic beans or butter. The sun’s out so … Read More
In a world of Parks and Recreation, Twenty Twelve, and the ever-changing beast that is Alan Partridge (please, please look up Mid-Morning Matters before you buy your ticket for Alpha Papa, you’ll thank me), Christopher Guest must feel as though he’s helped birth a monster. The mockumentary has gradually become … Read More
Two students have been involved in a near fatal bus crash on the way back from a festival in Croatia.
Staying on the Italian theme this week Ella Healing tried out our local Headingley based Ecco Pizzeria… For our last week in Leeds, my boyfriend and I needed to celebrate a little. I’d heard great things about Ecco Pizzeria from friends, and we were far from disappointed by our visit. … Read More
Katherine Webb’s third novel is as enchanting and as deliciously written as her previous. A Half Forgotten Song tells the story of artist and struggling dad Zach, whose fascination with 20th century artist Charles Aubrey lead him to investigate the village of Blacknowle – where Aubrey spent his summers. His … Read More
Awkwardly situated on the far edge of campus, behind the well-established Library Pub, I have zoomed past La Besi without a second glance countless times whilst on a mad campus dash. It was only in the post-exam hedonism that myself and my housemate, on a friend’s recommendation, were prompted to … Read More
With graduation day fast approaching, Leeds Student has scouted out the best places in the city to celebrate the end of your university career. This week, Victoria Gray reviews The Blackhouse Grill.
The decision to translate Philippa Gregory’s The White Queen from print to screen cannot have been one taken lightly by head writer Emma Frost. Gregory’s novels are much loved by historians and readers alike, despite their historical inaccuracies but, ignoring them (which, as a History student, I’ve done many times), … Read More