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Graduation beauty tips
Here are some tips on how to look great for the big day
Review: Apocalypse of the Mind at DINA Venue, Sheffield
Our former Culture Editor, Laura Elliott, reviews a one-man show about mental health, and finds a fascinating piece with much to build on.
Kettle Mag, Kirsty McFarlane, football, Germany
German Dominance
Kirsty McFarlane looks at recent German success and wonders what it means for their future dominance
Top tips for moving into student housing
Worrying about student housing? Jenny Edwards gives her top tips to put your mind at ease.
Gorgeous graduation beauty hacks
If your graduation ceremony is fast approaching and you're stuck for ideas on how to achieve that flawless beauty finish, we've put together a guide on how you can choose a look that will compliment you on the big day.
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The New European: Analysing the success of a pop-up paper one year on
Media Editor Cameron Ridgway considers the future of Archant's pop-up pro remain paper after its first birthday.
Transformers: The Last Knight Review
If it’s huge robots wielding swords whilst fighting robot dragons and dinosaurs you want… then that’s what you get
Review: I Sea Pasta
With pasta being a delicious and convenient food, I Sea Pasta created a healthier version that certainly doesn't compromise taste.
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The London Economic: an alternative news site?
Media editor Cameron Ridgway speaks to Jack Peat, founder and editor of The London Economic, about the site's ethos and its popularity during the recent general election.
Hidden Sugars: How much sugar are we REALLY eating?
With our love of sweet treats on the rise, it has never been a better time to talk about sugar. Now and again, we may enjoy the odd chocolate bar or ice-cream, but what if we were eating more sugar on a daily basis than we realize, through foods deemed to be healthy?