We’re back with our second post to introduce you to some more of the welfare team!
It’s almost Christmas, and that makes us think of the comfort and warmth of family and being home. But in today’s world, we cannot help but also associate Christmas with the buying and exchanging gifts. Unfortunately, it is the fact that giving necessitates buying, that has seemingly become prominent; in consumer markets, buying has become the equivalent of giving.
On the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War, Peter Jackson produces what could be one of the most technologically advanced tributes.
By Richard Roberts, Law and Politics ’76-’79 At times, I do think my life has resembled…
A review of Family Circles: a hilarious take on all the drama that comes with family life.
By Alice Sleightholme, first year Geography student Whilst products such as frozen yogurt and herbal…
If you fancy exploring Durham’s independent bookshop scene, a good place to start would be a small step off Saddler street to an antiquated venue with an abundance of charm – The People’s Bookshop.