DMU History student reveals why course scores 100 per cent

Following the fantastic news that DMU’s History course received a 100 per cent satisfaction rating from former students in the National Student Survey (NSS), the Leicestershire Press wanted to find out whether the course has managed to keep its current crop of third year undergraduates just as happy so far?

Great news for DMUWFC as they are appointed a new top class coach

By Grace Morgan Week five of term has been a happy one for DMU women’s football as they appointed a new coach. A new job role was offered this year which incorporated the women’s football coaching job on a full time basis. Nimesh Patel, a UEFA B level coach, has now been appointed much to […]

Leicester city continues to rise

The rise of Leicester City Football Club continues to astonish fans and foe alike. Leicester travelled to the Danish capital to take on F.C Copenhagen. Their Champions League campaign was already off to a flying start as they sat atop of Group G with a perfect record of three wins out of three, channelling the […]

Tributes paid to much-loved music teacher

  Tributes from students and friends are pouring in for a much loved Hinckley music teacher who tragically lost her life. Liz Hextal, 44, from Sharnford in Leicestershire died in hospital after being taken ill last Friday night. Close friend, Luke Thomas, 26, who lives in Queens Road Hinckley Said: “I Feel distraught, I met […]

Bollywood Society auditions for national competition

By Mel Hawes De Montfort University Bollywood Society held open auditions on Wednesday night as they prepare to compete in a national competition. The university team were looking for dancers to compete alongside 25 other universities in Battle of Bollywood. Vice President, Aashni Sawjani said: “As this is our first time, our priority it to […]