The Importance of the International Festival for Business

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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 in no small part by the city winning the European Capital of Culture in 2008. The city faced a sustained period of socioeconomic decline More...

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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...

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By Tor Marie On Sunday, July 28th, 2013
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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...

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By Millie Kidson On Sunday, June 30th, 2013
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The editor’s letter

Good evening everyone! This is my last editor’s letter as I will soon be handing over to your new Editor-in-Chief Tor and Deputy Editor Lauren. I want to wish them and the new team of section editors the More...

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By Alice Sholl On Sunday, June 16th, 2013
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Book shops: remind yourself how to browse

Yesterday I took a step I have rarely recently made – into a Waterstone’s. There is usually little incentive to enter such a place, especially for a student, or into any bookshop for that matter. With the disappearance More...

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By Millie Kidson On Sunday, June 2nd, 2013
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The editor’s letter

Good evening everyone! Summer is finally here! Well done to all of you, I hope you’ve had a relaxing and celebratory weekend. LSMedia will still be here over the summer, although there may be less frequent More...

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By Millie Kidson On Sunday, May 26th, 2013
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The editor’s letter

Good evening everyone! Hopefully you’ve all had a good week despite the exams, and there is only a week left – good luck to you all! There’s the LGoS end of exams party to look forward to at the More...

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By Millie Kidson On Friday, May 24th, 2013
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Was UniLad just the beginning?

(Trigger warning: please be aware that this article contains discussion of sexual violence, objectification and harassment, as do some of the links) When the UniLad story broke back in February 2012, it seemed More...

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By Millie Kidson On Sunday, May 19th, 2013
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The editor’s letter

Good evening everyone! As we are once again at the end of a term, I’d like to wish you all luck in your upcoming exams and assignments from all of us here at LSMedia! For those of you who have already finished, More...

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By James Margeson On Tuesday, May 14th, 2013
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Chasing shadows: opposing the Tory agenda on unemployment, benefits and the economy

Attacks on the welfare state are nothing new, but to resist them we must go beyond “anti-cuts” alliances The conservative press has always resented the word “unemployment.” As a rule, they use it More...