Archive for January, 2017

Oxford Protests Trump

Oxford Protests Trump

31st January 2017

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So it turns out that the people of Oxford don’t really like Donald Trump. Who would have guessed? Last night, two thousand five hundred people… Read More ›

Higher Education Is Not The Olympics

29th January 2017

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Why ‘Gold’, ‘Silver’ and ‘Bronze’ labels are the most pressing issue of the TEF implications. It was announced in 2016 that, in accordance with the… Read More ›

Comedy and Communism: ‘The Collaborators’, A Review

Comedy and Communism: ‘The Collaborators’, A Review

27th January 2017

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At first I was slightly apprehensive when I heard that John Hodge’s play, The Collaborators, was being performed in the Pilch Studio. The drama, set… Read More ›

Edward II: fur lined coats, passionate kissing and a brutalist concrete throne

26th January 2017

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It may be that the emotions from seeing such an intense piece of drama are still fresh, but as I write this I cannot honestly… Read More ›

VERSA chats frustration, laughter and tears behind the scenes of Edward II

VERSA chats frustration, laughter and tears behind the scenes of Edward II

22nd January 2017

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“Welcome to Tynemouth!” When I find Lucy Hayes, Producer of Edward II, she is tucking into a takeaway container of Chinese dumplings. “It’s a bit… Read More ›

Why we should boycott the NSS

Why we should boycott the NSS

22nd January 2017

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A topic of much controversy this past week has been the National Student Survey (NSS). Briefly, this is a national survey by the government for… Read More ›