5 novels to get stuck into this summer

With the last few weeks of exam season approaching, summer is almost upon us. This means that there’s now time for us all to pick up some of the books that we didn’t have time ... Continue Reading →

Review: Battle Royale

Website Editor Natalie Turco-Williams reviews Battle Royale as part of Curzon’s Mavericks and Vanguards collection. Think Hunger Games meets the world of manga in this high school ... Continue Reading →

Round-Up of CUFF 15: The Canterbury University Film Festival

Cerys Thomas and Manon Charles look back on the Canterbury University Film Festival, which took place at the Gulbenkian over the weekend. Saturday To start the festival off, Harry Taylor ... Continue Reading →
Beautifully Obscene

Review: Beautifully Obscene – the History of the Erotic Print

Maddy Dunn heads over to the School of Arts’ Studio 3 gallery to review Beautifully Obscene, their latest bold and taboo breaking exhibition. Studio 3 has now opened its doors ... Continue Reading →

Does Kent CCC require a managerial revamp?

  After experiencing a dismal start to the season, Henry Sandercock questions whether it is time to reassess the managerial operations at Kent County Cricket Club. From the Keynes ... Continue Reading →

5 niche sports to try out this summer

It’s that time of year again when the shorts, shades and flip-flops return from dormancy. Summer is just around the corner and to help you figure out how to spend your free time, ... Continue Reading →