Go Green Week

‘Go Green Week’ kicks off today, endeavouring to lower carbon emissions throughout the higher education sector by challenging Government’s ‘Green’ claims. February 6th marks the start of ‘Go Green week’, an initiative of the People & Planet network, which aims to combat climate change through its network of School, College and University students across Britain. The …

The Obscenity Debate

    Trigger warning: discussion and further links to articles relating to the subjects of hardcore pornography, sexual health and death. Last week a jury delivered a unanimous “not guilty” verdict in the landmark obscenity trial of Michael Peacock. He was charged with distributing DVDs which feature male on male fisting, “watersports” and BDSM. Although …

Top tips for house hunting!

    House hunting season is here! The Met Online in collaboration with the Students Union Advice service have put together our top tips for house hunting! Top Tips Get Nosey – Don’t be afraid to have a good look round. Turn the shower on to see if it’s ok and the hot water comes on, …

LMS presents- Sam Airey

  Leeds Music Scene: Introducing….. Sam Airey It hardly seems right to call this an introduction when you look at whatWalesborn indie-folk artist Sam Airey achieved last year. A Maida Vale session for Radio 1, championed by Radio 1 DJ Huw Stevens as well as a memorable single launch at the iconic Kirkstall Abbey. 2011 …

League Of Legends Review

    When we think of games that are ‘Free to Play’ these days, we still have this preconception within ourselves that the game will either be very one-dimensional like Angry Birds, or just sub-par or quite frankly rubbish. However, this pre conception should have fizzed away, with games like Guild Wars having graced our …

The Revolving Door of Reunions

  As the Stone Roses set to perform what are hailed as some of the fastest selling gigs of all time,  We look at similar band reunions and why they’ve become so popular. In the last 5 years Band reunions have become so popular it can be hard to distinguish whether their in it for …

What’s the Blatter?

    It’s no secret that problems in football have been present for the past forty years. Whilst Hooliganism and Crowd Control issues seem to have been eliminated, football is an institution that even now requires reform. In the past year modern football’s problems seem to have been highlighted with dark themes of racism, homophobia …

Water in the library

    Have you ever been sat in the library, in the middle of a long study session and all of a sudden it hits you- thirst?!  The decision that you have to come to next is hard; do you continue working in the hope that the implications of working while dehydrated will not affect …

The Artist : Film review

    Dir – Michel Haznavicius (Jean Dujardin, Berenice Bejo, John Goodman, James Cromwell,) Michael Haznavicus has written and directed a very simple story of a Hollywood star, George Valentin (Jean Dujardin) who, through his status, can overrule studio managers (John Goodman) by sheer weight of his importance to the studio and the films he …