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The Big Feed is back in Bournemouth!

The Big Feed is back in Bournemouth!

The Big Feed is back in Bournemouth tomorrow, collecting food for local foodbanks. Teams of students from Bournemouth University will compete at supermarkets in Kinson, Poole and Bournemouth to raise the most amount of money and fill up their trolleys!...
6 Tips for Eating Healthy on a Student Budget

6 Tips for Eating Healthy on a Student Budget

Everyone knows how difficult it can be to eat healthy at university, here are six top tips that won’t break the budget. Words by Charlotte Hill. It’s the beginning of a new academic year. Late nights and early mornings are actually becoming a...
Remembrance Fireworks at Littledown Centre

Remembrance Fireworks at Littledown Centre

Bournemouth’s biggest fireworks party has a special theme this year on the eve of Remembrance Sunday in support of the Poppy Appeal. Bournemouth Fireworks’ Remember, Remember night on Saturday, November 8 will have three huge displays to commemorate 100 years...
Feminist Comedian visits The Winchester

Feminist Comedian visits The Winchester

Comedian and musician Rosie Wilby performed at the Winchester pub in the Bournemouth Triangle on Wednesday evening. London based, the feminist comedian has performed at Latitude, Sydney Mardi Gras and the Comedy Store. Advertised as a show that centres around...
The ‘Destiny’ of games

The ‘Destiny’ of games

Last week, Destiny, the most expensive video game ever made, was released. Is this setting the bar high for future games?  Words by Theo Durrant and edited by Rebecca Pates I think we can all agree that $500 million is...
#WAKEUPCALL seeks donations for Syria

#WAKEUPCALL seeks donations for Syria

If you were to type “#wakeupcall” into Google images, you would come across many photos of bare-faced celebrities looking very cosy in bed. So why are these celebs posting just-woken-up photos online? The answer is this: this is the latest...
SportBU back for another season!

SportBU back for another season!

The new season is almost here, and this year looks like its gonna’ be a good one.. With the academic term back in full swing, October also brings the start of the Varsity and BUCS leagues at SportBU. The Varsity...
LSE Rugby team face disciplinary action

LSE Rugby team face disciplinary action

The men’s rugby club at the London School of Economics distributed offensive leaflets at the university’s Freshers Fair. Many LSE students took to Twitter to complain about the homophobic and sexist nature of the leaflets, which used language like “slags”,...
Conservatives plan to replace ‘Human Rights Act’

Conservatives plan to replace ‘Human Rights Act’

The Conservatives are planning to stop British laws being overruled by human rights rulings from Strasbourg. The Tories say these plans are “viable and legal” and if they win the general election next year, a new Bill of Rights will...