Top tips to get you through the booze-riddled Festive Season.
It’s one of those mornings; you’ve had a wild night out, and now you’re paying for it. Big time. You feel ... Continue Reading →
Over 100 people are planning to attend a peaceful demonstration on campus at 1 P.M on Thursday 18th December to show solidarity with those affected by institutionalized racism and ... Continue Reading →
As Studio 3 gallery exhibits Kentish artist, Rose Hilton’s first solo-show in her home county, Natalie Turco-Williams catches up with the artist to discuss life and her admirable ... Continue Reading →
With the announcement of the Ballon d’Or shortlist last week, Patrick Kamalu asks: should football honour one player over the other ten?
As the curtain falls on 2014 and the ... Continue Reading →
There are worse things to be addicted to than chocolate…
I am a chocoholic. There can be no doubt in the truthfulness of this statement. I crave it when I am hungry, desire it ... Continue Reading →
The return of the Christmas jumper is upon us, and it is bigger than ever in 2014.
Even if you don’t own a Christmas jumper, you will have inevitably seen them whilst wandering ... Continue Reading →
On Sunday 7 December Kent Knights, the University of Kent ice hockey team, lost to the Imperial Devils 4-2. InQuire’s Newspaper Sport Editor, Fraser Whieldon, reports.
The game quickly ... Continue Reading →
Lola Olutola gives us the lowdown on a new single and album that prove rock’s not dead in 2014.
Faith No More’s New Single ‘Motherf***er’
This song lives up to its ... Continue Reading →
Are you one of the eager bunch to put your Christmas decorations up late November? Or one of those collected types who prepare for Christmas hours in advance? Manon Charles gives her ... Continue Reading →
On Wednesday 10th December at 1pm at the University of Kent’s Canterbury Campus, students will be holding a peaceful protest in support of free education and in solidarity with the ... Continue Reading →