May 2004

Brass by Helen Walsh

Fancy shagging some prostitutes and sniffing yourself into a cocaine-induced coma whilst failing your degree and alienating your nearest and…

The Walkmen, Bows and Arrows

It’s always disappointing when you invest £10 of your hard-earned cash/student loan into buying an album on the basis of…

The Cribs, Virgin Mobile LOUDER

If The Energy Group had seen the Cribs perform the first song of their set they would have bulldozed all…

Animal Collective, Sung Tongs

A purist might say that there is no room in journalism for personal ambition. However, a journalist would probably say…

Royal City, Little Heart’s Ease

You can’t help but wonder if Royal City were transfixed by a metronome whilst recording Little Heart’s Ease. That is,…

International Aid arrives in Goodricke

The first consignment of international aid arrived in Goodricke College today, just three days after it was declared a humanitarian…

Entire SU Found Murdered

Campus Politics unaffected

‘Bullshit’

Admin quash manual worker abuse photos and rumours, some porters are “Walter Mitty characters” says Ken Button

Roses: New Retro Look

In an attempt to revive dwindling interest in the historic Roses contest, the 2005 event will feature a restaging of…

Gemma Ware went to the Chequerboard Theatre’s premiere of ‘The Gift of the Magi’

Christmas came round again four months late to the Jack Lyons Concert Hall this year with the performance of ‘The…

Looking for Spinoza by Antonio Damasio

“Looking for Spinoza” is a puzzling title for a book discussing how the brain functions but that is exactly what…

The Man in My Basement by Walter Mosley

Why would a white man want to be imprisoned in a cell in a black man’s basement for a summer?…