Calling all theatre fanatics and those looking for something artistic to do. This month sees a brand new production come to our local theatre, exciting pop-up markets, movie night sing-a-longs and much more. So whether [more…]
Students and staff of Kingston University will be decked out in red, on October 20, as part of an anti-racism initiative. Chris Duffy from Show Racism the Red Card explained Wear Red Day started in [more…]
The University and College Union (UCU) kicked off the new academic year with a five day strike. The strike from September 25 to 29 included Kingston University and 135 other institutes, protesting about pay and [more…]
Spooky season is here and so is the perfect excuse to have a break and celebrate. From thrilling cocktail brunches in central to autumnal pumpkin patches we have gathered a list of affordable events worth [more…]
Calling all student foodies, Kingston has a diverse and booming restaurant scene from wining and dining Japanese style to classic British pub grub. Here is our round up of restaurants best for student dining with [more…]
Students are being urged to practice safe sex after a 50% increase in gonorrhoea cases in the past year, according to the UK Health Security Agency. Diagnoses peaked at 82,592 in 2022, the largest number [more…]
Amazon Prime Video has announced plans to show UEFA Champions League coverage from next season (2023/24) and fans have started to question the landscape of football streaming in the UK. Football fans face many issues [more…]
With university lecturers striking again, for 18 days in all this time, the issue surrounding university and the financial burden it places on students comes up for discussion once more. For the last 12 years [more…]
Third-year students at Kingston University have marked the start of the academic year by sharing their top tips on what they wish they had known as a fresher.
In a recent BUCS webinar the conversation centred around mental health and student-athletes own experience of mental health at university.