Liverpool Guild of Students is hosting a conference this weekend, along with academics, to as the question: ‘What is the Future of Education? Young People, Activism and Alternatives’. The 2 day conference runs on the 9th and 10th of February and speakers from around the world will be present, looking specifically at: • […]
After yet another stern warning to rapidly reduce climate change from Sir David Attenborough, Molly will discuss the ways that governments fail the efforts to reduce climate change effects. We will look into whether international bodies should do more to focus less on trade and more on conserving the planet, in order to prevent leaders […]
As we enter yet another hectic week, LSRadio’s head of news Chris Stringer has picked his 5 news stories to watch this week in national, sporting and local news…… 1. Brexit: As always, Brexit is dominating the headlines. Parliament is entering another crunch period with the ‘meaningful vote’ on Theresa May’s deal to be held next […]
Technological Advancements: Alternative Present or Genuine Actuality? This week (Wednesday 28th November), the International Politics Hour is bringing you an hour-long special between 12-1pm that highlights one of the most exciting yet simultaneously terrifying advancements of our lifetime – the rapid incline of technological furtherance in China. Bradley will be exploring the dubious claims that […]
The Rohingya refugee crisis heightened in August 2017, when the Myanmar Government had increased their military persecution of the muslim minority in the province of Rakhine. In the following few months, over 7,000,000 Rohingya risked death to flee by sea or on foot to the neighbouring country, Bangladesh, which already hosted over 3,000,000 in camps […]
Despite being the son of Scottish and German immigrants, having a Slovenian wife, and an ex-wife and children from Czech Republic, President Donald Trump is continuing to stand his ground on immigration. After making aggressive immigration policy a focal point for his presidential campaign in 2016, and making it a priority in the run up to […]
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Prior to the University of Liverpool Men’s Rugby League Varsity game against Liverpool John Moores, I had the chance to ask their captain, Angus Parkin, a few questions about how the team is feeling on the final days leading up to the match.
Feature Image: Celebrations at the end of the men’s event
On a damp Varsity day at Fortress Wyncote, it was all University of Liverpool when it came to Rugby Union.
In the opening Varsity event at the University of Liverpool Sports and Fitness Centre, the women’s basketball teams from UoL and Liverpool John Moores University took to the court.
After yet another painstakingly tedious international break, which brought fresh injuries to both Merseyside teams, the premier league can return to lighten up our weekends.
The University of Liverpool women’s lacrosse team played outstandingly at the Varsity match against JMU today.