Tag : max bruges

News | Your next LS candidates interviewed

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MAX BRUGES Why do you want to be LS Editor? It’s not too bold to say that I’m the person who best knows the paper. Having worked in both News and Culture, I know that it’s a tough job but I’ve stepped up to the plate and had a really … Read More

News | No Yolk battling the Eggheads

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A team of seven students performed eggcellently during filming for an episode of the BBC’s quiz show Eggheads last week. The ‘Haute Quizine’ team facing the brain scrambling eggsperience consisted of Max Bruges, Nick Gandy, Matt Fisher, Tom Goldie and Christian Mannsaker, with Jennie Pritchard as the reserve. The “general … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – Trio

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Heading to Trio on a Thursday lunchtime LSi were unsure of what to expect from the rather up-market venue nestled in the heart of our scruffy beloved student area. On arrival we found the building itself to be an exercise in tempered civility: inhabiting the suburban sort of style common to mid-range … Read More

Food | Gastronaut – LS6 Cafe

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Where to start with LS6? Leeds students are well and truly blessed when it comes to this marvellous little cafe. Residing in Hyde Park Corner it is but a stone’s throw from most of our houses and just 10 minutes from campus; convenient is an understatement. But even LS6 was … Read More

News | 2013 – A year in LS headlines

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LS looks back at our front pages throughout the year, from January onwards. We started the year with two stories of controversial student activity online; investigations into “Sugar Daddy” dating websites and online essay providers:   January 25th: “A regular user of ‘Sugar Daddy’ dating website has spoken exclusively to Leeds … Read More

Theatre | Titus Andronicus – Flawlessly horrific

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photo: Theatre Group Titus Andronicus is an ambitious project. In an early attempt of Shakespeare’s to replicate the revenge tragedies popular at the time, the eponymous Roman general engages in bloody battle with Tamora Queen of the Goths, which sees almost every character gruesomely murdered. The play relies on gory … Read More

Food | Top Takeaways – Indian takeaway restaurant The Grove Cafe

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Another of  hungryhouse.co.uk top takeaways that LSi tried out was Indian takeaway restaurant Grove Cafe. The Grove Cafe, despite the name, exists right in the open. Delicious takeaways are abound in Leeds, but it’s often hard to distinguish between the pretty good and the downright wonderful. Without a doubt, The Grove Cafe … Read More