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Reading & Leeds Fest promises plenty of big moments

Reading & Leeds Fest promises plenty of big moments

Reading & Leeds Festival returns on 23-25 August, and its heavy-hitting lineup promises plenty of awesome spectacle. Nerve discusses which artists we’re most looking forward to seeing. The 1975 The Manchester quartet blew the world away with the brilliant A…
Travel Tuesdays: To hostel or not to hostel?

Travel Tuesdays: To hostel or not to hostel?

Every year millions of students take trips abroad, staying in either Airbnb’s, hostels or hotels. But which one should you choose, and what should you look for if you take the hostel route? This article will hopefully help you make…
‘Post-Graduate Fear’: Putting yourself out there

‘Post-Graduate Fear’: Putting yourself out there

Don’t panic, this isn’t another lecture from your Nan about needing to get yourself a boyfriend/girlfriend. If your Nan’s most frequently asked question isn’t, “when are you going to bring someone round to visit me?” is she really your Nan?…
SUBU Elections: Who are you voting for?

SUBU Elections: Who are you voting for?

Welcome to SUBU Elections 2019. These elections give Bournemouth University a voice within the community and help to get everything that we need out of our student union. This year’s candidates have been announced, so who will you be voting…
Review: Half a Sixpence

Review: Half a Sixpence

A night full of music, comedy and flashy umbrellas, Liv Chadbon directs a winning performance. This week, PARTS has returned to the Shelley theatre to perform Half a Sixpence after months of practice. As a huge fan of musicals but…