Tag : Lifestyle and Culture

PS4’s Spider-Man: With Great Game Comes a Great Experience

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In the weeks after Spider-Man for PS4 was released, there is one thing that can be said about the game: it definitely makes you feel like a superhero. The smoothness of the gameplay and the fighting, as well as the storyline and the cinematic qualities of Spider-Man, make it possibly … Read More

Netflix and Marvel: The Rift Between the Dynamic Duo

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In August of 2017, Disney announced plans to launch two separate streaming services – one for ESPN focusing entirely on sports, and one for its Disney and Pixar live-action and animated films and shows. The entertainment giant also stated that it would be ending its current partnership with Netflix in … Read More

How to Get Over a Cold

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Jessica Farmer writes about the best ways to rid yourself of the flu. As a fresher, I have already contracted numerous colds since arriving at university. Thus, below are some top tips for dealing with a cold. One essential tip to help deal with a cold is to get lots … Read More

World Vegan Day: The Veg Pledge

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Veganism is becoming a huge movement; it has grown by 700% in the UK in the past two years and you just know that someone, somewhere, is Instagram-ing their avocado on toast. With it being World Vegan Day today, let’s talk about what all the hype is about. Why are … Read More

Feeling Homesick? You’re Never Alone

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When ambitiously making plans for my gap year, I decided I would start by travelling alone to Mexico. I was meeting a group for a volunteering project but had a week of staying in Playa del Carmen alone first. This should have been the most exciting week of my life … Read More

Books to get you in the Autumn Mood

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Autumn is always an interesting blend of spooky and cosy vibes. The weather starts to get colder, the leaves start falling and Halloween approaches. There is nothing like cosying up with a good book at this time of the year. To help you make the most of it, here are … Read More

Battling Loneliness in University

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A recent survey by the BBC Radio 4 has revealed that young people, including those at university, are some of the loneliest people in the country. Following this information, here are some top tips to help you deal with feelings of loneliness at university. The first tip is to join … Read More

TV Review: Elite

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Another teen drama on Netflix? Is Elite trying to break the stereotypical ‘trashy’ mould of this genre or is it just another one to add to the pile? Whilst by no means a technical masterpiece, Elite is one of those oddly satisfying, binge-worthy series that teen drama is known for … Read More

Fifa 19: The Fifa Fallacy

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It’s that time of year again in the gaming world where EA rolls out Fifa 19 at a hefty £59.99 on the PlayStation Store. This version promises updated gameplay in the form of precision ball control, the usual updates to player ratings, teams and kits, and the long-awaited inclusion of … Read More

Why ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’ are perfect for a Netflix adaption

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Troy Hunneyball explains why Netflix’s choice to adapt C.S. Lewis’s work might actually work. Following Amazon’s plans to reboot The Lord of the Rings in a new prequel series, Netflix have announced their own adaption of a classic fantasy series, The Chronicles of Narnia. Although C.S Lewis’s children’s books are … Read More