May 2017

Retro Review: Her

Andrew Young takes a look back at Spike Jonze’s Her

Festivals 2017: Dot To Dot Nottingham – Day Review

Munisha Lall heads to the Nottingham leg of the increasingly prolific touring festival, and catches sets from The Night Café, Banfi, All We Are and Sundara Karma

Question Time with May and Corbyn to be held on Hes East

The Question Time special featuring Prime Minister Theresa May and Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn this Friday 2 June is…

Review: Lift

Megan Williams is blown away by Drama Soc’s production that worked in perfect harmony

Guide Dog Charity to receive all library book fines paid this Friday

Dogs will also be paying a visit to stressed students in the University Library

Festivals 2017: Blonde announced as second Big D headliner

The deep house duo is set to join rapper Lethal Bizzle at the largest student-run festival on campus in two week’s time

Review: Romeo + Juliet

Chris Owen appreciates the music and modernising in this Shakespearean classic – but perhaps it’s all too much of a good thing

S-tree-t Art

Lea Marrazo examines the Roman street art renaissance, led by eco-artist Andrea Gandini

Losing uni grants condemns students for life

Jack Harmsworth laments the inherent inequality in the repayment structure of attending university

Review: Lear

Lear: a vibrant reinvention or just another production of Shakespeare’s classic? Lara Medlam reviews

Zero to hero – the argument for zero hours

James Humpish makes a case for zero hour reform as opposed to scrapping

A brief history of the hangover

For the last 12, 000 years (at least) humans have been purposefully mixing fermented grain drinks, possibly even before the…