By Aimee Wells House of Cards This political drama follows Francis Underwood and the lengths he will go to to get his hands on the American presidency. With murder, sex, and political scandal, this alternative congress is still less scary than the Trump administration. There are four seasons available to watch and season 5 will […]
By Ciara Maria Hayes The Stables was home to an overwhelming atmosphere on Tuesday night as three bands took to the stage in the battle of the bands final. Each played confidently and completely captivated the audience – however, there could only be one winner. The first band to take the stage were the Apaches […]
By Maxine Bramley No way to Netflix and Chill your way through this test. This time we’re testing you to see if we can find your next binge-worthy show. If you liked this quiz, why not check out some more here?
By Aimee Wells It’s important to enjoy the little things in life. And share those moments with the fam in gif form. When A Lecture Is Cancelled When The Crew Wake Up Hangover Free When You Hit Submit On Sulis When Your Bank Balance is Better Than Expected When the Wedges are Good AF When […]
By Ciara Maria Hayes Do you know your Zelda from your Link? Crash from your Dr. Cortex? Rayman from your Globox? Take our test to see how much you really know. If you liked this quiz, why not check out some more here?
By Maxine Bramley If you are anything like me, you like to feed your habit of major procrastination and avoiding life responsibilities. Trust me binge watching on YouTube is an efficient and entertaining way to do just that. Here are seven channels worth the binge. 1) Liza Koshy This 20-year-old YouTube sensation started off on […]
By Ciara Ferguson Social media is both a blessing and a curse. It captures your memories and helps you keep in touch with friends, but you also run the risk of being cat-fished, dealing with online daters and cyber-bullying. As social media popularity grows, so do the problems. These issues need to be addressed and […]
By Nicole Glennon TED Talks. Was there ever a form of procrastination so beneficial? Many an hour (or two…) has slipped by me in the last few years as I slouched on the couch curiously clicking on what YouTube recommended, only to realise hours later I have work due for the next day. However, it […]
By Maxine Bramley Week Eight’s SoUL Fest get to enjoy its very own Snapchat filter – thanks to UL student Liam Lennon. Music, Media and Performance Technology student, Liam is currently doing his Co-Op in the Student Union’s Marketing and Communications Office where he created the filter. The filter is available to use around campus […]