Following a conveniently timed, weekend-long birthday celebration and having spent the day on placement in the city centre, I finished early in order to go to my Monday afternoon university lecture. It’s as if my subconscious knew this would be my last, or at least final class outside of Zoom.
Two months after #GE2019, we reunited with former PPC Rebecca Smith to look back on a result that delivered her some mixed feelings.Read more »
As climate change and related environmental crises increasingly decorate the media, there’s a growing demand for more people to take on a more sustainable mindset. Hannah Hall, 21, is starting her march to the front line of this cause via undergraduate studies in Conservation Biology, here in Plymouth.Read more »
Life In Lockdown Series
What is life in lockdown to me? You would think that was a simple enough question to answer, wouldn’t you? But it’s not. Lockdown has been weird – there have been days where I have completely forgotten about it and then there have been days that I can’t seem to get it off my mind.
Girls just wanna have fun! ‘Priscilla Queen of the Desert’ arrives at the Theatre Royal Plymouth this week.
It’s that time of the year again – when the magic of panto well and truly kicks off the festive season.
‘We Will Rock You’ follows heroes Galileo and Scaramouche as they attempt to find the Place of Champions and bring back Rock and Roll.
Glitter, laughter, heart-warming songs and fearless dancing; Nativity! The Musical will leave you with a grin on your face and a hop in your step.
Two months after #GE2019, we reunited with former PPC Rebecca Smith to look back on a result that delivered her some mixed feelings.
As climate change and related environmental crises increasingly decorate the media, there’s a growing demand for more people to take on a more sustainable mindset. Hannah Hall, 21, is starting her march to the front line of this cause via undergraduate studies in Conservation Biology, here in Plymouth.
Friday 21st June saw dozens of Plymouth locals take part in a protest to raise awareness of climate-related issues.
Climate change. It’s a topic we are all concerned about right now, but how can we really make a difference?
By the year 2030, the amount of plastic pollution is predicted to double with most of the consequences expected to hit the oceans.
As an English Literature student at Plymouth University I have the opportunity to read and study a wide variety of books and genres. We’re taught to analyse, look for the deeper meaning, examine the context. This year I’ve taken a module called ‘Apocalypse and the Modern World’ and enjoyed it so much it became a starting point for my dissertation.
Clearing. That dreaded word that every A-Level student shudders at the sound of, especially on Results Day. Clearing is so often associated with failure, rejection, and as a last resort; but how far from the truth that is!
Nudge Community Builders describe themselves as a ‘community benefit society’, set up and run by local people, for local people.
Plympton St Maurice Judo Club is a well established club run by Andy Cooper, a Senior 6th Dan, who has been in Judo for over 50 years.
It’s one of the newest additions to Mutley Plain, but is The Early Bird worth the fuss? Definitely. And guess what? It’s now open seven days a week!
Taking drinking coffee to a competitive level, Twist Board Game Cafe offers a new way to drink your latte whilst having fun.