Shock and deep sorrow at death of much-loved journalist and inspirational De Montfort University lecturer

Friends, colleagues and students have paid tribute to an ‘amazing, funny and kind journalism lecturer’ at DMU who has died at the age of 54 after a ten-month battle with brain cancer.

Video: Students unhappy about planned strike action take a stand

Staff from 74 academic institutions across England and Wales are set to go on 14 days of strikes over equal pay and working conditions.

Curtains set to open in Leicester with Jason Manford

Macbeth meets Live at the Apollo as comedian Jason Manford returns to Leicester this March as part of the murder mystery themed musical Curtains.

Hunt Showdown review: Zombies, hellhounds and guts galore

By James Cannell Hunt Showdown creates an atmosphere that Pennywise himself would shy away from. From the terrifying enemies to the panicked encounters with other players, the only thing scarier than the gameplay is the waiting times. The game focuses on bounty hunters who hunt down monsters, kill them, banish them and then successfully escape. […]

DMU Valentine’s Day drag evening a success despite fire alarm scare

The De Montfort Students’ Union hosted a spectacular drag event on Friday (FEB14) which starred celebrity guests, such as Ru Paul’s very own Vinegar Strokes.


1917 review: modern, flowing and phenomenal

Sam Mendes’ 1917 is a masterpiece of artistic cinema with a tyrannical focus on cinematography.

Fundraising drive in memory of De Montfort University lecturer Andy Plaice is halfway to hitting its target figure

An appeal launched in the memory of an inspirational De Montfort University lecturer is halfway to hitting its target figure after just two days.

Fundraising drive launched in memory of much-loved De Montfort University lecturer

The grieving family of a much-loved De Montfort University lecturer who died last week have launched a fundraising drive in his memory.

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Leicester City 0-1 Manchester City: The Foxes’ tough year continues

By Ben Sanderson A late winner from Gabriel Jesus proved the difference at the King Power Stadium as Leicester City succumbed to Manchester City in a 1-0 defeat. It was Leicester’s former player Riyad Mahrez who provided Jesus with the ball to slot home from close-range, the Algerian running through the middle of the Leicester […]

Are the Foxes faltering?

Leicester City’s 0-0 draw against Wolves on Friday night meant the Foxes have only picked up one win in their last five Premier League games, a 4-1 win at the King Power Stadium against West Ham.

VIDEO: DMU Snowsports prepare for Varsity

With just over a month to go, De Montfort University’s (DMU) Snowsports society members are busy preparing ahead of their Varsity clash with the University of Leicester.