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She was stabbed her own flat, before staggering to a nearby shop for help and dying. Aged 20 years old, she was a student at...

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Four people were arrested in London on Wednesday as the capital saw fresh student protests over higher education fees. In what supporters are calling the...

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Acclaimed British director Ken Loach is to visit Keele to open a new viewing room in the Media Building on campus this week. The opening...

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One of the key changes is the introduction of ‘native video’ which the company are hoping to roll out in the first half of...

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A fraternity at Edinburgh University is being investigated after it was revealed they had discussed a campaign of sexual harassment towards the University’s feminist...

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Back in June, Keele University welcomed Refugee Week for the very first time. One of the events to take place was an Open Mic...

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An increasing number of UK students are choosing to study abroad in the United States, according to a new report, with the figure rising...

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“This all started with one idea: that the environment in which you make a record, ultimately influences the end result,” explains frontman Dave Grohl...

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Bower & Bailey, the multi-branch firm of solicitors, is a major sponsor of the Swindon Youth Festival of Literature, which sees them providing a...
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Being nominated for the BBC Sounds of 2014 and releasing his debut album with Parlophone Records, it seems like Luke Sital-Singh is on track to finally get the exposure he deserves. The singer-songwriter, from New Malden, released three EPs from 2012 – 2013 which channeled and displayed influences ranging from Bob Dylan to Bon Iver. Combining aching lyrics with strangely addictive melodies, we can expect exciting things from Luke Sital-Singh. Sahil Gufar managed to catch up with him on the final date of his month-long tour.