The 2018 Academy Awards provided us with memorable moments that will shape the entertainment industry, whether that be through the winners of the awards themselves or the gravitas of their speeches. In an event fueled by diversity, the worthy winners emerged. Jamie Bareham gives us the rundown on what happened at the 90th Annual Oscars […]
The nominations for the 90th Academy Awards ceremony were announced yesterday with five Bournemouth University graduates receiving a nomination, all for the same category, Visual Effects. The BU nominations are spread out between the five films nominated: Star Wars: The Last Jedi; Kong: Skull Island; War for the Planet of the Apes; Blade Runner 2049 […]
By Liam Driscoll and Megan Ford Bournemouth students are feline good this exam period with the help of local cats and dogs. A pair of Bournemouth dogs are on a mission to create smiles across university halls and help promote positive mental health. Today, Pixie and Shonti, two small Bichon Frise cross’, spent time at […]
As the 73rd anniversary of the Holocaust approaches, the people of Dorset prepare to commemorate the historical tragedy. Bournemouth and Poole’s Holocaust Memorial Day Committee are hosting a public event at the Bournemouth International Centre on Sunday 28th January 2018. The commemoration will include a testimony of a young Syrian refugee and the story of Lily […]
The public was asked about the ice skating event that is currently happening this year in Bournemouth’s Lower Gardens and whether they have been or plan to, and whether they enjoyed it or not.
“Do you think students bring more negatives than positives to Winton East?” The public of Winton were asked about their opinions on the ‘positives and negatives’ of University students residing in Winton East. This is what the residents had to say… Negatives. Because I’m fed up of being woken up 3 or 4 […]