Pastors of the night offer help

By Annabel Easton Caring. Listening. Helping. These are the three principles of becoming a Street Pastor. Whilst students are partying the night away and the homeless wander the roads, volunteers lie in wait to help the vulnerable on the streets of Leicester. Any Christian can become a Street Pastor and pass on the love of […]

Are you having enough sleep?

By Rubina Bala With many deadlines and exams coming up, students need all the sleep they can get to cope healthily with their workload. However, not many are getting even seven hours of sleep every night, which is the minimal of what is considered healthy. Ryan Morgan, a first year Finance student at De Montfort […]

Into the dragons’ lair

EXCITING new publishing ideas were pitched to a panel of ‘Dragons’ by final year students this week. Four groups of Journalism students on the Magazine Publishing module each made a 20-minute presentation and faced questions about their major project – a business plan for the launch of a new brand. The Dragons’ Den format for the […]

DMU squashes Islamic misconceptions in Discover Islam Week

By Alison Hart Discover Islam Week returns to De Montfort University today as members of the Islamic Society speak out about the misconceptions of the religion. Students are setting up ‘dawah’, or invitation to understand, stalls outside the Campus Centre to teach people about Islam and its beliefs. 20-year-old Iffat Perviaz said: “When some people […]

Students urged to get involved in General Election

By Oliver Huxtable With only two months to go until the General Election De Montfort University students are just waking up to the importance their votes could hold. Students were asked a series of questions regarding their concern for politics after concerns of apathy and disinterest have been raised amidst their generation. When asked if […]