InQuire’s outgoing editors each choose their favourite song.
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Henry Sandercock gives us an insight into the lesser known brand of film.
Unless you have studied a European language, it is unlikely that you will ever have come across the delight ... Continue Reading →
Henry Broome reviews the last play in the Marlowe 450 series as we say goodbye to Fourth Monkey Productions and their amazing rejuvenations of some of Marlowe’s best works.
Canterbury’s ... Continue Reading →
Students of Kent University prepare to get your hands dirty and get in you’re protesting positions.
This morning, the University of Kent announced in their Financial Management Report ... Continue Reading →
In the first of a set of round-robin matches which included Cardiff, the Kent side looked to round-off their session with a successful play-off campaign.
However their bid to stay in ... Continue Reading →
Rap is the new rock ‘n’ roll. We the new rock stars, and I’m the biggest of all of them” – Kanye West has proclaimed. His interview with BBC Radio 1’s Zane Lowe has ... Continue Reading →
Similar to the glamorous BBC Strictly Come Dancing or ABC’s Dancing with the Stars, Striktly Kent Dancing sees four Kent celebrities from other societies on campus take up the challenge ... Continue Reading →
Newspaper Culture Editor Rebekah Chilvers reviews T24′s production of The Great Gatsby, and finds out just how great Gatsby really was.
T24’s stage production of F. Scott ... Continue Reading →
Julia Mitchell explains Tolkien’s translation of the famous poem, Beowulf.
If you’re a fan of Middle Earth then there’s some exciting news ahead, as it’s recently been ... Continue Reading →
Francesca Brindle explains why cinematography is an aspect of film just as vital as big name actors.
Every time my friend and I watch film or television we fan girl over shot types ... Continue Reading →