Alternative music and art brings Turkish delight to Leicester

By Jake Piercy The Turkey Café on Granby Street was rife with activity on Thursday as it hosted Anerki, a monthly alternative night of music and art. The night brought together people from all walks of life to appreciate a range of different artistic and musical outlet, as it aims to break down barriers between […]

Cornish fever hits DMU campus

By Jordan Gillen Students at De Montfort University can bag themselves free tickets to Cornish music festival, Boardmasters and enjoy a free pasty on Thursday. Proper Cornish, who are supplier to the education sectors leading contract-catering company, Chartwells, are visiting DMU this week in an attempt to raise brand awareness among students. Commercial Manager, Charlie […]

Pop-up shop supports World Mental Health Day

By Nicole Patrick-Gibson Leicester marked World Mental Health day by welcoming the public young and old to speak up and stand against discrimination on Saturday October 10. A pop-up shop was set up on Shires Lane at Highcross to offer advice and services to people suffering from mental health disorders. The shop partnered with various […]

DMU student preparing to bring Disorder to fashion industry

Despite the fact that she is yet to even graduate, one Journalism student at De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) has secured herself a job with fashion magazine Disorder. Samantha Jagger, who has only recently completed her final year studying DMU’s NCTJ accredited Journalism course, has managed to find the ideal job with Disorder magazine by combining […]