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Backstage with City Dance Society

By Mariann Eliassen

“You need to find something that makes you wake up every morning and gets you through the week, and for me that is dance,” says Sandra Benet Garcia, the instructor of the Dance Society’s contemporary jazz dance class. 477 more words

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EVENT: Alan Rusbridger on journalism and the fourth estate

By Nathan Salt

As I am down in London anyway for a work placement – currently at FourFourTwo magazine as I file this from my hotel room – it was convenient that one of the most powerful and influential newspaper editors in the country was a panellist at a talk organised by City University on Monday evening; it was open to the public and thus I signed myself up. 573 more words


Education in Transition

October has been a busy month in central and eastern Europe, at least as far as education goes. “Kliment and Metodius” university in Skopje, Macedonia went on investigating forged diplomas issued to its students – and staff – in the economics faculty by Bulgarian diploma mills. 1,216 more words


City Drama Society Present: Much Ado About Nothing

By Mariann Eliassen

On stage three people wearing matching tan khakis and white shirts stand arguing. Except for one or two other cast members sitting scattered around the tribune and watching the performers, the hall is empty. 329 more words

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James Cambridge: photographer merging Islington past and present

Everyone has a story. James Cambridge’s university project saw him hunting old photos of Islington (from 1975-1982) and then merge them with modern shots of the same location. 1,189 more words


Author urges understanding of Israeli and Palestinian stories

Renowned author and Middle Eastern studies expert Professor Rosemary Hollis will give a lecture regarding the on-going national crises in Israel and Palestine at Cardiff University this Friday. 313 more words


Theatre review: Behind the Beautiful Forevers

For a play to be engaging, an elaborate and expensive production is not essential. Some of the most memorable shows I have seen have consisted of simply one actor, a black backdrop and a wooden chair, but have transformed the audience by telling a remarkable story worth far more than a large budget. 486 more words

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