Monday, March 19, 2018


Calais Refugee crisis

What is it really like in the refugee jungle of Calais?

In recent years and especially since the Syria crisis, the number of refugees coming in to Europe has grown dramatically.  Refugees are now spread all over Europe but many want to come to the...
The Sea Slugs

The Sea Slugs all set for Southampton’s Hobbit

Following their incendiary set at The Mitre on Saturday 5th March, 119 piece afrobeat band The Sea Slugs will be performing at The Hobbit, Bevois Valley Road, on Friday 25th March. The band will play...
YouTube Red

What is YouTube Red?

YouTube Red is YouTube’s first foray into a paid subscription service. The company which launched over ten years ago has since dominated the online video space and was bought in a lucrative deal by...

Review: Bent at The Stage Door, Southampton

In 1979, a play called Bent by Martin Sherman was performed onstage for the first time and it shocked everyone. In 2016 at The Stage Door in Southampton, the very same play was performed...
Rob and Josie da Bank

Music festival pioneers Rob and Josie da Bank become Goldsmiths Honorary Fellows

Almost two and a half decades after meeting in the Goldsmiths Students’ Union as 18-year-olds, Bestival founders Josie and Rob da Bank are to be named Honorary Fellows of Goldsmiths, University of London on...
Bowling for Soup

Bowling For Soup bring their ‘How About Another Round’ tour to Southampton

Bowling For Soup arrive in Southampton on February 13th on their latest tour with a visit to the O2 Guildhall.   (Tickets still available from the Box Office here  023 8063 2601) The UK isn't...
Southampton Bargate

Watch: Tour of Southampton in the early Nineties

It's the film that keeps reappearing (like most viral videos), but each time it gets more popular (like most viral videos).  But, if you want to see what Southampton looked like over 20 years...

Take Health Screening Seriously This Year – It Could Save Your Life

As a student, you may feel immortal and resistant to any illness that affects you, whether it may be fresher’s flu or a bad hangover, you never really consider the very slim chance of...
The Quill Society Launch

Creative Christmas Craft Ideas on a Student Budget

Decorations, presents and food are all important features for making a Christmas magical. Unfortunately they usually involve spending a lot of money, which most students just don’t have. Well not anymore, we have compiled...

9 Games you can “Game and Chill’ to

As students we don’t really have the money to hang out with our friends and experience fun-filled activities such as watching movies or going to amusement parks, etc. In this economy and with our...



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