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Moving Forward

Let me start of by telling you a little bit about myself. I am 22 years old, female and I live Wales. We have the best flag in the world by the way, I mean it’s a dragon and you can’t really get much better than that. 518 more words

Guest performer: Curtis Watt

Curtis Watt is a performance poet, rapper, beat-boxer, actor, presenter, musician, workshop leader and author of Children’s History of Liverpool. He has worked internationally on both stage and screen, and is recognised as one of Liverpool’s most versatile artists, voted 43 in Diverse Magazine’s Top 50 Black Merseysiders. 150 more words

Lloyds Banking “investing in the future”

Two senior figures from Lloyds bank, Jonathan Beckwith and Julie Ann Gillespie visited the university on Tuesday to speak to our second year accountancy students. They informed the students of the core values of the company; putting customers first, keeping it simple and making a difference together.   485 more words

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CFP:Theorising the Popular

Theorising the Popular

Liverpool Hope University,
June 30th – July 1st 2015

The Popular Culture research group at Liverpool Hope University welcome papers from academic and graduate students for its fifth annual international conference, ‘Theorising the Popular’. 129 more words

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In praise of…. Mozambique

His Excellency Carlos dos Santos, High Commissioner of Mozambique with Hugh Richmond Business Development Manager of Clarke Energy in Knowsley

For the past two days it has been my pleasure to break off from normal politics to do something really useful! 925 more words

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Masters student pushing the boundaries of 3dprinting

3dprinting and slip casting? When I first read this on twitter I had to investigate further. Being a follower of this technology for the past four years I have seen many different uses and applications of the 3dprinting. 491 more words

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