18 August 2022
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Film Review: Avengers: Age of Ultron

Millie Richie Marvel’s latest instalment of their action-packed superhero saga hit our screens, delighting audiences with another piece of what has become an intricate and...

Film Review: Fast and Furious 7

Laith Alobaidi With the seventh instalment of the Fast and Furious franchise, director James Wan has created a montage of mechanical masculinity bursting at the...

A Very British Person (AKA Joe Parkinson) Reviews: Poldark

Joe Parkinson r eetings everyone! My name is Joe Parkinson, a very British person with opinions on things, that I hope might be of some minor...

From London to landscapes: Meeting artist Nany Crewe

Lucy Goldsmith To see more of Nancy's work, visit her website at nancycrewe.com PHOTOGRAPHY: Harriet Ellis Firstly, what was your time like as a Falmouth student? I loved...

Study Abroad: Experiences from Augsburg

Alix Davies It is hard to know where to start when trying to describe the experience of studying abroad. From the start there were so...

From Finland to Falmouth: the realities of the big move

Laura Sherlock Moving away from home to university is a daunting decision for most, and although Falmouth is a beautiful part of the UK, it...

Local Charity Events to check out

Alex Taylor St Michael’s Mount Swim When: 18th July High tide at 6pm What: One and a half mile swim For: Chestnut Appeal for Prostate Cancer Where: Around St...

Penny Press heads to the Penzance Literary Festival

Penryn Press, the local student lead publishing company is due to head to The Penzance Literary Festival that is being held this July. The...