The Windows Project: A Resource for Creative Writers

The Windows Project

The Windows Project As part of a Work Placement module, LSMedia writer Mia Harbey has been working closely with a fantastic organisation called The Windows Project. The Windows Project is a charitable trust, established in 1976, with the aim to ‘diffuse the knowledge and appreciation of language as a creative medium, thus improving the facility in More...

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Blue and black or white and gold?
By Joseph Hart On Friday, February 27th, 2015

#TheDress that Drove the Internet Crazy

What with the Oscars and the Brit Awards both this month, you would have thought if there was a dress worth breaking the internet it would be from one of these events. But no! The Twittersphere went into a frenzy More...

A one-egg frying pan is perfect for making perfectly formed small pancakes.
By Hannah Thompson On Monday, February 16th, 2015

Power to the pancake!

It’s that time of year again people- pancake day! Yes, tomorrow is the one day of the year where you can pig out on sweet pancakes, savoury pancakes, even those daft little drop scone things that are super stodgy More...

By Khalida Abdulrahim On Monday, February 9th, 2015

Say ‘i love you’ with Metquarter this Valentine’s Day

Show the special person in your life just how much you care this Valentine’s Day with a little help from the kind folks over at the Metquarter in Liverpool city centre. From exquisite jewellery, bouquets and beauty More...

By Oliver Cox On Monday, April 7th, 2014

Interview with the next Guild President: Harry Anderson

When asked how it feels to have been elected as President of the Guild, Harry replied that the victory hadn’t quite sunk in, though that after the bureaucracy begins he would probably wake up to it. Harry Anderson, More...

Liverpool Waterfront 1
By Akin On Friday, January 31st, 2014

The Importance of the International Festival for Business

Flickr: ihughes22 Liverpool, once one of the world’s most important economic and trading hubs has seen a renaissance in recent years owing to a change in policies and a renewed sense of confidence bolstered More...

By Jessie Coleman On Tuesday, November 5th, 2013
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Not Adverse To Verse

Hip hop culture and the popularity of rap battle leagues such as Don’t Flop, demonstrate as clever, witty and brilliant grasp of language as some of our most treasured English poets, not to mention that the More...

By Tor Marie On Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

The editor’s letter

Good evening everyone, and welcome to the editor’s letter! Freshers’ week has now been and gone and I’m betting most of us have the hangovers to prove it – I know I do. It was great to see More...

By Alice Sholl On Monday, September 16th, 2013

How the University of Liverpool’s been in your life already

Freshers, welcome to Liverpool. And refreshers, a warm welcome back. If you’re a fan of the Beatles or football, especially a Liverpool supporter, the city of Liverpool has no doubt already been a part of your More...

By Tor Marie On Sunday, July 28th, 2013

The editor’s letter

Hello, and welcome to this week’s editor’s letter! This is my first, taking over from Millie; she’s done a brilliant job at the helm of this paper and I hope I can match that over the coming year! Here More...