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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Photo: Len Cotton

HOME’s Playback exhibition showcases new film talent

Up and coming young filmmakers screen short-film masterpieces as part of a project to encourage youth access to the most exclusive field in modern media

Image rights: The Falmouth Anchor

Falmouth Anchor ends print publication but hasn’t lost hope

The student newspaper has opted to end its print circulation and instead focus on building a strong digital platform

Image rights: Sebastiaan ter Burg @ Flickr

82% of students suffer from stress and anxiety, UniHealth report suggests

82% of UK university students admit experiencing stress and anxiety and 1 in 5 have suicidal feelings, report suggests

Photo: Michael Regan/Getty Images

Liverpool 4-0 Arsenal: Rampant Reds run riot at Anfield

Sadio Mané and new boy Mohamed Salah both ruthless as Arsenal lose second consecutive game

Image: Mastercard Gewinnspiel @Vimeo

Preview: UEFA Champions League 2017/18

Ahead of the first round of group stage fixtures in 2 weeks, Jamie McEvoy gives a rundown of what to expect in this season’s European Cup

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

‘Villains’ – Queens of the Stone Age

On their seventh album, the ever-strong survivors of alternative rock try new things with the same old successes

Image: BagoGames @Flickr

Review: Your Name

Director Makoto Shinkai stakes his claim to the anime throne in a complex yet beautiful Japanese animation

Photo: Wikipedia

Review: Death Note

Adam Wingard fumbles Netflix-backed adaptation of much-loved anime Death Note

Photo: Cherwell

NUS President launches new poverty commission

Shakira Martin tells press that the odds are “overwhelmingly stacked against” working class students

Image rights: Annabel Gallop

Manchester student to make an impact in Nepal

Manchester student set to make positive difference in Nepal when she takes part in an expedition with sustainable development charity Raleigh International