DMU observes silence for Manchester bombing victims

With the events of Monday’s attack in Manchester still fresh in the memory, De Montfort University observed a two-minute silence to remember the victims.

Riverside Cafe opens its doors to societies

By Beth Mosettig
The Riverside Cafe has decided to open its doors to societies at DMU to host workshops and events.

Stage school stalwarts say farewell in style at annual show

A sell-out crowd were treated to a stream of acrobatics and delicate ballet by the DuPont Dance Stage School on a lively Saturday night at the De Montfort Hall.

Disney’s Magic Kingdom not so magical for disabled

In September, I surprised my wife with a holiday to Florida for her birthday. We had an amazing time, but for a disabled person, Disney’s Magical Kingdom was anything but magical.

Broken Witt Rebels return to Leicester with gig at The Musician

Having played in Leicester last July, Birmingham rockers Broken Witt Rebels return to The Musician on Friday, June 2nd 2017.

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Broken Witt Rebels return to Leicester with gig at The Musician

Having played in Leicester last July, Birmingham rockers Broken Witt Rebels return to The Musician on Friday, June 2nd 2017.

DMU Summer Football Festival a success with students and officials

Football tournaments for students of De Montfort University were held on Wednesday May 17, for students to play sports amid the pressures of deadlines and upcoming exam finals.

Free Tai Chi sessions comes to Leicester Market Square

Leicester Market Square is holding free Tai Chi sessions, as everyone can take part in a series of relaxing and stress relieving exercises.

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DMU Summer Football Festival a success with students and officials

Football tournaments for students of De Montfort University were held on Wednesday May 17, for students to play sports amid the pressures of deadlines and upcoming exam finals.

Were Leicester City right to sack Premier League title-winning Ranieri?

After a celebratory season with Claudio Ranieri, Leicester City’s performance started to go down hill, and with the boys in blue only winning five out of 25 games under Ranieri’s watch, they decided to make Craig Shakespeare the new manager.

Leicester Falcons host German team for training camp

Leicester Falcons American Football Team welcomed there first overseas opponents last Sunday.