Following a week’s worth of voting, it has been revealed who Guild President Sean Turner will take along to the May 2018 NUS conference- speaking on behalf of the students of Liverpool. 1,066 people voted for twelve different candidates last week. The Guild website assures that, now the announcement has been made, “the team will […]
Bongo’s Bingo is back again at the Guild.
For many, the 2017 Guild Officer elections were as celebratory as they always were, reinstating the tried and tested and welcoming a new voice into Guild politics. However for a significant number of people, with the election came a crushing disappointment. The team was, for the first time since 1982, compiled only of men- something […]
It was announced this week that bus drivers at both Arriva and Stagecoach would be staging industrial action on several dates this month, with the first strike scheduled for Arriva buses TOMORROW, causing certain disruption across Merseyside, and particularly for off-campus students. Notable bus services not running are the 75, 76, 80, 80A, 86, 86A, […]
Baked beans are on tour and they’re coming to Liverpool.
Train passengers in the Merseyside area can expect disruption on the 3rd and 5th of October as members of the RMT union continue a dispute on the role of train guards.
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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.