Tag archive for ‘Liverpool’
By Sydney Cronin On Wednesday, November 12th, 2014

Liverpool Sound City moves to new site for 2015

Everyone’s favourite weekend in May is taking a hike. Sound City, Liverpool’s leading music festival has announced its plans to move to a new waterfront location for 2015, reconstructing itself More...

Detector build in progress. Team members from left to right, Joseph McKenna (UoL), Andrea Capra (Visiting from YorkU, Canada) and Petteri Pusa (UoL). With the ALPHA Silicon Vertex Detector (Annihilation Detector).
By Pratiksha Paudyal On Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014

An experimental limit on the charge of antihydrogen

Last April Nature Communications published a paper [1] outlining a new technique in measuring the effect of gravity on neutral antimatter specifically regarding the trapping of antihydrogen. This recent experimental More...

By Paula Murphy On Thursday, April 17th, 2014

Monday night is student night at Kasbah

Walking into Kasbah on Bold Street was akin to walking into a restaurant in an exotic country, a feeling which was reinforced by the fez-wearing, smiling waiter who greeted us. As we sat at our café-style wrought More...

By On Saturday, April 5th, 2014

Can you really do Friday night in flats?

In my house, there is a strong divide between the girls: the two that are fans of the flat for both day and night, and myself, for whom the thought of a night out without a heel is a relatively terrifying prospect. More...

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By Mia Harbey On Friday, April 4th, 2014

Review of ‘Almost Famous’

If you’re looking for that great taste of America without gathering the air miles, then search no further because Almost Famous is the answer to all of your food-related prayers. The tasty grub, unique selection More...

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By Paula Murphy On Friday, February 28th, 2014

‘Beatroot’, a fresh new event at The Brink, Liverpool

At The Brink on Parr Street, Sunday nights are usually movie nights and their free Film Club draws in the crowds with big screen entertainment, ranging from foreign language thrillers to cult Hollywood classics. More...

By Paula Murphy On Thursday, February 27th, 2014

Food for thought at The Brink, Liverpool

Coconut oil is the elixir of life, or so the Paleo devotees will have you believe. Not only is it a healthy and tasty alternative to animal and vegetable oils, it is also a practical alternative to underarm deodorant. More...

2012 Jimeoin by James Penlidis MAIN portrait
By Jessie Coleman On Friday, February 21st, 2014

Jimeoin: What?! At the Epstein Theatre

Howling to the point where both sets of cheeks are clenched from laughing and fear of pissing yourself is the sign of a good night. Jimeoin doesn’t point at the stupidity of the world, he points at us, and we More...

By Hannah Clare On Friday, February 21st, 2014
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Liverpool Young Greens launch 10:1 Campaign

Liverpool Young Greens to launch campaign for fair pay Students urged to sign “five pledges” petition On Wednesday February 26, Liverpool Young Greens will launch their campaign for a “fair pay More...

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By Alice Sholl On Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Liverpool to launch mental health campaign ‘Time to Talk’

A new city-wide mental health campaign will begin across Liverpool this Thursday 6 February. The campaign, ‘Time to Talk Liverpool’, aims to raise awareness of mental health issues and improve people’s well-being More...