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Seven Sins at Gylly Beach

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Immersion events are taking over Gylly Beach Café on June 1st for their event “Seven Sins’. It will be their final party of the...

I forgot my toothbrush while globetrotting

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James Stix This will probably be the case for many more other than me, but having family and friends abroad has becomes one hectic constant...

How to be influential: A Study in Taylor Swift

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Cecelia Armstrong TIME Magazine recently released their greatly anticipated list of ‘100 Most Influential People’ of 2015, eliciting varying reactions from the public and critics....

Campus creatures: Nature column

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Peter Cooper Have you ever stopped to realise just how lively Penryn Campus is? By that I don’t necessarily mean the queue in the shop...

The UK is in desperate need of a new approach to politics

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Daisy Roberts It’s safe to say we need a new approach to politics, from both the electorate and the politicians. Virtually the exact same line...

Amnesty’s stand against torture

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Katherine Mycock Are we really as aware of humanitarian issues and the organisations that challenge them as we like to think? No? Then this is...

Falmouth is actually surprisingly homophobic

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Tom Murray-Richards I love Falmouth. I love going to University in Cornwall. I love my course. I am basically very happy to live and study...

Has Emma Watson’s ‘HeForShe’ campaign really had as much of an influence as we’d...

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Lucy Goldsmith It seems that the relative buzz surrounding UN Goodwill Ambassador for Women/Harry Potter actor/all-round wonderful woman Emma Watson’s apparently ‘game-changing’ speech (thanks, Vanity...