Book review: The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness

Website Culture Editor, Julia Mitchell, reviews the latest offering from the critically acclaimed author of the Chaos Walking trilogy: The Rest of Us Just Live Here. If you spend any ... Continue Reading →

The 4 classic and modern classic authors that I wish could continue to write

With the publication of Harper Lee’s much anticipated second novel Go Set a Watchman, many people have started to wonder about other authors, both modern classical and classical, ... Continue Reading →
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Cutting the maintenance grants: “How can this system be sustainable?”

“All men by nature desire to know” – Aristotle “Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world” – Nelson Mandela “Everybody is a genius. But if ... Continue Reading →
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Migrant family found on Canterbury campus

Following weeks of unrest due to the huge number of migrants trying to make the journey across the channel through illegal means, it has been reported today that a family of migrants ... Continue Reading →

Maintenance grants get scrapped in new Government budget

Maintenance grants are to be eliminated from September 2016, as was announced in George Osborne’s budget on Wednesday 8 July. This is expected to affect over half a million students ... Continue Reading →
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Book review: Finding Home by Emily Dugan

Julia Mitchell reviews award-winning reporter Emily Dugan’s first book, Finding Home: Real Stories of Migrant Britain. In Britain the topic of immigration can be incredibly ... Continue Reading →