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Taylor Swift Steals the Show at the American Music Awards 2019

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Full of glitz, glamour and plenty of drama: this year’s American Music Awards did not disappoint. By Maisie Scannell Credit: Suvan Chowdury Selena Gomez made a comeback after two years…

DOES SIZE REALLY MATTER?!

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Kexgill vs Unicom: The Game Is On… By Eleanor Dawson Unicom started the hilarity when they parked quite a large sign outside the University Quarters’ new offices. When making such…

In Conversation With Sea Girls

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Our Emma heads out to catch up with Sea Girls by Emma Hitchenor Ahead of their sold-out show, Emma caught up with Henry and Oli from Indie Rock band ‘Sea…

Thank you, Hull, for Kinky Boots

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Hull has some vast new improvements and we are all for it By Alice Longton Ever since the 2017’s City of Culture, Hull has got a hell of a lot…

How Netball Squad Has Shaped My University Experience

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The big family - Netball By Eleanor Leetham Credit: Eleanor Leetham “Degrees take up a lot of time” is something we’ve probably all thought. Whether it's missing out on going…

Gig Review: Turin Brakes Bring a Fantastic Acoustic Set to Cottingham

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Our music editor Maisie braves the cold for a gig in Cottingham, was it worth it? By Maisie Scannell On the first cold and dark December eve of 2019, four-piece…

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