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Your Mission: Raise £12,500 For Charity

In 2015, the QMU will be 125 years old. Over a century and a quarter we’ve led the way on issues like gender neutral toilets on campus, as well as raising thousands of pounds for charity. 618 more words


England’s Women Provide Bigger Draw

Sunday’s fixture between the English and German women’s football teams is being hailed as a crucial turning point in the development of women’s football and after even a cursory glance at the ticket sales, it’s not difficult to see why. 406 more words


This Much I Know... - In Defence of 'Clicktivism'

It is commonly regarded that the internet went ‘public’ in 1991. I was born in 1994 meaning I have never lived in a world where an online presence was inactive. 900 more words


Live Review: IC1s

King Tut’s – 6/11

IC1s come onto the King Tut’s stage and the crowd – though relatively sparse – move forward in excitement. The band are confident and relaxed, but still manage to retain an undercurrent of excitement that only gets stronger as their set goes on. 265 more words


Album Review: Jim Noir - Finnish Line

What do you get when you take your R.E.M. era, Paul McCartney, a good bit of Ray Davies and a wee hint of Brian Wilson?  Well, it could only be Jim Noir; aka Mancunian psych-pop outlaw Alan Davies, with his shiny fourth album Finnish Line.   158 more words


Lacklustre Library

Ahh, the library. A haven of study and procrastination, where we’ll all get trapped in at some point for torturously long periods of time. It can be easy to overlook the faults of our surroundings during our collectively desperate attempts to leave as soon as possible. 305 more words


Arts Review: In Time O' Strife

Dir. Graham McLaren, Citizens, 14th-18th October

For the 30th anniversary of the 1984 miners strike, what better play to revive than Joe Corrie’s 1926 In Time O’ Strife. 312 more words