Deputy Editors' Column

Deputy Editors' Column

1992: did anything really happen? Most of us weren’t around a quarter of a century ago (unless you happen to be Peter Sheehan). John Major was elected Prime Minister  and George Bush Snr was filmed throwing up in the...
Reading week is upon us and I for one am ready to return to the hotel of Mum and Dad. I plan to go home for properly cooked food, hot showers and enough attention to last me while back...
They say time flies while you’re having fun, but they left out how quickly term passes when you’re planning the next issue. Our 350th issue of Concrete is just as diverse, collaborative and enthusiastic as any other, but saying that,...
Whatever happened to Freshers’ Week? The endless LCR nights, bouncy castles on campus and welcome socials now seem like a distant memory, and they’ve been replaced with long days in the library, endless deadlines and a flu that just...
The reason I wanted to be a writer was the same reason I wanted to be an astronaut or an air hostess, because of the outfits. Every writer you see on TV has slouchy trousers and funky glasses. It looked...
Welcome back to Concrete! 2016 was a wild ride, and we hope you had a great break spent eating, relaxing, and forgetting about the existence of the Hub… In Concrete’s back-to-school issue we take a look at the various ways...