Archive for October, 2012

  • Bullying – Are we too accepting?

    Bullying – Are we too accepting?

    Some time ago, I came across a Facebook page. You might have seen it. It was about a 15 year old Canadian girl called Amanda Todd who committed suicide on […]

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  • Gaz Coombes Live in Leeds

    Gaz Coombes Live in Leeds

    On Saturday night, I along with many other Supergrass fans saw the bands former front-man Gaz Coombes perform solo at the Brudnell Social Club in Leeds. The new material, from […]

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  • Music Spotlight – Rae Morris

    Music Spotlight – Rae Morris

    Slipping on to the scene after she finished her A-levels a few years ago Rae Morris is an elegant and charming singer that’s definitely worth a listen. This artist has […]

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  • The Casual Vacancy –  A Review

    The Casual Vacancy – A Review

    I, like so many others, had a major part of my childhood shaped by the world J.K. Rowling had created. I grew up with seven books and eight films (plus […]

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  • New Topshop

    New Topshop

    The opening of a new Topshop on Leeds Briggate has attracted shopaholics from far and wide to witness the spectacle that is the largest Topshop outside of London. With its […]

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  • An re-introduction to ‘The Bottom Line’

    An re-introduction to ‘The Bottom Line’

    Once again we enter another college year and preparations for exams have already begun. This means that work has been coming at us all thick and fast, so this introduction […]

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  • Boobs Aren’t News

    A couple of weeks ago I stumbled upon a campaign that was petitioning against Page 3 in The Sun newspaper. Headed by Lucy-Anne Holmes, this campaign has taken off and […]

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  • 1Q84: the Japanese trilogy

    1Q84: the Japanese trilogy

    This trilogy of books, translated from the original Japanese, have been taking the literary world by storm for their new description of the basic Orwellian idea of Dystopia. Haruki Murakami, […]

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  • The Fairtrade Launch Picnic

    The Fairtrade Launch Picnic

    On Thursday 27th September, Notre Dame’s Fairtrade group held a picnic in the hall to launch this year’s campaign and celebrate the college’s new Fairtrade status. Buns were baked, lemonade […]

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