A Kingston alumnus gained a new perspective on his anti-drink driving illustrations for a government road safety campaign while learning how to drive.
If you feel as though people around the world are unhappy with their government and have taken to the streets to protest it, you would not be wrong. In June, a series of demonstrations that [more…]
Tatiana Dias and Hanette Ibrahim spoke with two KU students who shared their disheartening experiences during their summer in Egypt.
The River rounds up a few stories in the news this week, including what the new budget means for KU students. Student’s bus stop seating solution Third-year product and furniture design student Dan Jackson [more…]
In the face of a rise in minimum alcohol pricing, is the drinking community really going to be affected? Ben Stevens We all know that students have a fairly notorious reputation for drinking a little too [more…]
Students will suffer if a planned price hike in beer and wine comes into effect.
Yet another fruitless student protest shows that there is a better way to express your opinion. Mimmie Wilhelmson So here we go again, another bloody march to protest against the cuts People who get together to [more…]
Chancellor George Osborne has revived plans to get rid of housing benefit for people under 25. Joe Stanley-Smith Chancellor George Osborne has revived plans to get rid of housing benefit for people under 25. Kingston [more…]