Inspirational Woman: Eve Moore
May28

Inspirational Woman: Eve Moore

Lifestyle and Culture editor, Eve Moore, 21, has been named as H Magazines inspirational woman after dedicating her time for the past two years to rehome over 250 dogs all over Europe. With the help of her friends, family and support from the student union, Eve has been able to visit Bosnia, Cyprus, Greece, Romania and Istanbul to rehome stray dogs. “Many people aren’t aware of the stray dog problem across the world and...

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It’s all Fun and Fitness
May28

It’s all Fun and Fitness

Keeping fit is something that everyone dreams of or thrives for but the gym doesn’t have to be a drag. You don’t have to keep fitness mundane. There are many alternatives that allow you to keep fit and have fun at the same time. 1. Zumba With upbeat music and energetic dance moves, zumba enables you to keep fit whilst having fun. You might not know all the moves or stay in rhythm but you get to spend an hour jumping around...

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The Holt: an Industrial arty café
Apr22

The Holt: an Industrial arty café

The Holt is a café/art gallery on Arundel Street. It’s owned by a lovely couple: Jessica Rose Warn and Gareth Jones. Entering The Holt is like entering a new world. A whole part of the café is dedicated to art where people can show their work to the local communities (and beyond) and with a wide choice of homemade food and drinks, you can sit, eat and enjoy. Jessica Rose Warn, 33, manager, said: ”The name of the café sums...

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Varsity Preview – Ultimate Frisbee

Hallam Ultimate Chairman Daniel Copley provides a preview to the Sheffield Varsity Ultimate fixtures. They take place on Wednesday 20th April at Goodwin Sports Centre with the women’s team playing at 10:30am and the men’s team playing at 2:45pm. There are only a few days left until the Northern 2A league champions Hallam Ultimate and Sheffield University’s Phat’eds come face to face in the Sheffield Varsity ultimate...

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SHE Fest: Sheffield Pledges for Parity
Apr09

SHE Fest: Sheffield Pledges for Parity

“We march for liberation and we’re many thousands strong. We’ll build a new society, we’ve waited much too long, that’s why we’re marching on!” The annual SHE Fest brought a weeklong fringe festival to Sheffield, with the aim to raise awareness and celebrate International Women’s Day.  This year’s theme, “Pledge for Parity”, called on everyone to take action to accelerate gender parity – whether this be through helping women and girls...

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