With the news that International fees are set to rise two per cent, it’s time to consider where International students fit in to this university.
Archive for May, 2008
Status hearings are the first step in a defendant’s journey through court. The judge briefly discusses their case with the counsel for both the Crown and the accused. If they plead guilty, the matter can often be resolved right there; if either counsel requires more time to look over evidence, or if the defendant doesn’t […]
Improv Angels At Bats April 24-26 “They’ll never know we’re not children!” – An Improv Angel breaking into a treehouse (by way of a sand pit) to save the world from snow and generosity. There were several points while watching The Improv Angels when I laughed so hard I couldn’t see. And I wasn’t alone. […]
Okay. What the fuck is with metal? There’s the obvious ‘this apparently comes from a rock, but it doesn’t look like a rock to me’. So there’s that. And that’s pretty fuckin’ weird.
It’s nights like April 29 which really remind you why it’s sweet as being a theatre critic. Cigarettes, gossip, theatre, drinks; then more drinks, more theatre and finally, jazz.
Out on the wiley, windy moors We’d roll and fall in green. You had a temper like my jealousy: Too hot, too greedy. How could you leave me, When I needed to possess you? I hated you. I loved you, too.
There’s something about male scantily clad and aesthetically proportioned anime characters. The way their hair seems to swish around the screen as they murder monsters and shoot guns in revealing attire seems to make anime fan girls and paedophiles around the world naughtily wet.
There is a clear and present danger that, in very near future, beer prices are going to rise higher than the waistline of Stephen Fleming’s pants on that terrible advert for heat pumps.
Dead Man’s Shoes (2004) is a seminal piece of British cinema. Co-written by its star Paddy Considine and directed by Shane Meadows – creator of the cult classic A Room for Romeo Brass, and the critically acclaimed This is England – it beautifully details notions of revenge, platonic love and the stagnant oppressiveness of rural […]