Last week's episode was relatively pleasing, it was consistently engaging and in all honestly, this episode was much the same. The episode titled 'Dead or Alive Or' was an enjoyable enough episode despite little of huge significance happening. However long term, the recent character death and twist is likely to develop into an interesting thread.
Last weeks episode of the popular AMC show honestly didn't impress me too much, however the episode titled The Lost and the Plunderers to me was a much better episode than its predecessor.
I have never personally been sure about tribute acts as I feel they will be underwhelming, however both the AC/DC and Thin Lizzy acts (Live Wire and Limehouse Lizzy) were impressive!
Episode 8 of season 8 of the AMC show met with backlash over the shock 'kill' of one of the central characters. Episode 9 had to do this infamous choice justice and execute the mid-season premiere well to engage the fading fans.
Following the propositions by Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) for pension schemes in which lecturers may lose up to 40% of pensions which translates to up to £10,000 in pensions. University and College Union (UCU) strikes have consequently begun where industrial action is due to carry on until March 16th. Here, one striking lecturer at the... Continue Reading →
On February 15th 2018, British rock band Muse released a new single titled 'Thought Contagion'. Prior to this, Muse had released the divisive song 'Dig Down', so where did Thought Contagion lie in relation to this?
Student interview for how successful fruit and vegetable markets on campus encourage students to eat healthily.
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