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Review: Spiderman: No Way Home

Ananya Krishna | Content Writer No spoilers are given in this review. With great power comes great responsibility, a feeling looming over me as I write review. It’s been difficult to escape any content regarding the new Spiderman movie, with fans and less devoted followers of the marvel cinematic universe both bombarded with mass advertising for Spiderman: No Way Home. The film follows directly from … Continue reading Review: Spiderman: No Way Home

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Boxing Day Bashing: Australia Retains Ashes

Ananya Krishna | Content Writer On the 28th of December, the Australian cricket team won the Ashes Series at the third test match of the series at the Melbourne Cricket Grounds (MCG) by an innings and 14 runs. Starting on Boxing Day, England’s first innings ended with 185 runs in the 66th over and English captain, Joe Root, scoring a half century. However, Australia reached … Continue reading Boxing Day Bashing: Australia Retains Ashes

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What the Dickens! It’s Christmas Tradition

Xanthe McCracken | Content Writer A white Christmas, carollers at the door, and ghost stories around the fire are just a few of the images that spring to mind when we think of a picture-perfect Christmas, but what influence did Charles Dickens have on these popular traditions?  Dickens was born in Portsmouth in 1812 to John and Elizabeth Dickens, being the second of eight children. … Continue reading What the Dickens! It’s Christmas Tradition

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Review: Everything I Love is Going to Die, The Wombats

Amber Brooks | Student Contributor Perhaps it’s global warming, my mouldy pasta in the fridge, or the Wombat’s new EP, Everything I Love is Going to Die, that makes me feel rather sad about the state of the world, but Matthew Murphy’s gloomy lyrics somehow make me feel OK about it. In a surge of yearly releases, the new EP from the Liverpudlian loner trio … Continue reading Review: Everything I Love is Going to Die, The Wombats

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Review: wayside, Koi

Oli Gent | Sports Editor Koi is back after a short hiatus with another sumptuous record, wayside. The Los Angeles-based musician had been teasing the new album for the past couple of months on his social media, but with live shows opening again following COVID related halts, the project’s completion was pushed back further towards the end of the calendar year. But finally, it’s here, … Continue reading Review: wayside, Koi

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Top Protein Powders for Vegans

Cyann Fielding | Lifestyle Editor The protein powder market is huge. This can often become daunting when wanting to purchase a new powder. Throw in being vegan, and you are reaching next level difficulty. Whilst many argue protein powders are not necessary for everyone, they do offer a quick and easy way to increase your daily protein intake. When we work out, we are essential … Continue reading Top Protein Powders for Vegans

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Review: Red (Taylor’s Version)

Finn Murphy | Music Editor For someone with such an epic career as Swift’s, you may start to question if it will only go downhill after the hugely successful Folklore and Evermore, but it seems that Taylor Swift just keeps getting better. And Red is no exception to that. The big talking point of the 30-track album is the new 10-minute version of All Too … Continue reading Review: Red (Taylor’s Version)

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The Impact of the Pandemic on the Disabled Community

Lucy Ham | Student Contributor The Covid-19 pandemic has had disastrous consequences for communities worldwide and the disabled community were no exception. In pre-pandemic Britain, steps were being made to bridge the gap between those with disabilities and those without, but for almost two years we have seen that gap widen once again. Disabled individuals made up a staggering amount of the mortality figures and … Continue reading The Impact of the Pandemic on the Disabled Community

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How to Respond to an Incident of Spiking

Cyann Fielding | Lifestyle Editor TW: Spiking, Assault As clubs have reopened, the scare and threat of spiking is on the rise. With university students across the UK responding with upcoming boycotts – students have become outraged that nights out (which are supposedly meant to be fun *and safe*) have turned into another worry. We all want change, and hopefully action will come soon. The … Continue reading How to Respond to an Incident of Spiking