Class of 2019: Murdered by her stalker

Alice Ruggles was killed by her ex-boyfriend, a soldier who broke into her house and cut her throat. In the latest of our Class of 2019 series, which highlights the finest feature writing by journalism graduates from De Montfort University, Annies Joy tells a harrowing story of obsession, coercion and stalking that ended with the brutal […]

Media Employers come to DMU

BBC Asian Network radio presenter, Bobby Friction and Kamlesh Purohit, Deputy Managing Editor, for BBC Radio Leicester were two of a number of guest speakers who participated at De Montfort University’s first employability event for students studying Media, Computing and Engineering subjects.

DMU Theatre Society performs spectaculathon to packed audience

De Montfort University’s Theatre Society performed a Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon to a packed Y Theatre audience on Sunday (MAR17).

Joker review: The joke’s on you

REVIEW: The Joker
Gotham city provides a grim reflection of the modern society we live in today, where the rich can prey upon the poor and get away with it.

Dryden Street Social gripped by legendary Paul Woolford set

Leicester’s house and techno fanbase were gifted a night to remember last week by one of the best original rave-scene DJs to grace a pioneer.

Sports

DMUFC Weekly Blog: November Week One

Hello and welcome to the first ever DMUFC Weekly Blog!

Puel v Rodgers: Stats reveal more clinical finishing

Leicester City’s resurgence since the arrival of manager Brendan Rodgers has been somewhat remarkable and a delve into the stats of his first five games compared to predecessor Claude Puel’s final five throw in some interesting trends.

Lennon v Rodgers: Which manager fares better in Europe?

Celtic have had a remarkable start to the Europa League this season under Neil Lennon, begging the question, how does this side compare to the one that was under Brendan Rodgers?