In light of the University’s recent plans to erect new student accommodation in Temple Quarter and St Philips, and the poor quality of some of the existing residences, the University’s housing priorities are being questioned.
In a post Covid-19 world, the future of travel remains uncertain. Whilst the gradual opening up of borders spells good news for hopeful holidaymakers, the myriad of travel restrictions continues to play havoc on the logistics side of travel planning
Over the coming weeks, Epigram Sport will look at how several University sports clubs have adapted to life in lockdown. In the second article of the series, the University Gliding Club explain how they have been preparing for their return.
Uncertainty gripping the future of Motion for the past 15 months due to nearby housing developments has been quenched after a new legal mechanism was agreed to by developers, legally permitting the existing noise levels from the club.
A new season, a ‘new apocalypse’; we’ve been here before, only this time we're in 1963 and the Academy’s siblings have a few days to reassemble their team until a maelstrom of events surrounding John F. Kennedy’s fateful 1963 visit to Dallas resets ‘doomsday’.
With lockdown measures easing, people are experiencing a wide range of emotions. Some are feeling relieved and cannot wait to get back to their old lives, while others have feelings of anxiety around heading back into the outside world
As Universities scramble to fulfil social distancing measures in light of COVID-19, Bristol’s proposal to extend teaching hours until 8pm has proven controversial, as it has been argued that it takes away from the University experience. This is not the case.