The only way they know how to

Review by Sam Chambers Over the years, The Charlatans have had to learn a thing or two when it comes to overcoming adversity. In 1996 they lost founding member and keyboardist, Rob Collins, in a road accident. Then, just eighteen months ago, another original member, drummer John Brookes, sadly lost his three-year battle with cancer, […]

‘100 ideas’ for DMU

By Annabel Easton We spoke to Adam Redfern, Vice President of Media and Communication for the DSU, on how they will be popping up around campus to speak to students about their views on important changes for DMU.   It was at a regular meeting with the CEO of the University where Adil Waraich, President […]

The Grand National: Animal abuse or harmless fun?

By Casey Whiting The Grand National, a day of extravagant hats, unpredictable weather and nail biting tension as jockeys compete for the Grand National title. A day most people consider to be fun, exciting and care free, but can the same be said about the competing horses? Since The Grand National began in 1839, countless […]

Nightmare flight to New York

By Megan Colley During the Easter break, a photography student had a nightmare flight to New York, with the flight lasting twice as long as it should have! The 18 year old student, Katie Beechy, was flying from Heathrow airport, for a relaxing holiday to New York, which was supposed to be a six hour […]

Student left job-hunting during exam season after company closes down

By Lucy Ross A student from Leicester has been left unemployed after her workplace of two years suddenly shut down leaving her jobless and disappointed. Emma Corbett, 19, a student studying at University of Wolverhampton came home for her Easter break to be told by her employers at the Bombay Wok restaurant that she no […]