Somethings coming, something good… As West Side Story comes to the Marlowe, Emily Adams and Hetty Sieling watch the Sharks and Jets battle it out here in the South East.
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Ginny Sanderson gives her view on the public sector strikes on 10th July.
If I was a school pupil, I’m sure I wouldn’t mind taking a day off from Gove’s British Values (which ... Continue Reading →
Summers are for long days, festivals and whirlwind romances. Well, at least it was in the 90s. Alas, now it’s a time of trying to find work experience, part-time jobs and seeing ... Continue Reading →
Kent Union CEO Jim Gardener announced in an email today to union staff that it has been agreed to keep Medway Essentials open for 2014/15, due to a subsidy focussing on creating ... Continue Reading →
Early last month, the qualifications watchdog in the UK, Ofqual, announced plans to scrap dozens of GCSE and A Level subjects as part of a reform to our education and exams ... Continue Reading →
With the Green Party polling at 18% popularity among students, Ersi Kalentzi gives her view on the “most viable alternative on the current political stage”.
In 2013, ... Continue Reading →
Good news to all you job seekers!
The jobs market for graduates has recovered to the peak levels seen before the recession, latest figures show. Moreover, there’s a pay rise ... Continue Reading →
Research has recently been conducted by youth media brand Student Beans looking at the health and fitness habits of University students across the whole of the UK, including ... Continue Reading →
After an eight week trial at Southwark Crown Court, entertainer Rolf Harris has been found guilty of a string of indecent assaults, and faces prison on Friday.
Veteran entertainer ... Continue Reading →
Newspaper Culture Editor Julia Mitchell reviews The Fault in Our Stars. Prepare to exercise the tear ducts.
It’s time to put down your tear-stained novels and bust open a new box ... Continue Reading →