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Daily Archives: 27th November 2017

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Quiplash: the party game for those ‘on the lash’

The hilarious drinking game that’s more than likely going to cause offence

Photo: Ian Cheek Press

Why you should see City Calm Down tomorrow

The Melbourne four-piece play Soup Kitchen on Tuesday 28th November

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Review: Punk in Drublic – A Night of Spoken Word, Poetry & Comedy

Poetry and comedy violently clash in the name of charity

Photo: Elizabeth Rushton

Student protesters demand divestment

Demonstrators from a coalition of groups rallied outside a meeting of the Board of Governors to oppose university investments in fossil fuels and links to the Israeli arms trade


The Catalonian Crisis is a blessing in disguise for Mariano Rajoy

The Catalonian Crisis may seem like a headache for the Spanish government, but it actually bolster’s the Spanish Prime Minister’s authority, argues Jake Dunn

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Recipe: Emergency Microwave Mug Brownie

SOS: Sweet tooth emergency. Make this quick microwave mug recipe in just a minute!

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Recipe: Broken-Ox-Hearted

A delicious recipe for getting over heartbreak

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Blackwell’s Book of the Year shortlist

Here are the four books that made the cut

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High-street vs high-end makeup

Ginah Shergill reveals her top makeup dupes so that you don’t break the bank but can still achieve that expensive look


The damaging culture of silence in music

Joe Hissey argues for greater transparency and discussion in light of recent reports of sexual harassment in the music industry,

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Du-rags to riches – Exploitation of black culture in high fashion

Nicole Lloyd explores the exploitation of black culture in high fashion

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Russell Group graduates earn 40 per cent more after graduation

Study finds Russell Group graduates earn 40 per cent more than other university graduates, and male graduates earn 14 per cent more than female graduates