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Monthly Archives: March 2017

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Fake your way to the tan

As a self-confessed fake tan addict, Deputy Fashion and Beauty Editor Talia Lee-Skudder reveals her top tips for successful tanning that will give you that sunkissed glow ready for the warmer months

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Formula 1: 2017 Season Predictions

With the new season just kicking off, Jack Greeney offers his predictions from before a single wheel has been spun

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Millennials face real problems

Those who defend millennials are failing to recognise the real problems that face our generation

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Martin McGuinness: Peace-broker or dealer in death?

The death of Martin McGuinness has prompted questions about the contrast between his IRA ties and his later peaceful actions, and how he should be remembered

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Review: Personal Shopper

Cassie Hyde praises Kristen Stewart in her latest endeavour

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Poem: Ryan Norman

This week’s poet of the week is Ryan Norman

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F**k That’s Delicious: Everybody Loves Chicago

Action Bronson loves tacos, ice-cream and Chicago

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19-year-old sexually assaulted in Fallowfield

Police are appealing for information after a woman was sexually assaulted in Fallowfield in the early hours of Sunday morning

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Poet of the Week: Jake Piazza

Jake Piazza is Poet of the Week beginning 27/03/2017

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Controversy: Are sex-specific abortions OK?

Following the criticism of an Ethics Professor for supporting abortions based on the foetus’s sex, Science and Technology reporter Jake Jones considers the ethics of sex-specific abortions

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Global News: Science

Read the best science news from around the world this week

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NUS presidential candidate aims to engage students with ‘anti-establishment’ agenda

Controversial right-wing candidate Tom Harwood has accused student politics of being ‘too serious’ in his campaign for a more ‘democratic’ NUS