The Kent Wheel cost £54,800 for the time it was at the University of Kent.
A Freedom of Information Request (FOI) submitted by the Mature Students Officer, Dave Cocozza on 12 October, ... Continue Reading →
Wednesday 19 November saw UKC’s sports teams take part in the sixth round of the BUCS 2014/15 season.
It was a successful Wednesday for Team Kent with 17 wins, 8 losses & 2 draws. ... Continue Reading →
In the last few weeks, a #Shirtstorm has taken hold of many platforms of social media and web report sites such as “Verge” and “Times”. What is proclaimed to have occurred, ... Continue Reading →
Long distant relationships at University can be hard; Holly Welch gives us some tips and advice for those of us missing our partners during term time.
Moving to university is just ... Continue Reading →
Website Entertainment Editor Grace Beard previews Stephen K Amos’ upcoming show ‘Welcome To My World’ at the Gulbenkian this Saturday.
Warm-hearted funnyman Stephen ... Continue Reading →
The marking boycott which has seen a huge number of university lecturers across the country strike – including many at Kent – has been suspended, it has been revealed.
The ... Continue Reading →
Last couple of weeks has seen some extraordinary political movement around the Medway area as Westminster politicians have steadily migrated to the East for “the most important by-election ... Continue Reading →
On Saturday 1 November, representatives from this summer’s Campus2Campus challenge handed over the money they raised to local charity, Pilgrims Hospices.
Pam Meller, the fundraising ... Continue Reading →
Wednesday 19 November will see Team Kent take part in the sixth week of the BUCS 2014/15 season.
The men’s first badminton, women’s squash and men’s first lacrosse team will all ... Continue Reading →
While most of us mainly read fiction, autobiographies can give us amazing insight into life stories that we could never have imagined, uncovering either inspiring, surprising or just ... Continue Reading →