7 May 2021

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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...

Seven Sins at Gylly Beach

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

Diminished module options cause student outcry in Exeter’s Humanities Colleges

Tom Murray-Richards When next year’s modules for current History and English second years were released in February, problems immediately arose. History students were quick to...

Our new Chancellor: an interview with Dawn French

Hermione Blomfield-Smith In March 2015, many students were excited to hear of the announcement that Dawn French was to become the new chancellor of Falmouth...

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Voices In Politics: Penryn Cornwall Council candidates

On May 6th, voters will head to the polls in large numbers for the first time since the pandemic began. Over 4000...
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Voices in Politics: Falmouth Boslowick Cornwall Council candidates

On May 6th, voters will head to the polls in large numbers for the first time since the pandemic began. Over 4000...

Blue House Sessions on making music in lockdown

Karlis and Oli, two music students at Falmouth University, are Blue House...

Why are people protesting against the G7 summit in Cornwall?

With several demonstrations having already been organised, protests are expected to take place during the G7 summit...