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David Nwaba could be the Lakers version of Tony Allen

February 28th  2017 was a day David Nwaba will never forget, it was his first day as an NBA player for his hometown Los Angeles Lakers. 788 more words


Working With Words 2017

By Tony Allen

UEA’s fourth annual Working With Words conference took place on Saturday 25th February.

A huge variety of panels ranged from comedy to journalism, film to publishing, giving students an opportunity to hear from successful UEA graduates and others in different creative fields, with the aim of providing information, tips and inspiration to students about what it is possible to achieve with their degrees. 1,044 more words


It's Easy Being Green

Last month saw the annual Go Green Week take place at UEA. Tony Allen looks back on the event and we hear from Students’ Union Environment Officer Veronica White to gauge her reaction to the week. 670 more words


What is the Student Leadership Review and how will it impact me?

By Tony Allen

An important series of changes were made to the UEA Students’ Union constitution this month, regarding the leadership roles that are held by students. 970 more words

Current Affairs

NBA All-Bitchass team

By: PJ Guippone

There are some guys in the league that are hard to watch, not necessarily because of their game, but their antics. Whether it be cringe-worthy social media presence, temper tantrums, flailing limbs, or complete offensive bitch work, it takes away from their games and causes them to be widely hated.  1,252 more words


Monday 2/13 Sleepers & Game to Stack

First of all, I’m happy to be writing for Daily Fantasy 305! We’ve assembled a great team that I’m excited to join and help provide some insight. 1,232 more words

NBA Thoughts

The Good, the Bad & the Queen (The Good, the Bad & the Queen, 2007)

A fascinating cul-de-sac in Damon Albarn’s musical journey (that is not meant patronisingly – Albarn’s commitment to trying new things is wholly admirable, even if, or perhaps because, the results are variable), this self-titled standalone album brought together one of his most exciting ever lineups. 127 more words