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A Fairy-Tale Finish

It is finally official. Leicester City have won the Premier League. They lifted the trophy for all to see in Victoria Park, despite seemingly unimaginable at the start of the season, with every game and every win it became more likely. Few dared to dream that Leicester would win, many pundits and fans alike believing […]

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Student Racism: Are We Doing Enough?

A racist incident unfolded at Warwick University in which a student was targeted in their Halls of Residence, which, in turn, has spurred on support from Twitter users and from countless other University’s media groups, including ours. After the incident occurred, in which student Faramade Ifaturoti found bananas in her student accommodation communal area which […]

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Taking The SU Out of NUS

What does the NUS do for us? No, seriously, can you name one benefit we get from the NUS apart from the discount card? In most cases, the answer in no. We don’t think about it that much, but considering our student’s union pays tens of thousands of pounds a year to be affiliated, you […]

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Handmade Festival

This year’s fourth annual Handmade Festival was a weekend full of incredible music, art, and performances of all kinds. This independent festival brought together some of the best local acts of Leicester with bands all over the UK and US. Comedians, beat boxers, banjo players, and all kinds of artists and food shared a multi-space […]

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Autism Awareness Week

Monday 9th May (Queen’s Hall Table 3, Students’ Union, 9am-5pm): To kick off Autism Awareness Week the Autistic Spectrum Society has a dedicated table with leaflets explaining Autism Spectrum Conditions and detailing what we get up to at our Society events. There will also be a chance to find out some interesting fact-tets pertaining to […]

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I’m a Woman. What’s your superpower?

International Women’s Day is celebrated on 8th March each year. Originally called International Working Women’s Day, this day is observed through general celebrations of respect, appreciation and love towards women for their economic, political and social achievements. It is held to create political and social awareness of the struggles women face worldwide, and solutions are […]